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Congratulations to Janet Mock and Marie Claire! Mock is joining the magazine as a contributing editor.

Baltimore has been hit particularly hard by the epidemic of violence against trans women of color. A Baltimore trans woman speaks out at TransGriot.

Jon Stewart on the trouble with talking about Gaza in the US media.

How public health campaigns about fetal alcohol syndrome end up shaming women.

“New Anti-Abortion Legislation Requires Doctors To Scale 18-Foot Wall Surrounding Clinic.” Yes, it’s the Onion. But how can you even tell anymore?

Congratulations to Janet Mock and Marie Claire! Mock is joining the magazine as a contributing editor.

Baltimore has been hit particularly hard by the epidemic of violence against trans women of color. A Baltimore ...

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Detroit is suspending water shut offs for 15 days following protests.

Alexandra Brodsky and Elizabeth Deutsch on how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act could overturn Hobby Lobby.

Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel is getting a sixth printing, which is freaking huge for comics. This is yet another clear sign that diversity is good business.

Marissa Alexander has been denied a new Stand Your Ground hearing.

Fadoodling! And 30 other slang terms for fucking from the last 600 years.

Detroit is suspending water shut offs for 15 days following protests.

Alexandra Brodsky and Elizabeth Deutsch on how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act could overturn Hobby Lobby.

Kamala Kahn as Ms. Marvel

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Canadians 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 happy.

Canadians 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 ...

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“Women taking risks to advance the country’s interests… should not be treated worse than other federal employees.” The New York Times on why Peace Corps volunteers deserve fairness.

What’s wrong with New York Magazine‘s profile of Terry Richardson.

The mom of a girl who got sent home from high school on her last day of senior year because her dress was too short will wear her daughter’s dress to graduation.

The UN has released guidelines on reparations for victims of sexual violence.

The fashion statements of the women of Game of Thrones.

“Women taking risks to advance the country’s interests… should not be treated worse than other federal employees.” The New York Times on why Peace Corps volunteers deserve fairness.

What’s wrong with New York Magazine‘s profile of

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There will be no same-sex marriages in Idaho tomorrow – the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay, which Gov. Butch Otter requested after the state’s same-sex marriage ban was found unconstitutional. Asshole.

Better news: Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has signed the state’s long-faught-for transgender rights bill into law. Though opponents want a referendum challenging this important non-discrimination law on the ballot in November, so boo again.

And Houston’s out lesbian mayor dropped the so-called “bathroom provision” from that city’s LGBT anti-discrimination legislation, cause trans folks really needed to get thrown under the bus on that front yet again (no we didn’t).

Fast food workers protest in Alabama.

There will be no same-sex marriages in Idaho tomorrow – the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay, which Gov. Butch Otter requested after the state’s same-sex marriage ban was found unconstitutional. ...

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Tomorrow is the 2nd annual national Give OUT Day in support of LGBTQ groups. Support our friends at the Center for Sex and Culture, along with other groups raising funds tomorrow.

Badass: In a West Virginia primary election, a 17-year-old girl beat an incumbent state delegate. Update: Not-so-badass: She’s super anti-choice Republican.

For the bazillionth time, marriage is not a cure for poverty<.

Students at Columbia are writing the names of campus rapists on bathroom stalls.

Tomorrow is the 2nd annual national Give OUT Day in support of LGBTQ groups. Support our friends at the Center for Sex and Culture, along with other groups raising funds tomorrow.

Badass: In a ...

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Colorlines’ new series “Life Cycles of Inequity” explores the ways in which inequity impacts the lives of black men. This infographic is part of a package focused on implicit bias in schools.

“The Lord looks at the heart.” A conservative Southern Baptist Republican from Alabama on her trans daughter.

People in the U.S. saved an estimated $483 million in out-of-pocket costs for the birth control pill last year.

RIP Camille Lepage.

“In order to maintain power in the hands of a certain group of people, you have to create enemies. You have to perpetuate myths.” Fatima Al Qadiri (who Vero previously covered on Feministing Jamz) has smart things to say about stereotypes ...

Colorlines’ new series “Life Cycles of Inequity” explores the ways in which inequity impacts the lives of black men. This infographic is part of a package focused on implicit bias in schools.

“The Lord looks ...

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A heartbreaking video about Missouri’s abortion waiting period legislation:

How U.S. Evangelicals helped build Russia’s anti-LGBT movement.

In an open letter Rinku Sen of Race Forward and many others call on Florida Prosecutor Angela Corey to acknowledge racial bias in cases like Dunn’s and Zimmerman’s.

The U.S. government has launched a pilot program authorizing three Native American tribes to prosecute non-Natives accused of sexual and relationship violence against Natives on tribal land.

Prominent Ugandan activists on how we can support LGBTI Ugandans.

Tim Riggins-inspired poetry (because all 33-related news is feminist. Clearly).

Happy birthday Nina Simone!

A heartbreaking video about Missouri’s abortion waiting period legislation:

How U.S. Evangelicals helped build Russia’s anti-LGBT movement.

In an open letter Rinku Sen of Race Forward and many others call on Florida Prosecutor Angela Corey ...

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