Feminist activist Mira Krishnan celebrates the many viewpoints coming together for a good cause.
Women make up 51 percent of America’s population, so why aren’t we a bigger force to be reckoned with? That’s a question many of us have been asking. But Mira Krishnan may just have the answer — and if she’s right, Lady Parts Justice could be the solution.
“Part of the reason women don’t act like the majority is that women look at the movement and they don’t see themselves,” says Krishnan, a neuropsychologist, mental healthcare leader and feminist activist. “The fact is that women are really diverse, and working together on something like V to Shining V, is one way we come together.”
V to Shining V is an annual nationwide celebration of women spearheaded by Lady Parts Justice, an organization dedicated to using comedy, culture and digital media to raise awareness and take action to protect reproductive justice.…