• What if music critics wrote about male musicians the way they often write about female musicians? Tacocat bandmates Bree McKenna and Emily Nokes have this spot-on parody of “Men Who Rock.” [The Stranger]
• The ACLU filed a federal lawsuit against Michigan for a discriminatory law that makes it impossible for many transgender people to get new IDs. [RH Reality Check]
• Female soccer players are getting the short shrift at the upcoming World Cup, but at least they’re making a dent in the world of video games: The hugely popular EA Sports game FIFA 16 will finally feature female players. [BBC]
• Speaking of soccer, going after corruption in the highest levels of FIFA has been a stunning debut for Loretta Lynch into the international spotlight. [Politico]
• A lot of people face street harassement when they’re still teens. Today on Twitter, people are sharing their experiences of when they were #firstharassed. [Twitter]
• Your history lesson for the day: The hard-working history of America’s hoboes. [Collector’s Weekly]
• Musician Sammus has a powerful new song called “Three-Fifths.” The song will be featured on the soundtrack of the upcoming indie film Rodney. Give it a listen. [Soundcloud]
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