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Hate those terrible NYC teen pregnancy ads? Take action with “No Stigma! No Shame!” campaign

Tweet A NYC campaign from the Human Resource Administration “Think Being A Teen Parent Won’t Cost You?” is drawing deserved criticism from reproductive justice leaders and organizations for shaming teen mothers and fathers in the name of reducing early pregnancy rates. Since the ads were unveiled last week boasting such stale and infuriating slogans as [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet A photographer examines the struggle to provide women with safe, respectful care during childbirth. Rush Limbaugh says VAWA is just a mean plot by the Democrats to make the GOP look bad. Obviously. There’s a profile of feminist bad-ass Ruth Bader Ginsburg in this week’s New Yorker. A interesting discussion of women’s position within Sikhism. [...]
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Do you get your period? Here, have a chocolate!

Tweet GIMME MY FERRERO ROCHER! h/t Kat Stoeffel at The Cut. Tweet
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Drycleaner puts “choose life” message on their…coat hangers

TweetSeriously? Well, you can’t claim it’s not bold of Springdale Drycleaners to defiantly use a coat hanger to push their anti-choice propaganda. (Or maybe just clueless? Unclear.) Either way, the Cincinnati business has apparently been passing out these charming “choose life” coat hangers for a couple years now. And though they’ve already been mocked on the internet, looks [...]
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Edmonton’s new rape prevention ads should be everywhere

TweetThe Edmonton police department is out with more anti-rape posters that are just as good as the first ones they released a couple years ago. Between Edmonton’s efforts, the recent ads from Men Can Stop Rape, and those Scottish ads from a couple years ago, there are plenty of examples of how to create an anti-rape [...]
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