On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Happy Monday!

Beyoncé’s Lemonade is here and the world will never be the same. [The New Yorker]

Ellen Malcolm on founding Emily's List, electing pro-choice Democratic women to state and national office, and the power of women. [Lenny]

Wagatwe Wanjuki writes a letter to the college administrators who expelled her after her sexual assaults. [The Establishment]

• Big news for the dictionary world! Merriam-Webster announced that it added the words "cisgender" and "genderqueer" to its unabridged dictionary. [Vox]

To menstruate or not to menstruate…in space? [The Atlantic]

 

Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!

• You've heard of Chaka Khan and Grace Jones. But this BitchTape digs deep, highlighting funk and soul performers who are have been overlooked.

• A letter from 1987 proves Ursula K. Le Guin has always been a badass.

• From a teenager farmworker in Seattle to the only abortion clinic in Mississippi, Popaganda stories about going above and beyond.   

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