Tina Fey Calls Out White Women Who Might Regret Voting For Trump

White women love Tina Fey, but Tina Fey isn’t too happy with white women, especially the ones who voted for Donald Trump

During “Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU” on Friday night, Fey sat down with New York Civil Liberties Union executive director Donna Lieberman and ACLU deputy legal director Louise Melling for a conversation about the battle for women’s rights and the responsibility each of us have to fight for protections that might not directly impact our lives. 

After the election, exit polls revealed that a majority of white women ― 53 percent, to be exact ― supported Trump in the election, compared to the 43 percent who voted for Hillary Clinton.

 “A lot of this election was turned by white, college-educated women who now would maybe like to forget about this election and go back to watching HGTV,” Fey said. “I would want to urge them to like, ‘You can’t look away’ because it doesn’t affect you this minute, but it’s going to affect you eventually.”

“Again, open two windows. Do watch HGTV,” she added. “[Don’t] turn our attention away from what is happening.”

After questioning Lieberman and Melling about the current state of reproductive rights, Fey expanded her plea to all white women, including herself, to exercise compassion and empathy in Trump’s America. 

“I personally will make my own pledge as a college-educated white woman to not look away,” she said, “to not pretend that things are happening now won’t eventually affect me if we don’t put a stop to it.” 

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Michael Moore Claims Donald Trump Has Already Made A ‘Declaration Of War’

Michael Moore appeared at Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLUon Friday night, and discussed his time interacting with the non-profit back when he was a teenager.

After his segment on the livestream event, The Huffington Post caught up with Moore backstage, where the filmmaker elaborated on the various anti-Donald Trump statements he’s made recently.

“We’re already past the point, probably, of reversing what climate change has done to this planet,” Moore told HuffPost. “Some say we’re on the precipice, some say we’re too late, some say we’re going to be too late very soon.”

Pointedly, Moore continued:

For him to tear up every single regulation instituted by President Obama on climate change and for him to say that that will no longer be a concern when they make their decisions, is not just a fuck you to the rest of this world, but it’s a declaration of war against the actual planet.

The documentary filmmaker has been vocal about resisting President Trump and contributing to future progress. 

“Individually you all have to take a stand… We are now in the Trump era,” Moore said at Watch Us Run, HuffPost Women’s inauguration day event. “You’re going to have to put some serious thought into putting yourself on the line.”

 

 

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Tom Hanks Puts The ACLU’s Mission In Words The Internet Understands

If there’s anyone who could compel Americans to stand up and fight for human rights, it’s “America’s sweetheart” Tom Hanks.

As the de facto host of “Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU” on Friday night, Hanks kicked off the evening on a lighter note with an off-the-cuff and “kooky” opening to encourage viewers to get in formation. 

The Oscar winner decided to distill the ACLU’s mission into emojis and slang to appeal to the internet-friendly millennials surfing at home because he’s got it like that.

“ICYMI, when our constitutional rights go MIA, the ACLU, aka the USA’s BFF, will be there ASAP    ,” Hanks said.

After welcoming celebrities like Tracy Morgan, Nia Vardalos and Zosia Mamet to the party, he turned his attention to the struggles facing immigrants in President Donald Trump’s America by asking the stars about their personal experiences. 

Considering Hanks wasn’t shy about voicing his political beliefs over the election season ― this is the man responsible for the most brutal Trump analogy after all ― it’s no surprise he was asked to open the event. Days after Trump was elected, Hanks delivered a powerful speech about America’s resilience. 

“We are going to be all right, because we constantly get to tell the whole world who we are,” he said.  “We constantly get to define ourselves as Americans. We do have the greatest country in the world. We may move at a slow pace, but we do have the greatest country in the world, because we are always moving towards a more perfect Union. That journey never ceases. It never stops.”

 

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Accused Sexual Predator Proclaims April National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

President Donald Trump, who has been publicly accused of sexual assault by more than 15 women and was caught on tape boasting he could grab women “by the pussy” without their consent, has officially proclaimed April 2017 to be National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.  

In 2009, Barack Obama became the first president to officially proclaim April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, although activists had recognized the month as a time to boost awareness of sexual violence for several decades. Since 2009, a proclamation has been released each year by the White House. But 2017 brings us the first year that a president who has been accused of committing sexual assault has issued such a proclamation.

“At the heart of our country is the emphatic belief that every person has unique and infinite value,” reads the beginning of Trump’s statement. “We dedicate each April to raising awareness about sexual abuse and recommitting ourselves to fighting it. Women, children, and men have inherent dignity that should never be violated.”

