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Which Companies Got Called Out for Sexist Super Bowl Ads?

Super Bowl 50, AKA the pre-and post-show for Beyoncé’s halftime performance, was culturally unavoidable. Of course, the Super Bowl is the biggest advertising platform of the year—and is often the domain of playing up tired cliches for laughs. This year, people called out sexism in the Super Bowl ads on the hashtag #NotBuyingIt. 

You Shared, We Listened: What We Learned From Our Audience Survey

Thousands of folks weighed in, and we’ve got more than a few things to share with you that we find fascinating. 

New Music Monday: Laura Jean Anderson

The singer-songwriter's debut EP sounds like "one glimmer of hope" in the midst of depression. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Beyoncé, Beyoncé, and also Beyoncé. 

The CDC's New Alcohol Guidelines Treat Women as "Pre-Pregnant"

What year is this, again? The agency recommends that doctors tell sexually active women to refrain from drinking or get on birth control.

BitchTapes: Asylum

A mixtape for people struggling with mental health—you are not alone. 

The Transphobia is Out There

Transphobic jokes marred an otherwise delightful X-Files episode.

"No Mas Bebés" Retraces the Stories of Mexican Women Who Were Sterilized Without Consent

In the 1970s, the LA county hospital sterilized the women after they gave birth by C-Section. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about a "pharma bro," Black cosplay, and queering your taxes. 

Backtalk: Super Bowl & Iowa Caucus

Sarah and Amy are still undecided between Hillary and the Bern. What about you?

Queerer House

Long before there were any openly queer women on TV, Full House's D.J. Tanner was my first love.

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