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MacKinnon was a lawyer, congressman to , and judge on the U. Court of Appeals for the D. Circuit to She has two younger brothers. While at Yale, she received a National Science Foundation fellowship.

MacKinnon is a highly cited legal scholar. On February 10, , she attended the premiere of Inside Deep Throat for which she was featured as an interviewee and took part in a panel discussion after the film. She has also written extensively on social and political theory and methodology. Emerson arguing that it was a form of sex-based discrimination. While working on the paper and book, she shared draft copies with legal authorities who embraced her approach. She also conceived the legal claim for sexual harassment as sex discrimination in education under Title IX, which was established through litigation brought by Yale undergraduates in Alexander v.

While the plaintiff who went to trial on the facts, Pamela Price, lost, the case established the law: Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recognized that, under the civil rights statute Title IX of the Education Amendments of , schools must have procedures to address sexual harassment as a form of sex discrimination.

She distinguishes between two types of sexual harassment see pp. In , the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission followed MacKinnon's framework in adopting guidelines prohibiting sexual harassment by prohibiting both quid pro quo harassment and hostile work environment harassment see 29 C.

Courts also used the concepts. Vinson that sexual harassment may violate laws against sex discrimination. MacKinnon was co-counsel for Mechelle Vinson, the plaintiff, and wrote the brief in the Supreme Court. In Meritor, the Court recognized the distinction between quid pro quo sexual harassment and hostile workplace harassment.

In a article, MacKinnon wrote, quoting the Court: Circuit, and women, had won. A new common law rule was established. A Case of Sex Discrimination, is the eighth most-cited American legal book published since , according to a study published by Fred R.

Shapiro in January Anti-pornography movement MacKinnon, along with late feminist activist Andrea Dworkin , has been active in attempting to change legal approaches to pornography by framing it as a form of sex discrimination and, more recently, a form of human trafficking.

In Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, MacKinnon writes, "Pornography, in the feminist view, is a form of forced sex, a practice of sexual politics, and institution of gender inequality. Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance In , Linda Boreman who had appeared, under the name Linda Lovelace in the pornographic film Deep Throat claimed her ex-husband Chuck Traynor had violently coerced her into making Deep Throat and other pornographic films.

Boreman made her charges public for the press corps at a press conference, together with MacKinnon, members of Women Against Pornography , and feminist writer Andrea Dworkin offering statements in support. After the press conference, Dworkin, MacKinnon, Boreman, and Gloria Steinem began discussing the possibility of using federal civil rights law to seek damages from Traynor and the makers of Deep Throat.

This was not possible for Boreman because the statute of limitations for a possible suit had passed. MacKinnon opposed traditional arguments and laws against pornography based on the idea of morality or filth or sexual innocence, including the use of traditional criminal obscenity law to suppress pornography.

Instead of condemning pornography for violating "community standards" of sexual decency or modesty, they characterized pornography as a form of sex discrimination and sought to give women the right to seek damages under civil rights law when they could prove they had been harmed.

Their anti-pornography ordinances make actionable only sexually explicit material that can be proven to subordinate on the basis of sex. In , the Minneapolis city government hired MacKinnon and Dworkin to draft an anti-pornography civil rights ordinance as an amendment to the Minneapolis city human rights ordinance.

The amendment defined pornography as a civil rights violation against women and allowed women who claimed harm from trafficking in pornography to sue the producers and distributors for damages in civil court. It also allowed those who had been coerced into pornography, had had pornography forced upon them, or were assaulted in a way caused by specific pornography to sue for harm they could prove.

The law was passed twice by the Minneapolis city council but was vetoed by the mayor. Another version of the ordinance passed in Indianapolis, Indiana in , but was ruled unconstitutional by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals , a decision summarily affirmed without opinion by the U. MacKinnon wrote in the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review in And as you think about the assumption of consent that follows women into pornography, look closely some time for the skinned knees, the bruises, the welts from the whippings, the scratches, the gashes.

Many of them are not simulated. One relatively soft core pornography model said, "I knew the pose was right when it hurt. For this reason, pornography becomes a motive for murder, as in " snuff " films in which someone is tortured to death to make a sex film. Civil libertarians frequently find MacKinnon's theories objectionable see " Criticisms " section , arguing there is no evidence that sexually explicit media encourages or promotes violence against, or other measurable harm of women.

The Butler decision was controversial to some; it is sometimes implied that shipments of Dworkin's book Pornography: Successful Butler prosecutions have been undertaken against the lesbian sadomasochistic magazine Bad Attitude, as well as the owners of a gay and lesbian bookstore for selling it. Canadian authorities raided an art gallery and confiscated controversial paintings depicting child abuse.

