The Guardian maps the UK riots with poverty. (The reds represent poorer communities.)
98-year-old Keiko Fukuda becomes the 16th person ever to earn a 10th-degree black belt in Judo.
3.7 million people–3.7 MILLION PEOPLE–are in crisis in Somalia.
Reminder: “Femmephobia kills.”
In Pakistan, where 60% of the population lives on less than $2 a day, religious leaders say that being poor should not limit having children. “God will provide the resources and no one will starve.”
An infographic on maternal mortality worldwide.
At Tiger Beatdown, s.e. smith explores what exactly we mean when we talk about “strong female characters.”
Nancy Wake, World War II hero and one of the most badass women ever, died at age 98.
You should submit an article to the sexuality and stigma series hosted by Gender Across Borders, Ipas and RH Reality Check.
What have you been reading/writing this week?