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A sex trafficking survivor speaks on her abuse. See KOIN News. Mel B, A.K.A. Scary Spice, wants her daughters to live in an environment where they are able to be empowered. See Girl Talk HQ.  The Atlantic describes the inequalities… Read More ›

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Women’s Forum in Sierra Leone set up 8 safe spaces for adolescent girls. See Sierra Express Media. Brown Girl Magazine explains why you should care about the 104 women in Congress. “Nearly half of fathers report dissatisfaction with the amount… Read More ›

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Some men are starting to call themselves “Meninists” to express their opposition to feminism. See BuzzFeed. The Huffington Post describes how women’s bodies were the ultimate battleground of war-torn 2014. The Sony e-mail hack revealed how even rich and famous women… Read More ›

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2014 was a banner year for sherights. Our articles were more in-depth and varied than ever. We paid homage to #FeministMen, covered abortion rights hits and misses, critiqued pop culture, spotlighted incredible feminist women, and much, much more. Unsurprisingly, personal stories of… Read More ›

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The Huffington Post explains why it is important to get a head start on teaching your children what it means to be transgender. Marriage equality has arrived in Scotland. See Think Progress. A pregnant woman is jailed in Wisconsin to “protect”… Read More ›

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The American Prospect explains why addressing gender violence and racial violence is NOT an either/or option. The Good Men Project talks about the 7 things that sex education classes should have taught us but didn’t. A man is an estimated… Read More ›

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Darren Wilson has resigned and he is four months too late. See Mic. Shia LaBeouf claims that he had been raped but people are not taking him seriously. See Mic. There has been a outpouring of public outrage in Germany… Read More ›

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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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The New York Times talks about how we have been mishandling rape on college campuses. There is special treatment for the Miami Dolphins’ defensive end by law enforcement but a domestic abuse victim is stuck in a bind. See The… Read More ›

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The Supreme Court upholds a New York City law that requires crisis pregnancy centers in New York City to inform patients that they do not have any medical professionals on staff. See The Feminist Majority Foundation Blog. Women are sharing photos of what they wore when… Read More ›

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