Many free speech and gay rights activists have alleged that the law is selectively enforced, targeting the LGBT community. MacKinnon represented Bosnian and Croatian women against Serbs accused of genocide since , creating the legal claim for rape as an act of genocide in that conflict.

She was co-counsel, representing named plaintiff S. Kadic, in Kadic v. The lawsuit under the United States' Alien Tort Statute established forced prostitution and forced impregnation when based on ethnicity or religion in a genocidal context as legally actionable acts of genocide.

What became termed the Swedish Model, also known as the Nordic Model or the Equality Model, penalizes buyers of persons for sexual use as well as sellers, namely pimps or sex traffickers, while decriminalizing all those who are bought and sold in prostitution. The fundamental concept is that the requirement to exchange sexual use for survival is a product of sex inequality and a form of violence against women. This model, shown to have reduced prostitution and sex trafficking dramatically, has been accepted in Norway, Iceland, Canada, Ireland, Northern Ireland, and France.

Political theory[ edit ] MacKinnon argues that the inequality between women and men in most societies form a hierarchy that institutionalizes male dominance, subordinating women, in an arrangement rationalized and often perceived as natural. MacKinnon writes about the interrelations between theory and practice, recognizing that women's experiences have, for the most part, been ignored in both arenas.

Furthermore, she uses Marxism to critique certain points in feminist theory and uses feminism to criticize Marxist theory. MacKinnon notes Marx's criticism of theory that treated class division as a spontaneous event that occurred naturally.

She understands epistemology as theories of knowing and politics as theories of power. She explains, "Having power means, among other things, that when someone says, 'this is how it is', it is taken as being that way.

Powerlessness means that when you say 'this is how it is,' it is not taken as being that way. This makes articulating silence, perceiving the presence of absence, believing those who have been socially stripped of credibility, critically contextualizing what passes for simple fact, necessary to the epistemology of a politics of the powerless.

Shapiro calculated that "Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: Toward Feminist Jurisprudence", 8 Signs , was the 96th most cited article in law reviews even though it was published in a non-legal journal.

Sex positive feminists and anti-pornography feminists have debated over the implicit and explicit meanings of these labels.

Sex-positive feminists note that anti-pornography ordinances contrived by MacKinnon and Dworkin called for the removal, censorship, or control over sexually explicit material.

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MacKinnon was a lawyer, congressman to , and judge on the U. Court of Appeals for the D. Circuit to She has two younger brothers. While at Yale, she received a National Science Foundation fellowship. MacKinnon is a highly cited legal scholar. On February 10, , she attended the premiere of Inside Deep Throat for which she was featured as an interviewee and took part in a panel discussion after the film.

She has also written extensively on social and political theory and methodology. Emerson arguing that it was a form of sex-based discrimination. While working on the paper and book, she shared draft copies with legal authorities who embraced her approach. She also conceived the legal claim for sexual harassment as sex discrimination in education under Title IX, which was established through litigation brought by Yale undergraduates in Alexander v.

While the plaintiff who went to trial on the facts, Pamela Price, lost, the case established the law: Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recognized that, under the civil rights statute Title IX of the Education Amendments of , schools must have procedures to address sexual harassment as a form of sex discrimination.

She distinguishes between two types of sexual harassment see pp. In , the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission followed MacKinnon's framework in adopting guidelines prohibiting sexual harassment by prohibiting both quid pro quo harassment and hostile work environment harassment see 29 C. Courts also used the concepts. Vinson that sexual harassment may violate laws against sex discrimination.

MacKinnon was co-counsel for Mechelle Vinson, the plaintiff, and wrote the brief in the Supreme Court. In Meritor, the Court recognized the distinction between quid pro quo sexual harassment and hostile workplace harassment. In a article, MacKinnon wrote, quoting the Court: Circuit, and women, had won.

A new common law rule was established. A Case of Sex Discrimination, is the eighth most-cited American legal book published since , according to a study published by Fred R.

Shapiro in January Anti-pornography movement MacKinnon, along with late feminist activist Andrea Dworkin , has been active in attempting to change legal approaches to pornography by framing it as a form of sex discrimination and, more recently, a form of human trafficking.

In Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, MacKinnon writes, "Pornography, in the feminist view, is a form of forced sex, a practice of sexual politics, and institution of gender inequality. Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance In , Linda Boreman who had appeared, under the name Linda Lovelace in the pornographic film Deep Throat claimed her ex-husband Chuck Traynor had violently coerced her into making Deep Throat and other pornographic films.

Boreman made her charges public for the press corps at a press conference, together with MacKinnon, members of Women Against Pornography , and feminist writer Andrea Dworkin offering statements in support. After the press conference, Dworkin, MacKinnon, Boreman, and Gloria Steinem began discussing the possibility of using federal civil rights law to seek damages from Traynor and the makers of Deep Throat. This was not possible for Boreman because the statute of limitations for a possible suit had passed.

