What We Missed

The cover of this week’s New Yorker is awesome.

An in-depth analysis of the Institute of Medicine’s report recommending birth control coverage for all insured Americans.

Elizabeth Warren will not be heading up the new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, but she is still a total BAMF.

Russia is moving ever closer to banning abortion.

The Consensual Project interviews Hugo Schwyzer about the connection between consent and self-esteem.

Same sex marriage will become available in New York City this weekend – and these three couples are pretty damn excited about it.

This one’s for Sydneysiders: do you know a stand up guy? The Somaly Mam Foundation is running its first ever Stella Fella competition, and nominations are now open.

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