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Monday’s grand jury decision revealed that there was no indictment of Darren Wilson involving the Michael Brown shooting. See NPR. Mic explains why you should delete your Uber account if you care about women. Think Progress introduces the two men… Read More ›

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Some college men worry that the movement to take rape seriously is affecting their sex lives. See Salon. The Obama administration has created a new set of rules to provide women with access to contraception. See msnbc. Ms. Magazine demonstrates how Rwandan… Read More ›

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An abortion clinic in Austin, Texas called Whole Women’s Health closed its doors after facing strict anti-abortion laws. See Cosmopolitan. A woman wore a hidden camera to prove how many times a day she experiences harassment. See Upworthy. Ruth Bader Ginsburg… Read More ›

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The UN declares that the abducted Nigerian schoolgirls will not be forgotten. See the UN News Centre. The Obama Administration has announced it intends to revise the contraception benefit in the Affordable Care Act available to religiously affiliated nonprofits. See… Read More ›

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Todd Akin takes back his apology for his ‘legitimate rape’ comments. See the Huffington Post. An American judge advocates corrective rape for lesbians. See Pink News. The abrupt closing of Crumbs Bake Shop prompts the potential sexism embedded in cupcake… Read More ›

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A Congressman from North Carolina demanded that a pregnant doctor explain why Obamacare requires plans to cover maternity services. See Think Progress. A writer for the Huffington Post exposes how people are using the word rape in contexts that do… 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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Women in South Sudan are helping to break down gender-stereotypes in the workplace by operating a a car wash. See UN Multimedia. The New York Times shows how Turkish women have been using Twitter to combat sexual harassment. The Nation explores… 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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