Welcome to the Women Out Loud tumblr, where Trin and the entire UofT community can come and debate, laugh and discuss women`s issues both at Trin and beyond.

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wishuponawish:

hookandthedaggersxvx:

Virginity only matters if you’re lighting the black flame candle to summon witches.

Actually, When people talk about “blood of a virgin”, what’s actually meant is “virgin blood”, aka blood that’s never before been used in a ritual.

Therefore, virginity doesn’t matter for anything.

*noises of comprehension and frustration that I didn’t make that connection before*

(via smoke-filled-pictures)

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8 months ago

I ACT UP Because…

whyiactup:

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I ACT UP because social justice is my responsibility!

REBLOG AND SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS!

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1 year ago

Hillary Clinton on her last day as Secretary of State  (via alexbracken)

(Source: evamkali, via filinadiangirl)

If women and girls everywhere were treated as equal to men in rights, dignity, and opportunity, we would see political and economic progress everywhere. So this is not only a moral issue, which, of course, it is. It is an economic issue and a security issue, and it is the unfinished business of the 21st century. It therefore must be central to U.S. foreign policy.
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1 year ago
Anonymous asked: Hey! I'm a first year and I'd like to join your group. When's the next meeting?


Answer:

Hi! Sorry for the late reply. As of late, the meeting is TBA, and I will let you know once I am aware. Thanks for your interest in WOL: is there anything particular you`d like to know about us, our any events you`re interested in putting on? We`re always interested in new ideas. Either way, welcome!

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1 year ago
golapi:

An Indian protester holds a placard as she sits on a sidewalk during a protest in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The hours-long gang-rape and near fatal beating of a 23-year-old student on a bus in New Delhi triggered outrage and anger across the country Wednesday as Indians demanded action from authorities who have long ignored persistent violence and harassment against women. The placard reads “I have the right to live in the country.”
(AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

golapi:

An Indian protester holds a placard as she sits on a sidewalk during a protest in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. The hours-long gang-rape and near fatal beating of a 23-year-old student on a bus in New Delhi triggered outrage and anger across the country Wednesday as Indians demanded action from authorities who have long ignored persistent violence and harassment against women. The placard reads “I have the right to live in the country.”

(AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

(Source: desi-mermaid)

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1 year ago