MacKinnon opposed traditional arguments and laws against pornography based on the idea of morality or filth or sexual innocence, including the use of traditional criminal obscenity law to suppress pornography. Instead of condemning pornography for violating "community standards" of sexual decency or modesty, they characterized pornography as a form of sex discrimination and sought to give women the right to seek damages under civil rights law when they could prove they had been harmed.

Their anti-pornography ordinances make actionable only sexually explicit material that can be proven to subordinate on the basis of sex. In , the Minneapolis city government hired MacKinnon and Dworkin to draft an anti-pornography civil rights ordinance as an amendment to the Minneapolis city human rights ordinance. The amendment defined pornography as a civil rights violation against women and allowed women who claimed harm from trafficking in pornography to sue the producers and distributors for damages in civil court.

It also allowed those who had been coerced into pornography, had had pornography forced upon them, or were assaulted in a way caused by specific pornography to sue for harm they could prove. The law was passed twice by the Minneapolis city council but was vetoed by the mayor.

Another version of the ordinance passed in Indianapolis, Indiana in , but was ruled unconstitutional by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals , a decision summarily affirmed without opinion by the U. MacKinnon wrote in the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review in And as you think about the assumption of consent that follows women into pornography, look closely some time for the skinned knees, the bruises, the welts from the whippings, the scratches, the gashes.

Many of them are not simulated. One relatively soft core pornography model said, "I knew the pose was right when it hurt. For this reason, pornography becomes a motive for murder, as in " snuff " films in which someone is tortured to death to make a sex film.

Civil libertarians frequently find MacKinnon's theories objectionable see " Criticisms " section , arguing there is no evidence that sexually explicit media encourages or promotes violence against, or other measurable harm of women.

The Butler decision was controversial to some; it is sometimes implied that shipments of Dworkin's book Pornography: Successful Butler prosecutions have been undertaken against the lesbian sadomasochistic magazine Bad Attitude, as well as the owners of a gay and lesbian bookstore for selling it.

Canadian authorities raided an art gallery and confiscated controversial paintings depicting child abuse. Many free speech and gay rights activists have alleged that the law is selectively enforced, targeting the LGBT community. MacKinnon represented Bosnian and Croatian women against Serbs accused of genocide since , creating the legal claim for rape as an act of genocide in that conflict.

She was co-counsel, representing named plaintiff S. Kadic, in Kadic v. The lawsuit under the United States' Alien Tort Statute established forced prostitution and forced impregnation when based on ethnicity or religion in a genocidal context as legally actionable acts of genocide. What became termed the Swedish Model, also known as the Nordic Model or the Equality Model, penalizes buyers of persons for sexual use as well as sellers, namely pimps or sex traffickers, while decriminalizing all those who are bought and sold in prostitution.

The fundamental concept is that the requirement to exchange sexual use for survival is a product of sex inequality and a form of violence against women. This model, shown to have reduced prostitution and sex trafficking dramatically, has been accepted in Norway, Iceland, Canada, Ireland, Northern Ireland, and France.

Political theory[ edit ] MacKinnon argues that the inequality between women and men in most societies form a hierarchy that institutionalizes male dominance, subordinating women, in an arrangement rationalized and often perceived as natural.

MacKinnon writes about the interrelations between theory and practice, recognizing that women's experiences have, for the most part, been ignored in both arenas. Furthermore, she uses Marxism to critique certain points in feminist theory and uses feminism to criticize Marxist theory. MacKinnon notes Marx's criticism of theory that treated class division as a spontaneous event that occurred naturally.

She understands epistemology as theories of knowing and politics as theories of power. She explains, "Having power means, among other things, that when someone says, 'this is how it is', it is taken as being that way. Powerlessness means that when you say 'this is how it is,' it is not taken as being that way.

This makes articulating silence, perceiving the presence of absence, believing those who have been socially stripped of credibility, critically contextualizing what passes for simple fact, necessary to the epistemology of a politics of the powerless.

Shapiro calculated that "Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: Toward Feminist Jurisprudence", 8 Signs , was the 96th most cited article in law reviews even though it was published in a non-legal journal. Sex positive feminists and anti-pornography feminists have debated over the implicit and explicit meanings of these labels. Sex-positive feminists note that anti-pornography ordinances contrived by MacKinnon and Dworkin called for the removal, censorship, or control over sexually explicit material.

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  1. She distinguishes between two types of sexual harassment see pp. Powerlessness means that when you say 'this is how it is,' it is not taken as being that way.

  2. Successful Butler prosecutions have been undertaken against the lesbian sadomasochistic magazine Bad Attitude, as well as the owners of a gay and lesbian bookstore for selling it.

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