The statement goes on to affirm a commitment to reducing and ending sexual violence, calling on all Americans “to support survivors of sexual assault and work together to prevent these crimes in their communities.”

The Trump administration’s first Sexual Assault Awareness Month proclamation hits many of the same general notes that Obama’s statement did in 2016 ― with a few notable changes.

The 2017 proclamation removes any references to military sexual assault and adds a line on the importance of fighting “against the scourge of child pornography and its pernicious effects.” 

Most strikingly, the proclamation removes almost all references to rape culture, though Trump does acknowledge that “research has demonstrated the effectiveness of changing social norms that accept or allow indifference to sexual violence.”

In its first paragraph, Obama’s 2016 statement called on Americans to “stand up and speak out to change the culture that questions the actions of victims, rather than those of their attackers,” later “reaffirm[ing] our commitment to shift the attitudes that allow sexual assault to go unanswered and unpunished.” 

There are no such allusions to a culture of victim-blaming in Trump’s 2017 statement.

Trump is currently facing a defamation suit filed by former “Apprentice” contestant Summer Zervos, who has accused Trump of kissing and groping her without her consent in 2007, a year after she had appeared on his reality TV show.

Read Trump’s full proclamation below:

At the heart of our country is the emphatic belief that every person has unique and infinite value. We dedicate each April to raising awareness about sexual abuse and recommitting ourselves to fighting it. Women, children, and men have inherent dignity that should never be violated.

According to the Department of Justice, on average there are more than 300,000 instances of rape or other sexual assault that afflict our neighbors and loved ones every year. Behind these painful statistics are real people whose lives are profoundly affected, at times shattered, and who are invariably in need of our help, commitment, and protection.

As we recognize National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, we are reminded that we all share the responsibility to reduce and ultimately end sexual violence. As a Nation, we must develop meaningful strategies to eliminate these crimes, including increasing awareness of the problem in our communities, creating systems that protect vulnerable groups, and sharing successful prevention strategies.

My Administration, including the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services, will do everything in its power to protect women, children, and men from sexual violence. This includes supporting victims, preventing future abuse, and prosecuting offenders to the full extent of the law. I have already directed the Attorney General to create a task force on crime reduction and public safety. This task force will develop strategies to reduce crime and propose new legislation to fill gaps in existing laws.

Prevention means reducing the prevalence of sexual violence on our streets, in our homes, and in our schools and institutions. Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of changing social norms that accept or allow indifference to sexual violence. This can be done by engaging young people to step in and provide peer leadership against condoning violence, and by mobilizing men and boys as allies in preventing sexual and relationship violence. Our families, schools, and communities must encourage respect for women and children, who are the vast majority of victims, and promote healthy personal relationships. We must never give up the fight against the scourge of child pornography and its pernicious effects on both direct victims and the broader culture. We recommit ourselves this month to establishing a culture of respect and appreciation for the dignity of every human being.

There is tremendous work to be done. Together, we can and must protect our loved ones, families, campuses, and communities from the devastating and pervasive effects of sexual assault. In the face of sexual violence, we must commit to providing meaningful support and services for victims and survivors in the United States and around the world.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim April 2017 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. I urge all Americans, families, law enforcement, health care providers, community and faith-based organizations, and private organizations to support survivors of sexual assault and work together to prevent these crimes in their communities.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of March, in the year of our Lord two thousand seventeen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-first.

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Need help? Visit RAINN’s National Sexual Assault Online Hotline or the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s website.

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Watch Live: #StandForRights To Support The ACLU

WATCH Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Jon Hamm, Tracy Morgan, Padma Lakshmi, Amy Poehler and more of your favorite celebrities team up to entertain you during #StandForRights, a Facebook Live telethon to support the American Civil Liberties Union.

Expect incredible performances, hilarious skits and plenty of hijinks. Best of all, it’s for a great cause. 

“[It is] the collective will and tireless actions of ‘we the people’ that serve as a bulwark against unconstitutional and wrong-headed policies and executive orders,” ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero said in a statement. “By supporting our work through this telethon, we can fight even harder to defend the rights guaranteed by our Constitution.”

Stand for Rights is produced by Friend of a Friend Productions, in partnership with The Huffington Post, Funny Or Die and Maggie Vision.

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Latina Surprises BFFs Who Lost Their Parents With Sweetest Gifts

Heidi Paat wanted to give her two best friends birthday gifts that would make them feel close to the parent they each lost.

