Many people are arguing that this amendment is “common sense.” In response to that, let me share with you what happened this weekend as we were volunteering for the Vote No On 1 campaign.
Archives for September 2014
If you’re not set up to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, this is your “Full Stop, Drop Everything, Register, and Roll” alert.
President Obama announced a new campaign by the White House and Generation Progress today called It’s On Us that’s aimed at ending campus sexual assault, shifting rape cultures into rape-free cultures, and building supportive spaces for survivors. (The best part? It’s actively built around engaging men in the movement, encouraging bystander intervention, and enhancing and […]
Here in Tennessee, we’re facing one of the biggest attacks on reproductive rights we’ve ever seen. We will defeat Amendment 1 – and we’ll work like heck to make sure of it.
This man is jovial, emphatic, kind, and passionate about women’s rights. We are lucky to have him on our side.
Feminist songs have been present in mainstream country music for decades. In order to celebrate country music’s long-running feminist streak, we compiled a playlist of our favorite feminist country songs.
This Saturday, join us on the West Lawn of the US Capitol Building for the We Are Woman alongside women of all ages in support of the Equal Rights Amendment!
On Wednesday night, we’re heading to Busboys and Poets for a discussion on voting with Martha Burk, political psychologist and women’s issues expert. You should come!
My best advice to any young feminist out there is this: Take as many as possible courses in Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS), or the equivalent at your school, as you can.
People are looking for tangible ways to prevent violence in their communities. So, I decided to write my own list of everyday ways you — yes, you! — can actively prevent sexual assaults from happening this semester.