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• The Queen of Teen Suspense, Lois Duncan, died yesterday at the age of 82. She is the author of I Know What You Did Last Summer among many other amazing books that sparked the imaginations of many creepy youngsters. [NPR]
• Did you know there are pro-choice Satanists who are fighting to protect abortion rights in Missouri? They’ve been counter-protesting at anti-choice rallies and filed a lawsuit against the state of Missouri on behalf of one of their members who was forced to wait 72 hours to get an abortion because of the state’s mandatory waiting periods. [Broadly]
• Yeay/Boo! Orphan Black has been renewed for a fifth and final season. [The Hollywood Reporter]
• The Washington Post asked eight graphic designers to submit their dream restroom sign of the future—check them out! [The Washington Post]
• Read this essay about fear, bravery, and queer touch. [Feministing]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• The British artist Laura Mvula's new album hums like a powerful #BlackGirlMagic anthem.
• The 25-year-old biracial punk poet Mitski’s raw voice and fuzzy guitar guide listeners through the low times.
• In this episode of Popaganda: History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past.