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Elle Australia challenges breastfeeding stigma by featuring a nursing model on its cover. See NY Daily News. London Kiki Chanel’s killer is charged with murder. See Advocate. Business Insider reports on Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov trying to keep women off social media to prevent… Read More ›

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The Atlantic claims that police have a much bigger domestic abuse problem than the NFL. President Obama and Joe Biden launched their new sexual assault prevention campaign, “It’s On Us.” See Mic. The Huffington Post shows how Jon Hamm is… Read More ›

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Six domestic violence survivors explain why leaving abusive relationships can often endanger women and involve resources that aren’t readily available. See the Huffington Post. A state representative in Missouri says he should be able to exclude birth control coverage from… Read More ›

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Vogue Italia uses Violence Against Women as the theme for its April edition. See the Independent. More men feel compelled to accept the depictions of realistic standards of female beauty. See the Onion. The Guardian describes the culture of exceptionalism portrayed… Read More ›

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The White House published a report that shows how women would benefit the most from raising the minimum wage given their high concentration in low-wage sectors. See The Hill. PolicyMic also underscores how raising the minimum wage is inherently a… 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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The New York Times explores whether parents have different standards for their sons and daughters. According to Jezebel, only one percent of Americans think that abortion is our biggest issue. Buzzfeed compiles a list of 21 pointlessly gendered products. Women’s… Read More ›

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