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• Check out this personal essay that starts with the Quiverfull movement and ends with NARAL Pro-Choice America. [Glamour]
• Amazing! The first episode of NPR’s Code Switch podcast is here! First topic: Why is it so hard to talk about whiteness? [NPR]
• Professor and activist Kimberlé Crenshaw, #SayHerName, and raising awareness about the number of women and girls killed by law enforcement officers. [The Guardian]
• Yes, Margaret Cho and Awkwafina! [Colorlines]
• Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, and biphobia. [The Mary Sue]
• This is a fascinating history of 20th-century eugenics beliefs and ideas about Southern white womanhood. [Rewire]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• We forgive our male heroes even when they’re flawed, aimless brutes. But if they're female? Forget it.
• Babeland workers hope that joining a union and negotiating a contract will provide added job security and allow them to raise concerns about workplace harassment without fear of retaliation.
• A school board in Oregon voted down a plan to have school-based health clinics distribute birth control. Who will think of the children?!