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• #DearNextPresident is compiling videos from women talking about what they want from our next president. Some of the already-existing videos are from Shonda Rhimes, Rebecca Traister, Jenni Konner, and Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, but you can add your own, too. [Fusion]
• Yesterday was Marilyn Monroe’s birthday. This piece by Dipsikha Thakur is a fascinating read on the woman often dismissed by men as a pretty face. [The Establishment]
• Canada’s national anthem “O Canada” might become gender neutral! Right on! [The Advocate]
• This is no surprise, but still terrible: Conservative attacks on voting and abortion restrictions are using similar tactics, slowly eroding the rights of women, people of color, and those with low incomes. [Rewire]
• Why the new film Me Before You is just another example of clichéd representation. [The Guardian]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• What’s better than baby pandas? You.
• In her latest graphic memoir, Turning Japanese, MariNaomi renders the in-between spaces of culture and identity in her distinctly simple yet bold style.
• Steven Universe, the first-ever Cartoon Network show to be created by a woman, challenges TV's gender norms in all sorts of brilliant ways.
• Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly NSFW comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. This week: The ins and outs of sex on your period!