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Governor Cuomo signs two critical bills for pregnant New Yorkers. See RH Reality Check. The Atlantic reports on the the invisible labor women perform around the world. Following Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe mix-up, The Guardian calls attention to the real problem with beauty pageants. The New… Read More ›

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New Zealanders can now legally identify as gender diverse. See Bust. A new study finds that men who harass women online are just losers trying to compensate for their low gaming status. See Mic. The Guttmacher Institute reports on why male contraceptives are so… Read More ›

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NPR features an activist promoting hygiene and body positivity for girls in low-income countries. The New York Times explores America’s evolving positive attitude towards women in politics. We finally get a peak at the upcoming Malala Yousafzai documentary. See Rolling Stone. Following the act of terror in a… Read More ›

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A trans man shares his unique perspective on the power of male privilege. See Buzzfeed. While anti-abortion groups struggle to understand NARAL president’s pregnancy, a blog is created for women to share their experiences as both mothers and pro-choice advocates. See Pregnant, Parenting and… Read More ›

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The Huffington Post provides the ultimate guide to the clitoris, calling for a better understanding and inclusion of women’s sexuality. Cosmopolitan highlights 5 Latina women who fiercely advocate for body positivity and racial inclusivity. Texas GOP restricts abortion access by passing ID requirement for… Read More ›

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Bustle shows us what women’s bodies really look like after birth, and it’s beautiful. Makers lists the top 5 moments for women at the Oscars. Feminist writers are so besieged by online abuse that some have begun to retire. See… Read More ›

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Cecile Richards writes for ELLE advocating the end to the silence that fuels abortion stigma. 14 sexual assault survivors prove that sexual assault can happen to anyone. See Everyday Sexism. The New York Times addresses the presence of transgender men… 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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