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The Beat With Ari Melber | February 15, 2019
As New York braces for another Fashion Week, fashion icon and former Vogue editor, Andre Leon Talley and comedy legend Lizz Winstead, who co-created “The Daily Show”, join Ari Melber to flip the script on political fashion, subjecting men in politics to the same fashion critiques levied at their women colleagues.
Ms. Magazine | February 5, 2019
Those are the opening words of this year’s State of the Uterus Address—which was delivered just this morning by Eunice P. Justice, the Lady Parts Justice League Uterus in-Chief, in advance of the President’s own State of the Union Address and his expected attacks on abortion rights.
New Jersey Jewish News | January 30, 2019
Comedians turned activists remove the stigma of reproductive rights
Miami New Times | Jan 4, 2017 Comedian Lizz Winstead on Making Abortion Activism Funny in Her New Special, Controversy
When LPJL goes on the road, doing a comedy music show followed by a talkback with a provider and a clinic escort leader, at least half the team is of color and includes trans women and men as well.
Cosmopolitan | Jan 6, 2017
They also took to Twitter to start the #PaulRyanSoScared hashtag, which quickly caught on as people began tweeting their utter disappointment…
Yahoo | Jan 9, 2017 - Paul Ryan Blocked the Delivery of 87,000 Petitions
But after news broke that Ryan physically stopped the petitions from reaching his desk, Lady Parts Justice League, a women’s non-profit, started a Facebook Live to encourage people to call their state representative and denounce Ryan’s actions.
Propeller | Jan 9, 2017 - 5 Feminist Organizations Changing The World
Using humor is one of the best ways to raise awareness of important issues and Lady Parts Justice has that strategy down to a ‘t’.
Slutist | Jan 19, 2017 - Lizz Winstead: The First Lady of Political Satire Talks Protest, Fake News & Feminist Party Jams
Vanity saw my vaganity. I believe I actually wrote that phrase in my book…
New York | Feb 10, 2017 - Dirty Dancing for Planned Parenthood
As part of its action week during Valentine’s season, Lady Parts Justice League is hosting this viewing party of the legendary ’80s romance…
Hundreds Gather At East Village Planned Parenthood To Protest Anti-Abortion Rally: Gothamist
The rally in Washington Square Park featured prominent reproductive rights advocates, including Vagina Monologues author Eve Ensler and founder of Lady Parts Justice League Lizz Winstead, as well as local elected officials including Comptroller Scott Stringer and Public Advocate Letitia James.
New Yorkers #StandWithPP
…supporters of the 100 year old organization chanted at Washington Square Park in Greenwhich Village over the weekend. They stand with Planned Parenthood, an organization which fights for reproductive rights, family planning and healthcare for all, under atack by the Trump administration.
Huffington Post | Mar 20, 2017 - Catchy 'Schoolhouse Rock' Parody Reminds Us That Plan B Is 'Just A Pill'
Pro-abortion rights group Lady Parts Justice League came up with a genius way to educate the masses about what the morning-after pill really does.
Broadway World | Mar 20, 2017 - Lady Parts Justice League Presents 'I'm Just a Pill' with Lea DeLaria
With all the fake news and non-facts promoted about contraception and reproductive rights, Lady Parts Justice League had to clap back
Mic | Mar 20, 2017 -
With its “I’m Just a Pill” video, the Lady Parts Justice League delivers a timely explainer on the basic facts of human reproduction and what birth control does.
Someecards | Mar 20, 2017 - It Took 41 years for someone to do a ‘Schoolhouse Rock’ parody about the morning-after pill and it was worth the wait.
The good people at activist/comedy group Lady Parts Justice League used the power of singing, anthropomorphic objects to spread facts about an important, often misunderstood little friend: the Plan B morning-after pill.