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Queer as in F*ck You
Nine Incredible Women To Thank for LGBT Equality.
Madam Secretary Actress Sara Ramirez: Why I Came Out (After My Grey’s Anatomy Character Did!)
Alison Van Uytvanck in Relationship with Fellow Pro Tennis Player, Greet Minnen. This Queer Sculptor Fled Uganda, and Her Art May Save Her Life.
Model Munroe Bergdorf Quits as Labour LGBT Adviser.
When I Left Him for Her — this is by Kristen McCallum, founder of SafeWordSociety.
Mal Ortberg Talks The Toast, The Merry Spinster, and the Joys of Peanut Butter.
Trans Refugees Fled to Greece for a Better Life. They Found Intolerance..
Federal Court Grants Big Win For Transgender People To Change Birth Certificates.
Raising A Rainbow Family: Slowly Becoming Visible.
Tips for Surviving Academia as a Queer Person of Color.
Here’s What It’s Like To Be The Face Of A National Movement When You’re A Senior In High School. < — Emma González
A Federal Court Just Rejected A Funeral Home’s Religious Objections To Employing A Transgender Woman.
The Oscars Were Gay and Latino, Just Like I Am.
Welcome to the Hellmouth
I mean, I wouldn’t even know where to start this week.
International Women’s Day 2018: Protests Across the World as Women Push for Progress — Live Updates.
Overlooked: “Since 1851, obituaries in the New York Times have been dominated by white men. Now, we’re adding the stories of 15 remarkable women.” Includes Sylvia Plath, Ida B. Wells, Marsha P. Johnson, and Ada Lovelace, plus other amazing women.
Rethinking Work-Life Balance for Women of Color.
The Movie Star Who Doubled as a Groundbreaking Inventor.
Elizabeth Acevedo and Sarah Kay on Their New Books, Latinx Representation, and Why Poetry Is Political.
Male Doctors Are Disappearing from Gynecology. Not Everybody Is Thrilled About It.
Which brings us rather neatly to
‘Medical Symptoms That Medicine Can’t Hear’: A Conversation with Maya Dusenbery. “In her new book, Dusenbery provides a comprehensive and much-needed look at how sexism in the medical field is hurting women.” ? ? ?
International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure.
This American Life:
Five Women.”A different kind of #MeToo story, about several women who worked for the same man. They tell us not only about their troubling encounters with him, but also about their lives beforehand. Who were they when they entered the workplace, and how did their personal histories shape the way they dealt with his harassment?”
Would you like a documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsberg? Ok!
What These Women Couldn’t Say Publicly About Sherman Alexie Until Now.
What If #MeToo Had Been Fully Funded Since Day One?
‘Decolonizing’ Roller Derby? Team Indigenous Takes Up the Challenge.
Meet The Litas: Manila’s All-women Motorbike Community.
When Nice Nails Could Change Lives.
David Hogg Is Mad as Hell.
Saw This, Thought of You
Appalachia Isn’t Trump Country.
Unschooling: Why More Black Families Are Joining This Radical Education Movement.
Amazon Confirms That Some Alexa Units Have Begun Creepily Laughing for No Goddamn Reason. I have since unplugged my Alexa.