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Irish women will strike if a referendum on an abortion ban isn’t held. [The Mary Sue]

• Horror anthology XX hopes to serve up a feminist perspective on frights. [The Los Angeles Times] 

Planned Parenthood rallies are happening all over the country this weekend. [The Cut]

• Journalist Jeremy Scahill is refusing to appear on Real Time with Bill Maher alongside Milo Yiannopoulos. [Flavorwire]

• Oh great, the literal American horror story we are living in right now is going to be the subject of the next season of American Horror Story. [Teen Vogue]

• Check out these photos from the “Day Without Immigrants” marches that took place across America. [Fusion]

This special election is giving us hope. [Refinery 29]

• The White House comment line is back up! (202) 456-1111.

• In this Popaganda: History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past. And that story changes depending on who's doing the telling.

• We're here to work against the clean, mainstream, for-profit media narrative of calling ourselves feminists and then calling it a day.

• The problem with talking about race and racism is that it forces us (white and non-white alike) to recognize our complicity in a far deeper problem. It would mean we are in a shared struggle not just to defeat this administration. In short, it would mean we are in a revolution.

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