The 21-year-old student at University of California, Santa Cruz went back home to Montclair, California recently and invited her friends Vanessa Mendoza and Norma Bates for a belated birthday celebration. 

“I am so far away from them during school and I wasn’t able to come home for their birthdays in January and February,” Paat told The Huffington Post on Friday. “We met up for lunch and I decorated the trunk of my car with balloons, cupcakes, a banner, miscellaneous gifts and the biggest box was where the bears were.”

Both of my best friends lost their parents over the past two years so I got them a bear with their parents' voice recordings on it pic.twitter.com/4UgD6wnqUE

— heidi (@_Heidi10) March 23, 2017

Both Mendoza, 22, and Bates, 22, had lost a parent in the last couple of years. So Paat decided to give them a stuffed bear that had a personalized voice recording.

“They opened the box, [took out the bears] and heard that Vanessa’s dad says ‘Estas chula amor… estas chula madre’ and Norma’s mom is talking about singing happy birthday and then her mom and all of the family starts singing happy birthday,” Paat said of the Build-A-Bear toys she gifted her friends.  

The Latina caught the emotional moment when they heard their parents’ voices inside their bears on video and shared it on Twitter. The video went viral.

In the 38 second clip, both Mendoza and Bates burst into tears nearly immediately after hearing their father and mother’s voices, respectively. 

“When I saw them cry it was making me tear up, which is why I stopped recording,” Paat told HuffPost. “Vanessa is usually very sentimental but Norma doesn’t cry easily so I could tell that it meant a lot to both of them. After I stopped recording we all hugged and they couldn’t stop smiling and replaying it.”

Paat said that she got the idea to include the voice recordings after she saw others gifting similar bears for Christmas to people who had lost a loved one.

I misss you, I love you! Always and forever daddy! 1year closer to seeing you again pic.twitter.com/lO2aHUNpsJ

— VanessaMendoza (@NesssaaM) March 24, 2017

I swear I love the bear with my dads voice recording so much, I cuddle with it every night!!!❤️

— VanessaMendoza (@NesssaaM) March 31, 2017

To make the bears, Paat used a snippet from a tribute video Mendoza made for her father after he passed away last year. For Bates’ bear, she asked her sister for a recording of their mother’s voice.

But Paat says one thing she didn’t plan on was the overwhelmingly positive responses she’s gotten after the video went viral.

“The reactions online were truly unexpected,” Paat said. “I initially posted the video because we have mutual friends and I wanted to share the moment with them. I had also shown people my plan and they were already moved by it so they wanted to see my best friend’s reactions. When I saw so many other people were sharing the video and replying to it I was surprised but it was nice to read the sweet feedback that people gave me and how they would compare it to their feelings or similar experiences.”

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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week

The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant ― but succinct ― wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious 140-character musings. For this week’s great tweets from women, scroll through the list below. Then visit our Funniest Tweets From Women page for our past collections.

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GROWN UP MATH: If you set your alarm for 8:30 a.m., but press SNOOZE at a rate of 4 slams per min, how many meetings will you sleep through?

— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) March 27, 2017

*dad calls me at work*

me: "hi?" *thinks some1 died*

dad: COULD U BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD? COULD U BE? IT'S PLAIN 2 SEE

— Taylor Trudon (@taylortrudon) March 27, 2017

“Yes, I’m here for my meeting with Mike Pence.” pic.twitter.com/WUF9C1wDN8

— Quinn Sutherland (@ReelQuinn) March 30, 2017

being able to eat as much candy as you want is both the best and worst part of being an adult

— Hannah Giorgis (@ethiopienne) March 30, 2017

Holding onto the hope that most of 2017 has been an April Fool's joke

— Hollis Miller (@missehollis) March 31, 2017

POTUS. Speaker of the House. Secretary of Education. Secretary of Defense. pic.twitter.com/MoDWBDBmt1

— Amanda (@amandapractica) March 27, 2017

if procrastination is an art, i belong in the god damn MoMA

— Emma Gray (@emmaladyrose) March 25, 2017

desperately trying to pretend that carrots are a snack

— Tracy Clayton (@brokeymcpoverty) March 30, 2017

i like you, but i'm not sure if i 62-hours-of-game-of-thrones-catch-up-so-we-can-watch-it-together-when-new-episodes-are-back like you

— Erin Gloria Ryan (@morninggloria) March 30, 2017

"So, how's y'all lil health care bill going?" pic.twitter.com/nfqyyiKNmp

— Heben Nigatu (@heavenrants) March 24, 2017

I'll be 34 in May and sometime in the last year I hit my lifetime capacity for men's bullshit.

