On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

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The Supreme Court decided not to rule on a case challenging the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate yesterday. The case is being sent back to a lower court. [Rewire]

• Congratulations, grads! Latina Rebels has been photographing inspirational graduation caps that highlight the struggles of Latinx graduates. They’re gorgeous. [Remezcla]

Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace burned her birth certificate in front of a sold-out crowd in Durham, North Carolina and said, “Goodbye, gender!” while she did it. [Buzzfeed]

A meteorologist was interrupted during a live segment and made to put on a sweater. [Jezebel]

• On the importance of fanfiction for queer youth. [The Establishment]

Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!

• As pop culture is a driving force in 21st century feminism, it has to be critiqued. But Beyoncé's work holds real power.

Shrill is the best kind of memoir, balancing humor with genuine reflection and empathy.

• Can we dub this the “Taco Bowl” backlash?

Shira is a multi-media maker whose name means both “song” and “poem” in Hebrew.


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