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Katie on why the Royal Baby should have been a girl.

What you need to know about military sexual trauma.

SURJ has released a Justice for Trayvon Martin activist toolkit for white people.

Dreamers take a huge risk to return home.

“Why I support the #BringThemHome campaign.”

Eve Ensler was wrong.

On forced sterilization in India and horror films.

USC and Dartmouth are both being investigated by the Department of Ed for mishandling sexual violence.

The War on Drugs is really the War on Blacks.

Who is the Saddest Girl in music?

Good job, team. Let’s gender losing teeth.

It’s about poverty, not crack.

The case for radical empathy.

The best analysis of “Orange is the New Black” I’ve seen.

Women don’t know how to buy cars, dummy.

Emily Nussbaum reclaims “Sex and the City.”

Speaking of which: Being Miranda.

The Lip Magazine feminist of the week is Suzanna Bobadilla.

Welp, this is unsurprising.

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  1. Posted July 24, 2013 at 11:25 am | Permalink

    I haven’t seen the show OITNB, so I can’t defend or argue with the analysis completely. But I feel like the author missed the part where it’s a true story and this is based on Piper’s memoir. It’s not like someone sat down and made these characters up.

  2. Posted July 24, 2013 at 11:12 pm | Permalink

    I was kind of hoping the Saddest Girl In Music thing would be about women musicians who explore darker themes in their work :(

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