Okay, Mark Ruffalo, you’ve caught my attention again. Aside from your beautiful face ( c’mon people, HAVE YOU LOOKED AT HIM?!), your support to end fracking has been so on point. And now you’ve lent your voice to reproductive rights. You gorgeous man, your political activism and sultry salt-n-pepa hair have done me in.
(Sidenote: Sorry Ruffz for that objectification from me. It’s just really hard to reign it in when your face and your bod AND your ... Read More
BY Mary Grace Garis in General on Jul 08, 2013 |
There is some serious sketchiness up in the prison system. Shocking, I know.
At least 148 women were sterilized from 2006 to 2010, with a probable 100 more cases dating back to the 90s in the California Institution for Women and Valley State Prison for Women. And in many cases, these procedures were done without full consent, explanation, or extreme coercion.
Here’s the short story: several inmates who were pregnant at the time of incarceration ... Read More
BY Daisy Becerra in Feminizzle on Jun 28, 2013 |
Filibustering? Protesting? How about turning the tables on men's reproductive rights to get your point across? In the endless parade of this year's badass women leaders taking a stand, let's talk about the bill that Ohio Senator Nina Turner (D) introduced this spring.
SB 307 would essentially regulate men’s reproductive health in a more invasive way than ever before. The Cleveland Democrat compared the measure to men legislating “a woman’s ... Read More
Like any millennial who’s only passively political (to preface this, pretty much any knowledge of politics I’ve gotten through watching Parks and Rec, so bear with me) I monitored last night’s Wendy Davis filibuster from the comfort of multiple social media outlets. Facebook was on edge. Tumblr was casually throwing around the “Khaleesi” title (they would.) Twitter was filled with words of solidarity punctuted with ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan in General on Jun 11, 2013 |
Come out for a night chock-full of prizes, dranks, and LOLs. A Is For and Babeland have teamed up to fundraise for women's health and reproductive rights and celebrate Babeland's 20th anniversary this Thursday! Co-founded by Martha Plimpton and Lizz Winstead, A Is For is a program with a mission to advocate for women's reproductive rights. Winstead will host hilarious comedians including Darbi Worley and Beth Lisick who will be sharing some amazing sex toy ... Read More