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Woodhull Responds to Proposed Title IX Rollback

Yesterday Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, announced her decision to scale down or remove Title IX protections on college campuses. Title IX holds universities across the country accountable for supporting survivors of sexual assault. Hiding behind a false assertion that…

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5 Ways to Advocate for Human Rights

As sexual freedom activists, there is never a question of the amount of work to be done. Two weeks ago we learned of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s raid on (which some are calling the “Stonewall of Sex…

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What Makes A Woman? What Doesn’t!

There is no single answer to the question “what makes a woman.” Women are not born women. They are born babies, and many of those babies are assigned as female then raised as girls. Some are not. Some are assigned as male and raised…

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Ladies and Gentlemen – huh?

I recently engaged in a conversation with my six and seven year old grandchildren.  It was a simple conversation about my Grandmother, who would have been their great-great-grandmother. My grandmother lived with us for several decades and was a wonderful,…

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Basic Human Rights Should Not Be ‘Controversial’

"After dismantling Apartheid, when we sat down to write our Constitution, we quite deliberately ensured that gays, lesbians and bisexuals were included in South Africa's Constitution. "Having ourselves suffered terribly, we did not want to inflict discrimination on any group…

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