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Kajsa Ekis Ekman is a Swedish journalist, writer, and activist. She was born in 1980 in Stockholm, Sweden. She is best known for her books on feminism, animal rights, and the environment. Kajsa Ekis Ekman has written several books, including Being and Being Bought: Prostitution, Surrogacy and the Split Self, which was published in 2012. She has also written for various publications, including The Guardian, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. Kajsa Ekis Ekman is an active member of the Swedish Green Party and has been involved in various campaigns, including the campaign against the Swedish fur industry. She is also a member of the Swedish Animal Rights Alliance. Kajsa Ekis Ekman is 40 years old. She has not revealed her height or weight. She is single and has no children. Kajsa Ekis Ekman's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. She has earned her wealth through her writing and activism.
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In February 2018 Ekman was scheduled to speak at a conference about pornography and prostitution in Gothenburg. Her talk was cancelled and she was asked to stay away after she had expressed doubts about thinking of gender solely as a social construct and suggested that there is undeniably a biological aspect to it in an article for Aftonbladet shortly before the conference began. In a statement on their website the organizers of the conference, Roks, declared this inconsistent with their values and therefore cancelled the talk.
Her book Stolen Spring describes the eurocrisis as seen from Athens, and the way in which it affected the Greek economy. Ekman criticizes the view that the eurocrisis was caused by the Greek workers, and instead traces it back to changes in capitalism. She was given the prize "Swedish-Greek of the Year" 2016 for her solidarity with Greece.
She was one of the participants on the Freedom Flotilla 2015 to Gaza.
Ekman was one of the key note speakers at the 2014 Festival of Dangerous Ideas.
Kajsa "Ekis" Ekman (born 1980) is a Swedish journalist, writer, and activist. She is the author of several works about the financial crisis, women's rights, and critiques of capitalism. She writes for the culture section of the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter, and is an op-ed columnist at the left-wing daily ETC. She also writes for the Guardian, TruthDig, and Feminist Current.