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Think Progress shows us what to be prepared for in the media’s coverage of Hillary Clinton. The Atlantic highlights 10 pressing questions about the Hillary Clinton campaign. 13 women flawlessly answer why they are still single. See Mic. The Huffington… Read More ›

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Mic highlights some of the overlooked aspects of the Brazilian breastfeeding study. Claire A. Putnam, an obstetrician and gynecologist, writes for the New York Times about pregnancy and obesity. A dad blogger explains why he is tired of having to… Read More ›

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Shannon Hale illuminates the sexist double standard in children’s literature. See Mic. The Huffington Post┬áexposes the sexual harassment of women gamers. A young man was beaten for being gay in Mississippi and does not view it as a hate crime…. Read More ›

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A U.K. advocacy group, Women’s Aid, launched an interactive billboard to spread the importance of domestic violence. See the Huffington Post. 5 women explain why they became abortion providers in Cosmopolitan. According to a Catholic bishop, women who become pregnant… Read More ›

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The Huffington Post explores why we need a gender-neutral approach to eating disorders. In her new art shows, Janine Antoni addressed childbirth and the female body. See New York Magazine. A young teenage girl in India rallied her community to… Read More ›

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Bustle shows us what women’s bodies really look like after birth, and it’s beautiful. Makers lists the top 5 moments for women at the Oscars. Feminist writers are so besieged by online abuse that some have begun to retire. See… Read More ›

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Huffington Post lists 13 celebrities who won’t wreck your child’s body image. Bet you didn’t know that Martin Luther King Jr.’s mother was also assassinated. See Jezebel. Women and girls are redefining what it means to achieve something “like a… Read More ›

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The Grammys address domestic violence with a PSA from President Obama. See USA Today. After President Obama’s PSA on domestic violence, the Grammys welcomed Brooke Axtell who delivered a poem about her experience with abuse. See Mic. Are activist investors… Read More ›

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Mic proves┬áthat Katy Perry’s Superbowl performance is not enough to fix the NFL’s long-standing issues with domestic violence. A new tumblr, ‘Saved by the bell hooks,’ combines feminist knowledge with the 90s TV show. See the Huffington Post. The Nepalese… Read More ›

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Marriage equality will take full effect in Alabama on February 9th. See Think Progress. Three black adoptees speak out about their sense of racial identity after growing up in white households. See The Root. Fox News is claiming reverse racism… Read More ›

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