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• A judge just ruled that the 2005 deposition of Bill Cosby — in which Cosby admits, on the record, to obtaining drugs with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with — can be used in the criminal case against him. [ThinkProgress]

• An Elector explains why he won’t be casting his vote for Donald Trump. [The New York Times]

Beyoncé is the most nominated female artist in Grammy history, but are you surprised? Congrats to the Queen! [Complex]

• Texas’s newest version of the pamphlet that abortion providers are legally required to give to their patients is full of lies. [The Cut]

• Solange talks about the microaggressions that inspired A Seat at the Table. [Colorlines]

• How white supremacist hatred drives acts of violence against powerful women. [Salon]

• This short animated documentary, “Flying While Fat,” presents the voices of fat passengers as they explain the challenges of fitting into spaces that exclude them both socially and materially.

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• If UBC’s handling of Galloway’s case shows a lack of transparency, it has at least made one thing very, very clear: Our literary heroes do not always stand up to scrutiny in the times when we need them the most.

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