“Liberate Your Ass: How Sexual Freedom is Key to Fighting the Right”

by Guest Blogger: Elisabeth Fernandez-Kimmel Last week, I was honored to participate in an event titled “Liberate Your Ass: How Sexual Freedom is Key to Fighting the Right” at Netroots Nation, the country’s largest progressive online activist convention. A long-overdue conversation

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10 Reasons the Rest of the World Thinks the U.S. Is Nuts (hint: frenzied misogyny)

by Guest Blogger: Soraya Chemaly This week the Georgia State Legislature debated a bill in the House that would make it necessary for some women to carry stillborn or dying fetuses until they “naturally” go into labor. In arguing for this

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20/20 Needs New Glasses: Tyler Clementi Segment Sensational and Simplistic

by Guest Blogger:  Cathy Renna I cringed when I saw the promos for last night’s 20/20 and their “exclusive” first interview with former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi, just found guilty on 15 counts — including invasion of privacy and bias intimidation

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2012 First Tracks Award for Innovations in Sexology to Woodhull Advisory Council Member

CONGRATULATIONS TO WOODHULL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEGAN ANDELLOUX FOR BEING AWARDED THE 2012 FIRST TRACKS AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN SEXOLOGY No award was better suited to its winner than the 2012 the First Tracks Award for Innovation in Sexology is suited to

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64 Day Campaign for Human Rights

by Guest Blogger: Sacajawez Hall   In commemoration of the 64th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) first adopted on December 10, 1948, The 64 Day Campaign for Human Rights is an opportunity to highlight the important human rights work that our

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64 Day Campaign for Human Rights – Week One

by Guest Blogger: Sacajawez Hall Every December 10th, otherwise known as Human Rights Day, we reaffirm and celebrate economic, social, cultural, political and civil rights. In the 64 days leading up to the 64th anniversary of the UDHR on December 10,

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64 Days for Human Rights – Week Three

by Guest Blogger: Sacajawez Hall In commemoration of the 64th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights this year, the US Human Rights Network is highlighting 64 member and partner organizations as a way to raise awareness about the domestic human

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64 Days for Human Rights – Week Two

by Guest Blogger: Sacajawez Hall In commemoration of the 64th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights this year, the US Human Rights Network launched a campaign to highlight the important human rights work that our members and partners are engaged

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64 Days for Human Rights: Defending Immigrant, Migrant, Border, Refugee, and Asylum Seekers’ Rights

by Guest Blogger: Sacajawez Hall Woodhull is a proud member of the US Human Rights Network where we Chair the Sexual Rights and Gender Justice Working Group.  This campaign is shared here and on the US Human Rights Network website – a treasure

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