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Quote of the Day: “Being who you are can take practice”

TweetIt’s no secret that I’m a huge Brittney Griner fan. And she continues to impress with this lovely piece in Cosmo – an excerpt from her new memoir – about her “big, long process” of coming out and growing into her own identity. Tweet
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“Those who seek to deny love are our enemies, and we wish them nothing but failure.”

TweetIf you try to visit OKCupid using Firefox, whose parent company Mozilla just got a new CEO who supported California’s Prop 8, this is the message you get: Tweet
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Quote of the Day: State of the Union edition

Tweet“Today, women make up about half our workforce. But they still make 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. That is wrong, and in 2014, it’s an embarrassment. Tweet
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Quote of the Day: Bill O’Reilly said something hateful and transphobic because it’s a day ending in Y

TweetBill O’Reilly is a bigot. Bill O’Reilly is an overall unpleasant human being. Bill O’Reilly still has a television show. Bill O’Reilly still gets ridiculously high ratings. Bill O’Reilly still gets those ratings despite, or perhaps because of, the fact he says really absurd, hateful things, such as this: “Do you see what I’m saying [...]
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Quote of the Day: “Is this okay to say to a person?”

TweetDrawing on interviews with our own Jos and Feministing friend Janet Mock, Poynter has compiled nine useful tips for journalists writing about trans folks.  Tweet
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