Reproductive healthcare providers are the targets of an orchestrated campaign of harassment and intimidation. Your Feminist Campus student organization can help protect access to healthcare by adopting your local reproductive health clinic.
Each year in the U.S., millions struggle to afford access to birth control. Access to birth control is a fundamental human right: we must work to increase access, both in communities and on campuses.
College students face staggering rates of sexual assault. Additionally, prestigious colleges and universities across the country are being investigated for under-reporting cases of sexual assault and mistreating sexual assault survivors.
Calling all California students!
California Senate Bill 24 will increase student access to reproductive health services by requiring student health centers at public colleges and universities to provide medication abortion–advocate for SB 24 on your campus today!
They advertise as so-called “Crisis Pregnancy Centers” or “Pregnancy Resource Centers” on your campus or in your community. They pose as health centers and offer “free” pregnancy tests. In reality, most crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) are not medical facilities at all.
Find out what you can do to ensure the U.S. ratifies CEDAW (The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women) and why this treaty is so important to women’s rights at home and abroad.
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) would enshrine equality based on sex in the U.S. Constitution and create a national legal standard for the elimination of sex-based discrimination.
Sex positivity is grounded in comprehensive sex education, exploring and deconstructing gender norms, and promoting body positivity and self love. Sex positivity transforms our relationship with ourselves, with others, and with our communities.
Since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, many Afghan women and girls have gone to school, entered the paid workforce, and benefited from a significantly reduced maternal mortality rate. But the Taliban is not gone entirely, and it is constantly threatening women and girls’ advancement and security.
By engaging young people on college and university campuses in the voting process, we can elect representatives to push for a feminist future. So what are you waiting for? Voting feminist starts by empowering others to vote through voter education, registration, and mobilization, and ensuring they can vote by dismantling voter suppression.