What does /Marx/ think of Selma James? To sum her up her six demands were:
1. We demand the right to work less (for starts a 24 hour week)
2. We demand a guaranteed income for women and men, working or not working, married or not; we demand wages for housework
3. We demand control of our bodies. We demand the right to have or not to have children
4. We demand equal pay for all
5. We demand an end to price rises
6. We demand free community controlled nurseries and child care
Transitioning house-work to wage-labor seems like a strange demand but even if it is intuitively strange I think there's something strategically brilliant about it and certainly Marxist in that it is about the proletarianization of women and their labor, whereas the nuclear family and the woman's position in it traditionally occupies a crypto-feudal space (not entirely unlike slavery in that sense) where your labor is a contract you're born into and it is enforced implicitly and explicitly on various levels.