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Amid All the Hubbub Over the Presidential Race, Abortion Restrictions Slip Into State Legislatures

A new law in Indiana requires abortion providers to pay for the cremation or burial of all fetal materials. What?! 

SXSW Interactive: The Ultimate Experience in Branded Reality

Learn how much fun branded rebellion can be!

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about cuisine, higher education, and Kansas.

Meet Shine Squad, A Group of Women Shining Light on Sexism in Progressive Spaces

“It’s assumed that we’re better or beyond these kinds of problems, when in fact it’s pervasive in subtle and overt kinds of ways."

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about untested rape kits, boat races, and the technology revolution.

Musician Imani Coppola Talks Frankly About Race, Gender, and Experimental Music

The eclectic artist describes herself as "part witch" and her musical inspiration as the Spice Girls. 

Five Books About Black Women You Should Read All Year Round

Excellent books to top your to-read list.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about yarn-bombing, privacy laws, and Zubik v. Burwell.

Julien Baker Discusses the Joys of Writing Very Sad Songs

The singer-songwriter gets deep about heartbreak, queer identity, and addiction. 

New Music Monday: Mulligrub

I love the way Mulligrub describes themselves: “Bittersweet but mostly bitter.”

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