Weekly Feminist Reader

The importance of ENDA.

A must-read from Janet Mock: “Why I chose silence on Trans Day of Remembrance.”

Do you want to orgasm every time?

“Rest is a luxury for the rich.”

Melissa Harry-Perris  was not pleased with that Politico piece.

Being my friend does not make you a hero.

Obamacare opponents need to take a chill pill on maternity care.

“Inequality is (literally) killing America.”

We want our pop stars the same way we want our feminism.

Tech at its best: a new app for victims in abusive relationships.

A case for talking about drinking, sexual violence, and feminism.

Ta-Nehisi Coates ”In defense of a loaded word.”

On inhabiting the body after cancer.

What to do when you love your family, but loathe their politics.

The Catholic Church’s gay cardinals, monks, and other clergy inhabit a hidden netherworld.

What George Zimmerman can teach us about domestic abusers.

What no one tells you about being homeless.

Stay: the social contagion of suicide.

This custody case is just another chilling example of the obstruction to women’s rights.

How to survive a shooting.

The fucked up things abstinence teachers are paid to tell students.

The trouble with toxic sex toys.

“It turns out, Renisha McBride was actually shot in the face.”

What’s happening to women’s health care in Arizona?

“When speaking the colonizer’s language means rejecting your own.”

What have you been reading/writing/watching/listening to this week?

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