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The EEOC announces tougher rules to protect pregnant workers. See NPR. The Washington Post reports that young women face sexual harassment in the science field. After Rhode Island decriminalized prostitution, a decline occurred in forcible rape and incidents of gonorrhea. See… Read More ›

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Freelance journalist Esther Honig created a project through Photoshop to portray the beauty standards in different countries. See Hello Giggles. Matt Lauer asked Mary Barra if it was possible for her to run GM and be a good mom simultaneously. See TIME…. Read More ›

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TIME released a list of 41 women of 2014 and the influence they have had on politics, culture, sports, activism and business. A writer describes the overall reluctance to use the word rape and label perpetrators as rapists. See the Guardian…. Read More ›

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Vogue Italia uses Violence Against Women as the theme for its April edition. See the Independent. More men feel compelled to accept the depictions of realistic standards of female beauty. See the Onion. The Guardian describes the culture of exceptionalism portrayed… Read More ›

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The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a 20-week abortion ban. See RH Reality Check. According to Melissa Kearney and Phillip B. Levine’s research, in regions with many viewers of “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom,” the number of teenage births has… Read More ›

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The Senate unanimously passed a bill proposed by Senator McCaskill that will change the procedures for prosecuting military sexual assault. See Ms. Magazine. According to glaad, AIDS is no longer one of the top ten causes of death in NYC…. Read More ›

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Men at the Feminist Table

Throughout my life, I’ve been in lots of rooms full of women talking to other women about “women’s issues,” like family planning, violence against women and girls, abortion services, equal pay, women’s political participation and the future of feminism. While… Read More ›

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The New York Times explores whether parents have different standards for their sons and daughters. According to Jezebel, only one percent of Americans think that abortion is our biggest issue. Buzzfeed compiles a list of 21 pointlessly gendered products. Women’s… Read More ›

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The Guardian provides flowcharts to encourage individuals to determine whether or not they are feminists. Jenna Lyons proves that it is possible to be powerful, likable, and female simultaneously. See the New York Magazine. Meryl Streep applauds Emma Thompson’s performance… Read More ›

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