Femtastic Friday on the blog!

Happy Friday, Stanford!
Congrats on surviving another week of midterms! We hope you have a chance to relax before the next round…

Here’s what’s up:
In California, Federal appeals court ruled Prop 8 unconstitutional. In Washington, Republican Maureen Walsh passionately defended gay marriage
Are you a fan of M.I.A.’s song “Bad Girls“? If we ignore the negative Arab stereotypes, she’s sending a powerful feminist message. On the other hand, questions have been raised about Liz Lemon: will she continue to be femtastic? 

What do the founder of Kiva and Profounder, the former head of International at Youtube, a leading human rights attorney from Spain, and the founder of Kenyan Akili Dada have in common? Registration for SWLC begins in 10 days…
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Upcoming events on Campus:

  • Women at Work series continues with: Working for Human Rights. Tuesday, Feb 14 12-1pm; WCC Main Lounge.
  • Grad Women Wellness Series: Forgiveness Workshop with Fred Luskin. Thursday, Feb 16 12-1:30pm; WCC Main Lounge
  • EVE ENSLER IS COMING. Feb 23 at 7:30pm. Paul Brest Hall, Munger Conference Center.Get your free student ticket in White Plaza 11am-1pm Feb 20-22nd. 

Stay updated: Check out our website, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook (and invite your friends!).

Get involved:

  • Have you done a cool internship? Take a minute to share it with fellow students on the FEMTASTIC INTERNSHIPS page! (Click the link that says “fill out this form.”)

Have a great weekend!

Stanford Women’s Community Center


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