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Ever hear someone refer to Plan B as “the abortion pill”? It’s frustrating with so much false information going around — especially when that information prevents people from using this really helpful pill. Lady Parts Justice League has once again put an end to the nonsense and giving us the straight facts about Plan B. Contrary to popular belief, Plan B is not an abortion pill but rather a birth control pill. LPJL explains in their hilarious video how the Plan B pill simply blocks a fertilized...
It's been 63 days since Trump took office, the apocolypse began, and "the [American] people became the rulers of this nation again." For Trump's administration, yesterday was supposed to be a defining moment of progress. On the seventh anniversary of Obamacare's passage into law, Republicans prepared to take their first solid step towards its repeal and replacement with the AHCA. Instead, yesterday was an embarrassing demonstration of Republican legislators' failure to get their shit together, and Trump closed the day by telling House representatives to either...
As if there were anything that could make us more excited about Hulu’s new series The Handmaid’s Tale, the full trailer was just released and it is bone chillingly good. Based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, the series takes place in a future where women are subject to brutal oppression under a strict religious regime. The trailer consists of a series of flashbacks that give context as to how things got so bad. The main character Offred, played by Elizabeth Moss, explains how she was “asleep...
*Tear this page out and give it to an Aunt who doesn’t “get it,” or a friend whose boyfriend “doesn’t really know any lesbians.” Great news! Same-sex wedding etiquette differs very little from wedding etiquette in general.I’m not someone who is easily offended, especially by people who are enthusiastic and supportive.Example: “I am so excited to go to a lesbian wedding!”This phrase was something I heard many times while wedding planning. Rather than try to correct every offender, I focused instead on the positive side of...
Five years ago, Nadya Tolokno and members of the punk band Pussy Riot were sent to prison for public acts of feminist activism. Today, she’s free and louder than ever. Here, she talks about rising up, getting rowdy, and pissing off repressive presidentsBy Erika W. SmithPhotos by Jeaneen Lund // Styling by Kime Buzelli // Makeup by Will Lemon Outfitted in colorful dresses, tights, and—most importantly—balaclavas that hid their faces, a group of fierce young women became activist icons overnight when they were arrested for performing...
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