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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.”

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about bicycle brigades, workplace sex discrimination, and Kate Nash.

15 Latina Activists Who Inspire Me

Out of the countless Latinas who have impacted my life and politics, I’ve put together this list of activists who inspire me. In honor of Women’s History Month, here are 15 women who have dedicated their lives to unwavering advocacy and trailblazing.

Backtalk: Donald Trump & Feminism in the Food Industry

This week, the big news is that Republicans are turning on Donald Trump, putting together a viral ad about some of the most sexist things he's said. We also discuss race and gender at the James Beard Awards and how the restaurant industry is a hotbed of sexual harassment.  

BitchTapes: Indoor Kids

A playlist for alone times, low times, and slow times.

12 Female-Fronted Bands We Love at SXSW

From the 2,100 bands playing this week at SXSW, music critic Katie Presley highlights bubblegum pop, up-and-coming stars, and the best synth keyboard you'll hear in 2016. Despite its overwhelming size, SXSW is still largely a festival of discovery. 

The Brilliant Sadness of Bojack Horeseman

The Netflix show subverts the sitcom narrative, embracing darkness and lack of resolution. The characters on Bojack Horseman evolve nicely over the show’s two seasons. They don’t become stronger or better by fixing their flaws, but rather by admitting these flaws exist.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Michelle Obama, Wendy Davis, and Mitski.

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