Weekly Feminist Reader

We need to give Title IX teeth.

And how will the Department of Ed hold colleges accountable?

Coming face to face with racism in our friends, families, and ourselves.

Whitney Lee, a transg woman incarcerated in Ohio, is fighting for medical accsss.

Performing spoken word with a disability: “There is room for bodies like mine to be gazed at for reasons other than difference.”

Twenty years since Robyn’s debut, a conversation on life, success, and her relationship with feminism.

What sexual assault in the military  is doing to American public health, communities and the economy.

The incident with Don Sterling just shows how (very) far we are from a “post-race” NBA, let alone America.

What happens when a video of your assault goes viral, but you don’t remember it?

Are you reading enough academic women?

Good news: Florida passes in-state tuition for undocumented students.

A more realistic (and hilarious) alternative to click-bait tabloids.

Ellen and Ellen on coming out.

From Southerner’s on New Ground: ”When we look back at this time in history, we need to be able to say as an organization that we fought as hard as we could for the dignity and safety of not only the LGBTQ people most accepted by society but also those most attacked and criminalized.”

A look at the decline of religious resistance to queerness.

On being a young teen lady skateboarder.

A woman fantastically womansplains the menstrual cycle.

What we talk about when we talk about trigger warnings.

Another week, another 20 week abortion ban.

An intimate look at the lives of gay service members.

There are so many things we need to stop teaching girls about sex.

Will Ireland ever lift its draconian abortion ban?

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

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