Femtastic Fridays: Week 9


Happy Friday! Welcome back to campus everyone, we hope you all had a restful break!

What’s New in the WCC

As finals week approaches please remember to take time for relaxation, laughter, and self-care. If you’re looking for a place to find all of that and more, be sure to stop by the WCC to spend time in the self-care corner or chatting with the staff!

Feminist Discussion Nights

Sundays at 9-10:30pm

Women’s Community Center

*Feminist Discussion Nights will resume the Sunday following Thanksgiving Break

Hume Writing Tutors

Tuesdays and Wednesdays

7-9 pm

Women’s Community Center


Stanford Community Group to Join Women’s March on Washington

For those that are interested, a peaceful Women’s March on Washington is planned for Saturday, January 21, 2017, the day after the inauguration. The organizers have stated: “This is an inclusive march, and everyone who supports women’s rights are welcome.” A group of Stanford faculty are organizing students and faculty that would like to attend.

For more information, visit the Stanford Community Facebook page for the event.

New Feminist Gender and Sexuality Studies Course Offering!

FemGen 107M: College Culture & Masculinity

Units: 1-2

Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit

Instructors: Hanlon-Baker, P., Lamboy, L., Peña, C.

Interesting Reads and Other News

Disney’s Moana is being hailed as “the most unapologetically feminist princess yet.” Check out this article to learn more about the team behind the animate film and how it compares to other popular children’s movies out right now.

Attorney Carrie Goldberg is taking up the mantel to advocate for victims of revenge porn. Here’s a feature article about her work from the New Yorker that’s definitely worth reading!

Meet the three women, Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour, leading the charge on the Women’s March on Washington. The march will be a peaceful protest for women’s rights taking place on the day of the inauguration. Learn about how the women joined the project as national co-chairs to advocate for inclusivity in the movement.



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