Lady Parts Justice League takes over The Mill on June 20

In June of 2012, Michigan State Rep. Lisa Brown was silenced on the floor of the Michigan State House for uttering the word “vagina” in context. What she should have said, according to her male counterparts, was “lady parts.” Later that same year, Lizz Winstead and co-founders Arun Chaudhary and Scott Goodstein embraced the apparently less-controversial term by founding the Lady Parts Justice League. Referring to themselves as “a coven of hilarious badass feminists,” Lady Parts Justice League regularly produces videos, workshops and live comedy events, like the Vagical Mystery Tour, to raise awareness of, and, with the best weapons in their arsenal, fight against, threats to reproductive rights in the United States. […]

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