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Archive for May, 2010


Written by Woodhull Alumna, Leighann Lord, originally posted to her blog, Leighann Lord’s Comic Perspective, on May 4th, 2010.

“You’re going where?” my parents said. They had confused and weary expressions on their faces when I told them I was going on a short (three-day) tour with Armed Forces Entertainment to perform for the troops doing humanitarian work in Haiti. Several questions brewed on their brows:
Didn’t you just get home from Iraq?
Can’t you just tell jokes in seedy night clubs like a normal comedian?
Do we still have the authority to ground you?
Yes, no and no.

Before I could baby-wipe all the dust off my combat boot style Converses, friend and fellow comedian Carole Montgomery called and asked if I wanted to entertain the troops in Haiti. Not one to let the pages in my passport go to waste, I said, “Yes.”

Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | News | Blog

originally posted to TheTakeAway.org on May 3rd, 2010

I don’t think the pill was liberating; I think the pill was typical male birth control: good for men, not for women.“— Erica Jong

Woodhull’s very own board memeber, Erica Jong, and daughter Molly Jong-Fast talk about their personal histories and how the Pill shaped their perception of feminine power. Listen to podcast here!

Category : Living | News | Blog
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