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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet An early contender for best video of 2013, IMHO. Oh look, the House GOP is still refusing to pass an inclusive Violence Against Women Act. Who else cried through the entire Parks and Rec wedding? Alyssa has some great thoughts about Leslie and Ben’s relationship compared to Liz and Criss’s. Wow, Law and Order, not cool. If you [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Feminist group FORCE installed a temporary memorial recognizing survivors of sexual assault in front of the Lincoln Memorial. The top 1% got 121% of income gains since 2009. Pick-up artists try to hit on a robot horse, and it’s hilarious/sad. “Society tells us young men can’t think of women as role models, unless they’re a family member, [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Our own Miriam Perez explains the power of reproductive justice. Vanity Fair continues to believe there are no people of color in Hollywood. Sarah Nicole Prickett offers a counter-point to Ann’s piece on the word “lady.” Most people of all genders would prefer an egalitarian division of labor within their marriages. But most women would [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweethttp://youtu.be/dfbqBitMPRw Happy Super Bowl/Beyonce Day! A teacher asks her high school students to make a list of their favorite feminist celebrities. A new study finds 35% of straight women, 43.8% of lesbian women, and 61.1% of bisexual women have experienced rape, physical violence, or stalking by a partner at some point in their lives. Many [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweethttp://youtu.be/QDz-rSVj_e4 Happy birthday, Etta James. Good news: Domestic violence screenings will now be covered under Obamacare. How the concept of modesty hurts trans and intersex people. Morocco is planning to change the law that allows rapists to avoid charges if they marry their victims. NPR erases trans people from the history of Stonewall. Trans people in Sweden will no [...]
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