The most compelling stories from our favorite sources.
“I fight for you in your capacity as a woman whose body is scrutinised and policed every moment of your life.” Lindy West drops the mic on Nicole Arbour and her pedestrian and downright hateful “entertaining” viral vid.
Just when we thought our love for Tami T. couldn’t get any deeper.
Did Harper Lee write another novel about the murder of a serial killer pastor in Alabama? It certainly seems so.
If these children are our future, we’re gonna be just fine.
“For unmarried women in China…a visit to the gynecologist is a scarlet letter of sorts.” Roseann Lake’s piece on Jezebel reveals the international loadedness of a routine procedure most of us take for granted.
At Talking Points Memo, Sarah Posner in-depth story digs in to the ministry that, in the wake of Josh’s sexual abuse scandal, the Duggars have been suspiciously secretive about.
Jessica Valenti’s convincing argument at The Guardian for the eradication of comments.
“Inviting women to feel shame and guilt for their abortions isn’t a mercy; it’s cruelty.” At the New York Times, Jill Filipovic exposes the Catholic Church’s new policy for what it really is.
And will hopefully think twice about asking an asinine question the next time he holds court with one of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen.
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