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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… Read More ›

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Mic proves that Katy Perry’s Superbowl performance is not enough to fix the NFL’s long-standing issues with domestic violence. A new tumblr, ‘Saved by the bell hooks,’ combines feminist knowledge with the 90s TV show. See the Huffington Post. The Nepalese… Read More ›

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The New York Times talks about how we have been mishandling rape on college campuses. There is special treatment for the Miami Dolphins’ defensive end by law enforcement but a domestic abuse victim is stuck in a bind. See The… 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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On the “Ed Sullivan Show” in 1967, Joan Rivers shut down the stereotypes of single women. See the Huffington Post. Michael Kimmel and Gloria Steinem wrote an op-ed for the New York Times emphasizing the importance of consensual sex on college… Read More ›

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The NFL will institute new penalties for players who and coaches who commit domestic violence. See RH Reality Check. A new report shows how the pay gap is especially pronounced in the food industry. See the Washington Post. BuzzFeed lists… Read More ›

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