Links We Love

Young Chinese feminists protested inequality in higher education and the indignities women face in prolonged waits in public restrooms. See the New York Times.

Mic highlights the five women behind China’s first modern feminist movement.

The Guardian features the women who are changing forestry.

Women wore red lipstick to support sexual assault survivors for the #RedMyLips campaign. See the Daily Dot.

Maureen Shaw explores whether you can raise a little boy in a daughter’s pink bedroom. See Quartz.

According to NPR, women who are having heart attacks do not receive treatment fast enough.

The Huffington Post illustrates Sara Sakowitz’s perspective on girls and STEM.

Approximately 3/4 of white people are okay with police beating in certain circumstances. See Mic.

Investopedia lists the 10 most successful women entrepreneurs of the decade.

An Irish feminist group seeks to illuminate the issues of reproductive rights in the country. See Irish Times.

A woman writes about how ballet helped her to heal after her experience with sexual abuse. See the Huffington Post.

A network of family planning clinics in Maine raised thousands of dollars to fund its abortion services with the help from a major anti-choice group. See Think Progress.

Triple Pundit demonstrates how women of color are underrepresented in America’s largest corporations.

A Tennessee Senator assumes that a vasectomy is harder to get than an abortion. See the Huffington Post.

The NFL has hired Sarah Thomas as its first female full-time official. See ESPN.

The Guardian questions why women have to reveal their marital status when completing forms.

Victoria’s Secret Angel, Doutzen Kroes, shared a breastfeeding picture of herself on Instagram. See BuzzFeed.

Obama calls for an end to LGBT conversion therapy. See the Huffington Post.

Vox shows what Americans think of abortions.

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