Sex Worker’s Outreach Project

I’m in a class called Sex Work and Sex Trafficking, and recently someone (a real live grown-up from the city) came to talk to us about the organisation she works for, the Sex Worker’s Outreach project. It describes itself as a “grassroots organization and part of a national network dedicated to improving the lives of…

Rick Santorum is out of the race…but what does that mean for American women?

Rick Santorum recently withdrew his bid to be the Republican nominee for president in 2012. Santorum’s campaign made headlines both for being the most recent beneficiary of anyone-but-Romney syndrome, and for his extremely conservative social policies (also for his”google problem”…but we won’t get into that here). Many politically informed feminists are understandably overjoyed at Santorum’s…

This BEAUTIFUL Spring Weather

I don’t know if y’all have noticed, but it has been quite beautiful outside these past couple of days! Even Daniel Radcliffe was seen hanging out on College Walk! Now that Spring has decided to revisit New York, maybe it is time to revisit your inner outdoors(wo)man. This upcoming week and weekend might be that…

Passover Recipes

For the Jews out there who are keeping Kosher for Passover (or just anyone who likes yummy food), here are some great recipes if you are tired of eating matzah for every meal.

National Public Health Week + Random Acts of Kindness Week

Nationally, April 2-8 is Public Health Week. I went to find some kind of solid link-fest for you, but the first site I found had an interesting quirk: if you click here you can see that USA.gov tells you to read some selected fact-sheets from “the Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Women’s Health.” I didn’t…