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By day, Lindsay is an irreverent feminist, youth activist and advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights. By night, she is a fierce knitter, blogger and Pinterest addict. Lindsay’s work has taken her all over the world — from Ethiopia to India, South Africa, Mali, Mexico, Canada, China, Austria, Malaysia, Bali and Thailand — exposing her to varying realities of women’s experiences on the ground. Catch her on Twitter at @lindsmf.

  • #BlackLivesMatter – Solidarity Through Action

    With hope that these tragedies propel you into action rather than paralyze you, I share these resources with the goal of dismantling racial oppression in all its forms.

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  • Stigma and Resilience: Supporting Young Parents and Two Sides to the ‘Choice’ Coin

    But being pro-choice is more than supporting access to safe and affordable abortion services.

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  • The #StandWithPP Roundup: Shutdown Narrowly Averted

    Our government almost shut down because of government funding for Planned Parenthood. This is the state of affairs in my country.

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  • I Fund Abortions, and YOU CAN TOO

    Without the National Network of Abortion Fund (NNAF), the more than 200,000 low-income women who utilize the fund would not be able to access the reproductive health services they need.

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  • Top 20 Feminist Blogs: All Boats Rise

    This list is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the diversity of the feminist movement, and doesn’t begin to represent it in its fullest. But I am thrilled to celebrate the badass women (and sometimes men) I admire who write for them.

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  • 5 Ways to (Actually) Combat Human Trafficking

    If you’re inclined to think that trafficking into forced prostitution means that the sex industry should be uprooted, perhaps you should think about what trafficking into other industries should mean for that industry.

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  • Abortion ‘Hostility’ Depends on Your Zip Code

    From 2011 to 2014, the number of legislative restrictions against abortion rights skyrocketed to 231, quadrupling the number of restrictions within just three years. In 2014 alone, legislators enacted 26 brand new measures to restrict access to abortion rights. According… Read More ›

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  • #FeministsOnTheMove – Feminist Contingent During Millions March NYC

    Under the hashtag#FeministsOnTheMove, AF3IRM and Sister Circle Collective are inviting women, queer, trans, and genderqueer folks and allies to help create a strong woman’s contingent for the 13th December Million People March against police brutality. The details for the #FeministsOnTheMove… Read More ›

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  • Imagine a World Free from #AbortionStigma

    You don’t stop a woman from having an abortion by forcing her to listen to medically inaccurate information, or waiting 48 hours, or showing her the ultrasound against her will, or judging and stigmatizing her. You only make it unsafe.

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  • #FeministFaceFriday – Claps and Catcalls!

    A good ‘ol #FeministFaceFriday thumbs up to The Daily Show’s Jessica Williams for her brilliant reminder that catcalls are NOT compliments fellahs! And clapping as you walk down the sidewalk? WHO DOES THAT?!?! “Our walk to work is not for him… Read More ›

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