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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.
• Can we dub this the “Taco Bowl” backlash?
• Shira is a multi-media maker whose name means both “song” and “poem” in Hebrew.