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A waitress donated Rush Limbaugh’s generous tip to an abortion fund. See Gawker. The United Arab Emirates confirmed rumors that its first female fighter pilot flew as part of the U.S.-led mission to strike targets in Syria. See Think Progress…. 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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PolicyMic lists everything that women could buy if they were paid the same salary as men. The Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology published a report showing that businesses with more women are more successful. See Mashable. In an interview… Read More ›

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The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a 20-week abortion ban. See RH Reality Check. According to Melissa Kearney and Phillip B. Levine’s research, in regions with many viewers of “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom,” the number of teenage births has… Read More ›

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Planned Parenthood reveals its plan to raise awareness of women’s health and abortion rights for the 2014 midterm elections. See Politico. Barack Obama calls upon Americans to observe and celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2014 in his Presidential… Read More ›

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Facebook announced its expanded gender options for trans and gender-nonconforming users. See Advocate. According to The Big Story, Palestinian women are making strides in the high-tech realm. A Dallas sportscaster responds admirably to Michael Sam coming out as gay. See… Read More ›

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According to The Guardian, 2014 proves to be a key year for women’s rights and gender equality. Women Under Siege Project explains how rape is used as a weapon of war in Bosnia. West Virginia considers passing workplace protections for… Read More ›

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