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• A TV writer isn’t giving up on her lifelong dream of depicting routine, safe, stigma-free abortion on television. [Cosmopolitan]
• South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley signed a bill yesterday that bans abortions 20 weeks after conception. [The Atlantic]
• Planned Parenthood is gearing up for this election to get people voting and involved. [Fusion]
• This piece about Asian-American actors fighting for visibility in Hollywood is terrific. [The New York Times]
• Queer Kid Stuff is helping to fill in the gap on LGBTQ educational content for young children. [Autostraddle]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• The new documentary Starless Dreams is a compelling portrait of life in a juvenile detention center outside Tehran.
• These podcasts, books, and talks are great starting places for thinking about race and food.
• For students torn between love for their home and the toxicity of “Southern pride,” rebellion is by no means new.
• From Yoko Ono and the Supremes to punk and hardcore, check out these four zines about highlighting women in music.