RH Reality Check offers a perspective on the relationship between pregnancy and addiction.
The first female law firm opened its doors in Saudi Arabia to protect women’s rights. See RT News.
A 10-year old girl is petitioning for the inclusion of disabled American Girl doll. See USA Today.
The Senate confirmed the first-ever woman — Janet Yellen — as Fed Chair. See Huffington Post.
Beginning next year, Israel will fund abortions for women ages 20-33. See Haaretz.
In the U.S., access to abortion is dropping as states continue to pass restrictions. See New York Times.
Apple has pledged to diversify its Board of Directors with more women and minorities. See TIME.
Marvel Comics has unveiled Ms. Marvel, a young female Muslim superhero. See WIRED.
This Tumblr proves that the business world remains a boys club.
Politico examines shifting strategies for state abortion battles.
Saturday Night Live finally hired a woman of color to join the cast. See Huffington Post.
The Supreme Court has temporarily halted same-sex marriages in Utah. See Feminist Wire Daily Newsbrief.
Girl children are now less stigmatized in China, thanks to the country’s one-child policy. See The Daily Beast.
“Orange is the New Black’s” Laverne Cox schools Katie Couric on transgender bodies.
A brain-dead woman in Fort Worth is being kept alive against her and her family’s wishes because she’s pregnant. See New York Times.
New York Times shows images from J.W. Anderson fashion show in London that blurred the lines between masculinity and femininity.
Even though the media often claims that feminists struggle to find romance in their lives, The Salon comments on how feminists actually have successful love lives.