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• For young Muslims, coming of age in the era of mass surveillance means always wondering who you can trust. [The Intercept]
• The most powerful voters this election, says Rebecca Traister, are women who drive a national political agenda that “seems to become more progressive every day.” [The Cut]
• But the country is clearly far from being altogether progressive: In 2016 legislative sessions so far, politicians have introduced 160 anti-LGBT bills in 31 states. [Advocate]
• Rhianna and Drake dance it out in back-to-back new music videos. [Slate]
• “The world has treated Kesha like it treats drunk girls at parties: it calls them liars.” [The Pool]
• A new book traces the origins of the Ku Klux Klan, the most feared domestic terrorist organization in American history. [Pacific Standard]
• Watch John Oliver take on the ridiculousness of abortion restriction laws. [Last Week Tonight]