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Greg Abbott believes that abortion clinic closures are a manageable “inconvenience” for women. See the Huffington Post.

Same-sex marriage is officially legal in the majority of U.S. states. See Mic.

At a women’s tech event, Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, recommended women not to ask for raises. See Gawker.

Satya Nadella later apologized for his equal pay remarks and promises to promote diversity. See abc News and Think Progress.

The Huffington Post shows that at least one third of all women murdered in the U.S. are killed by male partners.

The Atlantic explains that social media’s display of rape videos and revenge porn has made female users feel unsafe.

BuzzFeed highlights 18 feminine products that cost more than their male counterparts.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged Daimler Trucks North America for illegally firing an employee, April Holt, after she complained about sexual harassment. See Think Progress.

The Guardian explores how economic development programs have not adequately addressed gender.

The Atlantic underscores how medicated abortions provided via telemedicine are only available in Iowa and Minnesota.

Mic presents a man who proudly admits to creeping on over 500 women on the New York subway.

ISIS claims that it is reviving slavery of women to prevent men from committing adultery. See BuzzFeed.

Ms. Magazine argues that Breast Cancer Awareness month has transformed into Breast Cancer Industry month, a time designated for businesses to earn money and receive public recognition.

A health-care company, After Pill, is looking to increase the number of women using emergency contraception by cutting its price in half. See RH Reality Check.

Malala insists that we must “raise our voices louder than ever” for the kidnapped Nigerian girls. See I Am Malala.

According to Mic, approximately 14,000 men in the military were raped last year and almost none of them will report it.

A Missouri lawmaker is demanding the state’s attorney general enforce that ban to effectively end legal abortion across the state. See RH Reality Check.

Jennifer Yu, a 12-year-old from California, wins world chess title and is the first U.S. girl to do so in 27 years. See the Washington Post.

Kristen Stewart does not understand why some women say that they aren’t feminists. See the Huffington Post.

The Supreme Court allowed more than a dozen abortion clinics in Texas to reopen. See the New York Times.

Anita Sarkeesian, creator of a video series, is at the center of another death threat after the director of Utah State University’s Center for Women and Gender, along with several other people, received an email promising a mass shooting if they didn’t cancel a speaking engagement for Sarkeesian. See the Verge.

Two teenage girls created a video game app called Tampon Run to question some of the inconsistent ideals that our society embodies. See Mic.

The Guardian proves that abortion is not about women’s right to privacy but rather their right to equality.

The Feminist Majority Foundation demonstrates how African American girls are falling behind their peers with respect to educational and economic outcomes.

The Huffington Post refers to a comic that appropriately captures how feminism helps everyone.

Mother Jones exposes how Hobby Lobby’s retirement plan still invests in contraception manufacturers.

Bitch Magazine argues that schools should address harassment instead of banning yoga pants.

85 colleges are currently under federal investigation for sexual assault. See the Huffington Post.

Msnbc reveals what actually happens when abortion clinics close.

Ke$ha has filed a lawsuit against her producer, Dr. Luke, for sexual assault and battery. See RollingStone.

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