— Emily McCombs (@msemilymccombs) March 24, 2017

My favorite place to cry is Target it's like yeah I'm feeling my feelings but bitch I gotta buy the essentials

— Charlene deGuzman (@charstarlene) March 30, 2017

Crayola announced it is retiring the yellow crayon. The same moment, blue hugs green and whispers, "It's gonna be ok. We'll figure it out."

— Saucy Kensington (@Book_Krazy) March 31, 2017

When you laying in your coffin at your funeral dead and you don't hear your man crying pic.twitter.com/3npZAyo4AF

— Lovita Alizé Jenkins (@xoxoxMinnie) March 28, 2017

"That's crazy!"- Me, not listening to you.

— Queen of the Damned (@Cpt_Burnout) March 24, 2017

void of despair emoji

— roxane gay (@rgay) March 31, 2017

Twitter has made me Anti-Love and Pro-Fuck off.

— Just Jen (@JustJenBlue) March 31, 2017

nothing threatens the sanctity of marriage more than mike pence calling his wife "mother"

— Ziwe (@ziwe) March 30, 2017

if you're a person clapping for trump's "women's empowerment" speech literally what led you to this moment in your life?

— Jessica Samakow (@jsam1126) March 29, 2017

I just used "non sequitur" in a sentence, in case you thought you were the one having a good day

— Gloria Fallon (@GloriaFallon123) March 27, 2017

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They’re Finally Going To Close Rikers Island, America’s Monument To Jail Cruelty

Rikers Island, the gigantic island of incarceration in New York City that serves as an embarrassing emblem of violence, cruelty and neglect in the American jail system, is finally on its way to shutting down for good.

Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed Friday that a plan was in place to shutter the complex ― the nation’s second largest ― within the next 10 years. Many of the details are yet unclear, but at least part of the plan includes moving inmates to new, smaller jails scattered across the boroughs, according to The New York Times. Building those jails could cost around $10.6 billion.

An independent commission, created by City Council and headed by New York state chief judge Jonathan Lippman, reportedly plans to release more details on Sunday.

New York City will close the Rikers Island jail facility. It will take many years. It will take many tough decisions. But it will happen.

— Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) March 31, 2017

“New York City has always been better than Rikers Island,” de Blasio said in a press release. “[Its closure] will require that our state government, and each component of our criminal justice system, contribute to the reform efforts critical to reducing our jail population and improving re-entry services and educational programming.”

A draft of the Lippman’s report recommends reducing the Rikers population from 10,000 now to less than 5,000 in the near future, according to the New York Post.

“From 1991 to 2016, the daily jail population declined from more than 21,000 to 10,000,” the report states. “The recent history of New York City clearly demonstrates that crime and incarceration can be driven down simultaneously. Contrary to what many people believe, more jail does not mean more public safety.

If it takes 10 years to close the facility completely, it may take a lifetime to shake off Rikers’ reputation.

Several federal reports over the years have found overwhelming evidence of systemic violence, excessive force and neglect at the facility. HuffPost’s Chris Mathias reports that solitary confinement is doled out like candy on Halloween. Assaults on inmates are a dime a dozen, and they’re often covered up. There are nearly 500 inmates between the ages of 16 to 18 there on any given day. It’s been called a revolving door for people of color and the poor.

Rikers also houses a disproportionate number of mentally ill inmates ― at one point, it had more mentally ill inmates than all of the state’s 24 psychiatric hospitals combined ― and critics have long said there’s not nearly enough treatment.

For many, its closure can’t come too soon.

“For too long, New Yorkers ― especially poor people of color ― have languished in this grist mill, where human rights abuses are routine,” Glenn E. Martin, president and founder of JustLeadershipUSA, said Friday. “Countless failed attempts at incremental reform have proven that the only viable solution is to close Rikers. I am grateful that Mayor de Blasio has joined the progressive majority.”

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Activist Glenn Martin ‘Grateful’ #CLOSErikers Campaign Was A Success

Mayor De Blasio announced a 10 year plan to close the notoriously violent New York prison facility Rikers Island on Friday afternoon. The decision comes after a year of aggressive crusading to shut down the prison from the #CLOSErikers campaign, which was founded by activist and former Rikers prisoner Glenn E. Martin.

In a statement sent to The Huffington Post, Martin said that he’s “grateful” the mayor has realized that the only solution to the prison’s problematic nature is to close it.

