First, a debate over California’s Proposition 60, which would require condoms to be used in pornographic films.
with Dr. Gary Richwald, Former Director and Chief Physician, LA County STD Program; and contributing author of the proposition, and the official support argument
and Siouxsie Q James, an adult performer, journalist, sex-worker rights activist and core member of No On 60. She is the founder of The Whorecast, a podcast that works to humanize sex-work.
Then, a conversation about the history of the US Electoral College with Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University, renowned legal thinker, and the author of many books. His latest is The Constitution Today: Timeless Lessons for the Issues of Our Era.
About the book:
In The Constitution Today, Akhil Reed Amar, America’s preeminent constitutional scholar, considers the biggest and most bitterly contested debates of the last two decades—from gun control to gay marriage, affirmative action to criminal procedure, presidential dynasties to Congressional dysfunction, Bill Clinton’s impeachment to Obamacare. He shows how the Constitution’s text, history, and structure are a crucial repository of collective wisdom, providing specific rules and grand themes relevant to every organ of the American body politic.