Links We Love

Feminists take over the #HowToSpotAFeminist hashtag. See BuzzFeed.

Ms. Magazine shares the top ten ways to spot a feminist.

Women are sharing photos that prove how beautiful plus-sized bodies are. See the Huffington Post.

A Fox News Psychiatrist says that men should be able to veto women’s abortions. See the Huffington Post.

A Texas High School with an abstinence-only curriculum experiences a chlamydia outbreak. See Think Progress.

Fluid gender identity has driven a revolution in design. See the New York Times.

Four Afghan men have been sentenced to death for the lynching of a woman. See BuzzFeed.

The Guardian explores how our future Mars colonies can be free of sexism and racism.

Bustle shows what happens when the media’s representations of feminism only highlight fashion.

Republican legislators in Colorado will not authorize funding for a program that gives free IUDs to low-income women. See Vox.

Students sue the University of Mary Washington after a member of the campus’ feminist group was killed. See the Guardian.

Everyday Feminism demonstrates why feminism is good for sex.

The State Department confirms that the US has no process for accepting transgender passports. See BuzzFeed.

John Oliver rips America’s disgraceful maternity leave policy. See the Salon.

Moms across the US are demanding justice for children slain by police and violence. See Common Dreams.

Everyday Feminism offers 5 alternatives to forcing gender normativity on children.

Soraya Chemaly insists that we stop minimizing fraternity misogyny. See the Huffington Post.

The White House seeks to enforce Obamacare’s birth control mandate. See Vox.

Mic features 8 young women to be aware of in 2015.

Cosmopolitan examines the Boko Haram kidnapped victims’ right to abortion.

Feminist, Lisa Frank, is fighting the patriarchy with rainbow kittens. See the Huffington Post.

Feministing shows how tech can be used to build power.

Everyday Feminism analyzes how our society encourages men to pursue underage girls.

Vienna started setting up traffic lights at pedestrian crossings that show gay and straight figures. See the Huffington Post.

An op-ed for the New York Times illuminates the prevalence of assaults on military campuses.

Women in Uganda can’t use toilets without the fear of disease or rape. See Vice.

Entrepreneur lists 50 motivational quotes from women leaders.

Kelly Ripa explains why she feels weird accepting an award for supporting LGBT rights. See Upworthy.

The Salon reveals that eight of the largest health care systems in America are now Catholic-owned and many refuse to prescribe birth control.

A new study has found a link between sexism and anti-abortion attitudes. See the Huffington Post.

BuzzFeed exposes a Canadian teen’s rebuttal to her received detention for wearing a halter dress.

The Huffington Post illustrates the states with the most stay-at-home dads.

The Daily Show weighs in on “Dad Bod” sexism. See the Salon.

Knowing that people cannot be trusted to make unbiased hiring decisions, Laura Mather created a computer program called Unitive. See Think Progress.

The US House has passed an abortion ban that could challenge Roe v. Wade. See the Huffington Post.

Transgender Canadians can now self-identify on citizenship documents without sex-reassignment surgery. See the National Post.

The US Navy is doubling maternity leave. See Women in the World.

Ms. Magazine shows 7 girls who were punished for their prom dresses.

Mic compiles a list of 6 empowering things feminist pornographers can teach us about sex.

Staffers share what it is like to be a woman on Capitol Hill. See the National Journal.

Mic determines what our fascination with Cate Blanchett’s sexuality really says about us.

MAKERS displays the feminist ice cream flavors that Ben & Jerry’s should make ASAP.

Gavin McInnes, Fox News Guest, says women are ‘less ambitious’ and ‘happier at home.’ See the Huffington Post.

‘It Was Never a Dress’ campaign remakes the bathroom sign. See MAKERS.

The Huffington Post speculates what tabloid headlines would look like without the sexism.

 

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