Twitter Spotlight: Lizz Winstead

I still can’t believe she said yes. This is all so exciting.

Lizz Winstead, comedian, author of Lizz Free Or Die, co-creator of The Daily Show and co-founder of Lady Parts Justice and contributor at Blue Nation Review is in the Twitter Spotlight.

Lizz Winstead - Brunch with Lizz - May 6, 2012

OneChicklette: Your favorite qualities in a love interest

@LizzWinstead: Compassion, funny, feminist, curious, looks at the world as bigger than him.

OneChicklette: Your chief characteristic (one word)

@LizzWinstead: Relentless

OneChicklette: What you appreciate most in your friends

@LizzWinstead: Nurturing qualities, fearlessness, the joy they derive from helping others, their commitment to making the world better, humor.

OneChicklette: Your idea of happiness

@LizzWinstead: Feeling confident my comedy instincts are effective in the work I do. It brings calm in chaos. It also inspires me to continue to fight hard battles and inspires others to join me.


OneChicklette: Your idea of misery

@LizzWinstead: Being trapped with an uncurious person

OneChicklette: Your favorite fictional character

@LizzWinstead: Owen Meany

OneChicklette: Your favorite thing to eat, and also to drink

@LizzWinstead: A Ribeye and a Manhattan

OneChicklette: Five tangible things you can’t live without

@LizzWinstead: My computer, dogs, music, NYC, laughter.

OneChicklette: What’s the number one item on your bucket list? (question via @SaraLang)

@LizzWinstead: That Lady Parts Justice and our new educational arm, The LPJ League, inspires women and men to gather their friends to scheme to expose the people in their communities who are working against reproductive freedom. If I could see my work translated into people wanting to incorporating fighting for reproductive justice as a lifestyle, rather than a reaction to crisis, I would die happy.

@OneChicklette: Who do you know via social media that you’re dying to meet in real life? (this question came via @Tammy)

@LizzWinstead: @PourMeCoffee

@OneChicklette: How many days do you think you would you go without speaking a single word, if you were being paid $100,000 a day for every consecutive day you didn’t speak? (this amazing question came via @BrianSpaeth)

@LizzWinstead: Oh easily a week. I often hibernate and communicate via the internet.

OneChicklette: via @AndiLavs What was the last kind thing you did?

@LizzWinstead: Attend my friend’s mother’s wake

OneChicklette: A question I should ask the next participant

@LizzWinstead: What simple annoyance sets you off?

OneChicklette: Random shout out

@LizzWinstead: To the women and men of Lady Parts Justice who give their time and talent to raise awareness about the erosion of reproductive rights and the lack of reproductive justice in the America.


Next week Lizz’s friends in comedy are doing a special event benefiting Lady Parts Justice.

Want to get involved? Do you like to laugh? On February 14 (yeah, that day) Lizz’s friends are having a comedy fundraiser for Lady Parts Justice. What is LPJ?

Lady Parts Justice is a rapid response, creative production team made up of writers, comedians and activists. This 24/7 rapid response team is on call to make videos, artistic memes and create national actions that respond instantly to the breaking news surrounding reproductive justice issues. Within minutes, or hours, LPJ blasts the perpetrators dispensing damaging information about abortion, crisis pregnancy centers, birth control as well as taking down those who shame and stigmatize women for wanting, having and demanding safe and healthy sex lives on their own terms.

LPJ infuses comedy into reproductive rights spaces while also infusing knowledge and activism into our pop culture and social lives while inspiring folks who have not been active in the feminist and reproductive justice movements to get on board.

I can get behind that. If you’re single and bitter like me, you should totally go. Tickets and details here.

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