A feminist work in progress.

MEETINGS Monday at 4:30pm in Harlan House. Food and discussion. Feel free to bring a friend!

WHO ARE WE? Third Wave Resource Group is a student rights and resource group centered in Harlan House, at Cornell. We are a safe, comfortable environment for community members which provides information, equality and empowerment informed by feminism. We believe feminism is about values & ideals. Empowerment & education. Community building & understanding. (And calling people out on their bullshit).

RESOURCES WE PROVIDE Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advocacy, access to Safe Room, emergency transportation, library, kitchen, sewing room, safe zone, and confidentiality.

CONTACT 319)895-5750

andwhatdoyousee:

Leah DeVun, Everywoman, 2012

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Have you moved for college? You can re/register to vote in your new location! ›

demnewswire:

GOTTAREGISTER.COM

You can register to vote the easy way: Just follow the simple steps

  1. Check the box “I am a college student”
  2. Fill out your registration form
  3. Print it out
  4. Drop it in the mail

It only takes a minute! 

Once you have registered get your voter checklist at gottavote.org

Pass on this website to anyone you know who has moved for college or to remind them to register to vote!

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reallyfoxnews:

generalbriefing:

thedailywhat:

Bold Statement of the Day: And here we have the current home page of The Huffington Post, which has provoked 7,000 comments and counting… 

[huffpo]

Damn Huffpo. Just. Damn.

This is a very real and effective illustration of what the future may look like for uterus-bearing people if abortion rights are demolished in America. It should make you uncomfortable. You should be startled at the direction our political system has taken. You should be sad and upset that one’s rights over their body is a political issue.

A+, HuffPo, A+. 

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fuckyeahfeminists:

Elizabeth Warren on Twitter says “I’m disgusted by Rep Akin’s remarks about rape. The GOP agenda for women isn’t just wrong. It’s dangerous.”

johnfuckingzoidberg:

everythingalamode:

sigur-roskolnikov:

Casual reminder that Mitt Romney physically assaulted a gay man.  Santorum was two letters away from calling Obama the n-word on national television.  Paul Ryan laughed as an elderly man with a broken arm was tackled to the ground.  All three of them have expressed their hatred of women in their policies.

Deadly serious reminder that if you vote for them, you are promoting people that have attitudes think these are okay things to do.

I happened to notice you did not provide any proof of anything like this ever happening.

Mitt Romney assaulting a fellow gay student.

Rick Santorum may have almost calling Obama n-word.

Paul Ryan mocking an elderly man who was tackled after he protested against ending Medicare.

Better?

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upworthy:

It’s always crazy-cool when other people like our stuff enough to post it.

But anyway, yes, there are states that can fire you for being gay. Let the world know.

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Paul Ryan: Climate Denier, Conspiracy Theorist, Koch Acolyte ›

charlottefinley:

greatestgeneration:

Congressman Mike Kelly compared the August 1st birth-control mandate to Pearl Harbor. Senate Pro Tempore Daniel Inouye, a witness to Pearl Harbor, World War II veteran, and Medal of Honor winner, responded. A history lesson ensued.

think-progress:

This is 96-year-old Raúl Héctor Castro — a former Arizona Governor and a U.S. citizen — who was detained by border patrol in 100 degree heat.

What makes this worse? Guess how many times he’s been detained.

This Is The Right One: Context ›

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I think it’s degrading to women to say porn is inherently degrading to women. Of course, not all women choose porn out of desire or free agency, and especially during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we should be cognizant of this fact and the institutional factors that make it so. But many women consume and/or participate in porn actively and frequently, with enjoyment and discerning ethics. Discounting our participation erases our sexual agency and restricts our free sexual expression.