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Think Progress shows what women are forced to do to avoid street harassment. Olivia Wilde is not going to apologize for her breastfeeding photo. See the Huffington Post. Meryl Streep is using her own money to combat sexism and ageism… Read More ›

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A U.K. advocacy group, Women’s Aid, launched an interactive billboard to spread the importance of domestic violence. See the Huffington Post. 5 women explain why they became abortion providers in Cosmopolitan. According to a Catholic bishop, women who become pregnant… Read More ›

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Some college men worry that the movement to take rape seriously is affecting their sex lives. See Salon. The Obama administration has created a new set of rules to provide women with access to contraception. See msnbc. Ms. Magazine demonstrates how Rwandan… Read More ›

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Google has launched a $50 million initiative to teach young girls how to code. See TIME. Bob Jones University told rape victims to repent and seek out the sin that caused them to be raped. See Raw Story. The Tigers’ manager,… Read More ›

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New York lawmakers successfully called on the state legislature to pass a bill that will protect pregnant women from employment discrimination. See RH Reality Check. Facebook has modified its nudity policy and will now allow photos of nursing mothers. See Mic. On Jimmy… Read More ›

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The Atlantic provides insight on how paternity leave has the potential to benefit fathers, children, and mothers. Ms.Magazine Blog lists 2013’s feminists heroes. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, discover the myth of a gender-specific tone of voice. See The New York… Read More ›

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US District Judge Brian Cogan has ruled that a group of New York Catholic institutions cannot be forced to offer birth control in employee health care plans as mandated by the Affordable Care Act. See Jezebel. Michele Bachelet, Chile’s first… Read More ›

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