July 16, 2014

Lady Parts Justice is the first not safe for work, rapid response reproductive rights messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to "get people off their asses and reclaim their rights."

Lizz Winstead — comedian, writer, and co-creator of The Daily Show — is just one of many who have had enough of it, and she wants all women (and men) to start making a change.

Today marks the launch of Lady Parts Justice — a funny, interactive website put together by a team of inspiring comedians, activists, and cultural influencers who want to make the issue of women’s reproductive rights a priority for everyone. And, to reach that goal, the founders are organizing the first-ever “V To Shining V” — a day to celebrate women’s pride.

The event will take place across all 50 states on September 27, when all are encouraged to get loud and take a stand on women’s rights. There will be epic parties with music, comedy, and a healthy dose of politics, all with the aim of getting rid of lawmakers who are trying to control what women do with their vaginas.

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