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Check out Chastity's new video for ‘The Girls I Know Don't Think So’, inspired by Marxist revolutionary Alexandra Kollontai

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Published: 11:51 am, August 01, 2019
Check out Chastity's new video for ‘The Girls I Know Don't Think So’, inspired by Marxist revolutionary Alexandra Kollontai

Chastity has shared a new video for ‘The Girls I Know Don't Think So’.

It’s a track from Ontario musician Brandon Williams’ upcoming album ‘Home Made Satan’, due 13th September via Captured Tracks.

"Alexandra Kollontai (on the single cover) was a Marxist revolutionary,” he explains of the song. “She was way ahead of her time. She fought for women's equality in the workforce, universal maternity care and women's advancement in education. She won.

“In 1920, Soviet Russia was the first country in the world to make abortion legal under women's request. Homosexuality was decriminalized, sex work too. This was 100 years ago, it's fucked how long it's taken the rest of the world.

“Alexandra Kollontai helped to change the lives of millions of people. There may be voices similar to hers out there today. Are we listening?"

Watch ‘The Girls I Know Don't Think So’ below.

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