• 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.