Emma Goldman (1869-1940) was a nurse, anarchist, lecturer and revolutionary, who was twice arrested for violating the Comstock Law, which prohibited the distribution of birth-control literature. The preceding “answers” first appeared, respectively, in “Woman’s Suffrage” (1914), “The Traffic in Women” (1910) and “Marriage and Love” (1916).
“Marriage and Love Have Nothing In Common”: Emma Goldman on Romance and Sexual Freedom
The anarchist, labor organizer and rabble rouser Emma Goldman published this essay, "Marriage and Love," in 1914. MORE
Features · February 14, 2018
Ask Emma Goldman
Dear Emma, With his recent signing of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, President George W. Bush has MORE
Culture · April 13, 2004