“For too long, New Yorkers – especially poor people of color – have languished in this grist mill, where human rights abuses are routine,” Martin said. “Countless failed attempts at incremental reform have proven that the only viable solution is to close Rikers.”

The campaign, which Martin founded in 2016, has done everything from follow the mayor to Florida to ensure he hears their concerns surrounding the prison to create a commercial calling the mayor out on his inaction around Rikers.

Martin, who was imprisoned at Rikers twice and currently has a brother in the prison, said the mayor’s announcement was “especially meaningful” to him.

“Mayor de Blasio has finally heard the demands of the #CLOSErikers campaign, and we thank him for recognizing that the problem with Rikers is Rikers,” he continued.

Martin is also a member of the Lippman Commission which, in a 97 page report provided to the mayor, outlined ways to successfully go about closure of the prison.  

Aside from his intent to close the island and open other jails in its place, the mayor’s full plan has not yet been released. But is expected to include some of the suggestions from the commission’s report.

You can read more about the mayor’s announcement here

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Activist Glenn Martin ‘Grateful’ #CLOSErikers Campaign Was A Success

Mayor De Blasio announced a 10 year plan to close the notoriously violent New York prison facility Rikers Island on Friday afternoon. The decision comes after a year of aggressive crusading to shut down the prison from the #CLOSErikers campaign, which was founded by activist and former Rikers prisoner Glenn E. Martin.

In a statement sent to The Huffington Post, Martin said that he’s “grateful” the mayor has realized that the only solution to the prison’s problematic nature is to close it.

“For too long, New Yorkers – especially poor people of color – have languished in this grist mill, where human rights abuses are routine,” Martin said. “Countless failed attempts at incremental reform have proven that the only viable solution is to close Rikers.”

The campaign, which Martin founded in 2016, has done everything from follow the mayor to Florida to ensure he hears their concerns surrounding the prison to create a commercial calling the mayor out on his inaction around Rikers.

Martin, who was imprisoned at Rikers twice and currently has a brother in the prison, said the mayor’s announcement was “especially meaningful” to him.

“Mayor de Blasio has finally heard the demands of the #CLOSErikers campaign, and we thank him for recognizing that the problem with Rikers is Rikers,” he continued.

Martin is also a member of the Lippman Commission which, in a 97 page report provided to the mayor, outlined ways to successfully go about closure of the prison.  

Aside from his intent to close the island and open other jails in its place, the mayor’s full plan has not yet been released. But is expected to include some of the suggestions from the commission’s report.

You can read more about the mayor’s announcement here

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Three Women Are Trying To Close The Orgasm Gap By Giving Away Free Sex Toys

Three software developers from Indianapolis are giving away free sex toys to support a truly feminist cause: closing the orgasm gap.

Jannet, Lexi and Shirin had been giving away sex toys, lube and condoms for years; offering free toys at health clinics, feminist gatherings, and even protests. But it wasn’t until January that they decided to launch their very own website called Sexy Liberation(Last names have been withheld for privacy reasons.)

“So far it’s been wildly successful,” Jannet told The Huffington Post. And it’s no surprise why. 

On the Sexy Liberation website, shoppers can purchase a lipstick bullet vibrator, a silicone butt plug and a vibrating cock ring all for free. Yep, for free.

“Our mission is to provide free sex toys to those who are less fortunate, curious, or both,” the Sexy Liberation tagline reads.

Sexy Liberation does charge for some items ― such as a pink rabbit vibrator, kegel balls and a flogger, among other toys. While these products cost money, most items are sold at a discounted price. Jannet told HuffPost that they use the profits from these paid products to subsidize the free ones. 

Jannet explained that sexual exploration is “absolutely” a feminist issue and that’s exactly why the trio is offering this service to everyone, but women specifically. 

“This orgasm gap is not local to one region on this fine planet,” she said. “Our goal is a globally-oriented response to the ingrained societal messages that create barriers to people’s sexual enjoyment ― especially women’s. Women across the globe receive cultural messages that encourage them to put others’ needs before their own. Women’s sexual enjoyment and wellbeing matter. That’s why we do what we do. “

According to the website’s FAQ page, Sexy Liberation is open to suggestions for which free products they offer on the site. If shoppers have a product suggestion they can submit requests by email. 

Sexy Liberation’s main goal is to help women understand their bodies and enable them to embrace their own sources of pleasure.

“A woman who knows herself sexually will feel more confident talking honestly with her partner about her needs and desires,” the website reads. “If you are woman in a relationship that is having trouble getting off, we are here for you.”

Head over to Sexy Liberation to pick up a free or discounted sex toy.  

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