Women unite with the second annual 'State of the Uterus'

...“We felt it was important to have a type of event where we can remind the community that we are here,” Lozano said. “We are here to stay despite what troubles we may be going through as women, as people of color, as trans, or just whatever it is, that there is community here.”
Lozano said the turnout from last year’s State of the Uterus was so enormous, the organization decided to go even bigger this year. Boss Babes set a fundraising goal of $8000 to benefit groups like Planned Parenthood, the Homeless Period Project ATX and Counter Balance: ATX, a local non-profit created by Fatima Mann and UT alumna Kristina Brown to benefit self-identifying women, particularly women of African descent.
Mann said events like State of the Uterus are important for women’s advocacy groups because they allow women from all walks of life to uplift one another. ...