On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Happy Tuesday!

• At a Humane Society gala, Kesha performed Lady Gaga's song about sexual assault from the film The Hunting Ground, “Til It Happens to You.” [ELLE]

The Boston Globe’s Spotlight Team (the same reporting unit that won a Pulitzer Prize for its clergy sexual abuse investigation) has a new report on sexual abuse in New England private schools, finding that among 67 New England private schools, over the past 25 years, more than 200 students have accused private-school authorities of sexual abuse or sexual harassment. [The Boston Globe]

Death to the all-male panel! Yes! [The Cut]

• When we teach girls about “anger management,” it should include teaching girls that it is okay to feel angry. [Role Reboot]

• Lindy West on the lie of the perfect body. [The Guardian]

Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!

• “It’s a truly amazing time to be a headless female body part in Hollywood!” proclaims the Tumblr project Headless Women of Hollywood.

The web series Anarkali explores what it's like for brown girls to date in the diaspora.

• Full of layered harmonies and jangly guitar, the band Susan’s music feels like a soundtrack for a long scenic drive with all of the windows down.

• Don't let Austen exhaustion keep you from this entirely delightful new film adaptation of her novella, Love & Friendship.

• U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said bathroom bills are “state-sanctioned discrimination” in a press conference announcing that the Justice Department will be suing North Carolina for civil rights violations

green and blue gradient background with the words "bitch HQ" in the center

You’re reading a post from the Bitch Media HQ Crew!

Get Bitch Media's top 9 reads of the week delivered to your inbox every Saturday morning! Sign up for the Weekly Reader:

0 Comments Have Been Posted

Add new comment