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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: How Churches Are Handling the Coronavirus Pandemic

What responsibilities do pastors owe to their congregants to keep them safe?

Immunocompromised Teachers Are on the Frontlines of Coronavirus

The safety of all citizens—regardless if they are living with disabilities, have compromised immune systems, or are able-bodied teens—should be prioritized over a business or institution’s bottom-line.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Restaurants Won't Survive without a Bailout

The coronavirus pandemic is uniquely poised to take down the restaurant industry as we know it.

11 Podcasts Feminists Should Listen to While Social Distancing

Since your tastes are as varied as ours, we hope there’s something in here for everyone.

Fixed It For You!: Joe Biden Offers a Woman Vice President As a Little Treat

“There are a number of women who are qualified to be president tomorrow.”

Love No Limit Is a Space for Radical, Expansive Conversations about Love

It will be a safe space where we can discover, together, how we can find, foster, and harbor the most radical kinds of joy within our hearts, minds, and bodies.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Free Opera for All

“We’d like to provide some grand opera solace to opera lovers in these extraordinarily difficult times,” said Met General Manager Peter Gelb.

Stephanie Wrobel on Writing a Monstrous Mother

We have less sympathy for perpetrators when their illness hurts someone else. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Republicans Tried to Sneak Abortion Restrictions into Coronavirus Bill

As lawmakers neared a deal on a coronavirus rescue package, a few roadblocks emerged. Among them: Republican attempts to wedge anti-choice restrictions into the House’s relief bill.

Cover the Coronavirus without Being an Ableist Asshole

Our current discourse reinforces the reality that some of our lives are more deserving of being fraught with worry and risk, but warding off coronavirus is on all of us.

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