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A Thank You to Courtney Martin

TweetI was just like any college girl. Dazed and confused. Not like the movie, but in regards to life and what I wanted to do. I was a junior in college and had no idea what I wanted to do in life. Just like most women at the ripe age of 20, I had no [...]
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But Erica Jong, We’re Raunchy, Too! The Young Feminists Cry

TweetI was thrilled to see an op-ed in the NY Times by Erica Jong, one of my favorite authors, poets, and sex-pots. My thrill lasted for about 15 seconds. In “Is Sex Passé?” Ms. Jong begins: What could be more eternal than sexuality? The fog of longing, the obsession with the loved one’s voice, smell, [...]
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This Is Not Your Mother’s Reproductive Rights Movement

TweetThe pro-choice movement in the United States is at a critical crossroads. A new reproductive justice movement is emerging from the hardships endured by women in this country, one that will challenge the heated, sometimes violent suppression of women’s dignity and human rights. This year, more legislation to limit women’s access to abortion and to [...]
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