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Photo of the Day: Moroccans march for gender equality

TweetThis weekend, hundreds of protestors marched in Rabat to demand that Morocco implement a constitutional guarantee of gender equality. Tweet
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Photos of the Day: “A celebration of those who choose to exist outside of the binary”

Tweet I’m loving this portrait series by photographer Meg Allen exploring “the butch aesthetic, identity and presentation of female masculinity” today. The project began with photos of her friends in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco, and Allen describes her motivation like this: It is a celebration of those who choose to exist and identify outside of the binary; [...]
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Photos of the Day: Cute little kids posed as important women from history

TweetThis is just what I needed to get going this Monday morning. In her “Because of Them, We Can” project, photographer Eunique Jones features little kids posed as groundbreaking women throughout history. The project started last year in honor of Black History Month (check out that series too for the cutest little Rosa Parks you ever saw) as [...]
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Photo of the Day: Pizzeria discriminates against AZ legislators

TweetYesterday Arizona tried to cement its reputation for passing the worst, most bigoted legislation when the State House and Senate approved a “right to discriminate” bill designed to legalize discrimination against LGBTQ people on religious grounds. It now heads to Tea Party Governor Jan Brewer – gee, I wonder if she’ll sign it. Rocco’s Little [...]
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Photo of the Day: The lady motorbike gangs of Morocco

TweetWell, not so much biker gangs as working women commuting around their city, but still pretty cool.  Tweet
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