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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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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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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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Google has launched a $50 million initiative to teach young girls how to code. See TIME. Bob Jones University told rape victims to repent and seek out the sin that caused them to be raped. See Raw Story. The Tigers’ manager,… Read More ›

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New York lawmakers successfully called on the state legislature to pass a bill that will protect pregnant women from employment discrimination. See RH Reality Check. Facebook has modified its nudity policy and will now allow photos of nursing mothers. See Mic. On Jimmy… Read More ›

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Russian President Vladimir Putin justified why he avoided a debate with Hillary Clinton by commenting, “It’s better not to argue with women.” See TIME and the Huffington Post. Hello Giggles asked children what feminism means to them and determined that the… Read More ›

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An op-ed columnist for the New York Times explains how fighting sexism and misogyny is not just women’s work. The new hashtag #AllMenCan shows us what real male feminists look like. See the Huffington Post. PolicyMic demonstrates how Maya Angelou’s past… Read More ›

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The Huffington Post explains why the New York Times fired its executive editor, Jill Abramson. The New Yorker analyzes why Jill Abramson was fired. Ms. Magazine Blog underscores how the firing of Jill Abramson proves that power fears women. The Huffington Post… Read More ›

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Ebony released the names of the kidnapped Nigerian girls. After the multiple Nigeria abductions, CNN provides 6 reasons as to why the rest of the world should demand action. Buzzfeed traces the evolution of the #BringBackOurGirls Twitter hashtag. A video released… Read More ›

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In a recent interview with TIME magazine, Shailene Woodley claimed that she does not consider herself a feminist despite her empowering female roles in films. In doing so, Woodley explained that she chooses not to identify with feminism: “….because I… Read More ›

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