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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetA new video series honors today’s queer black visionaries. Brittney Cooper on Iggy Azalea’s post-racial mess. “Tri-tongued orator” Jamila Lyiscott unpacks what it means to be “articulate.” Reminder: you have the right to discuss your compensation with your coworkers. And you should because pay secrecy contributes to the gender wage gap. A photo essay documents the long [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet Cecile Richards explains the global gag rule. The stoop isn’t the jungle. A helpful explainer of Title VII protections for trans people. “We think it is rape culture or gun violence that will define us as a fallen civilization. But it’s the indifference that will do us in.” Boy Meets World‘s lost episodes. Tweet
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Daily feminist cheat sheet

TweetCanadians are now organizing to bring water to Detroit residents who have had their water cut off in a clear violation of human rights. More on Jack Halberstam, sexism, and generational relationships to history. Burger King’s “Proud Whopper” is nothing to be proud of. Fox News on how to ditch feminism and keep your husband [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetThirty-three years ago today the New York Times published the first known mention of the “gay cancer,” or what we would come to know as AIDS. A bra store in Austin refused to serve a trans woman without proof of bottom surgery. The largest study to date says transgender hormone treatment is safe. The Gay Shame [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet Cheesy-but-adorable illustrations from graphic designer Carol Rossetti. It’s the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. And it’s Sylvia Rivera birthday! Five myths about the Hobby Lobby decision, debunked. A Fox News host says Hillary Clinton is courting “Beyonce voters” — single ladies who need contraception and “love to talk about equal pay.” Sound about [...]
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