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• Dr. Adrienne Keene takes down the new Washington Post poll. [Native Appropriations]
• Kesha’s Billboard performance is back on! [Colorlines]
• Yesterday’s Google Doodle honored the birthday of Yuri Kochiyama, civil rights activist. [Jezebel]
• Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives literally yelled “Shame!” yesterday when their GOP colleagues undermined a vote to counter an anti-LGBTQ provision in the fiscal year 2017 defense authorization bill. “This is one of the ugliest episodes I’ve experienced in my three-plus years as a member of this House,” said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, the amendment’s author. [Rewire]
• Over and over, Hollywood uses media outlets to engage in endorsements of rape culture. [The Establishment]
• A new report from Human Rights Watch estimates that the military has terminated and stigmatized thousands of survivors of military sexual assault after they filed official complaints about their abuse. The report compiles stories of assaults from 1966 to 2015. [The Cut]
• For every pledge made to practice safe sex, Get On Top will distribute a free condom. Help them reach their goal of 100,000 condoms! [Get on Top]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• This installment of Popaganda is for the punks, poets, radicals, and outliers.
• Why are vasectomy procedures snipped from basic birth control coverage?
• This week’s Douchebag Decree goes to the Russell Amendment, which is meant primarily to override President Obama’s 2014 executive order prohibiting federal contractors from discriminating against people based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
• The Ink Visible project asked five tattoo artists with disabilities to design temporary tats representing their unseen experiences.