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New Music Monday: Nire

A dancey track off the debut album from a Queens-born producer and DJ. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about neurodiversity, graffiti, and abortion restrictions.

Jessica Fletcher of "Murder, She Wrote" Is My Anti-Ageism Heroine

Twenty years after the show's final episode, it's still rare to see women like Jessica Fletcher on TV. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Ghostbusters, Feminist Frequency, and liberation through reproductive health care.

Backtalk: Kesha & Abortion Rights

This week, we talk about the Supreme Court hearings on laws like the Texas anti-abortion legislation that have forced all but ten clinics to close in the nation's second largest state. And we discuss a judge's ruling in pop star Kesha's case to get out of her contract with producer Dr. Luke, who she says was abusive and sexually assaulted her. 

In Horror Film "The Witch," Terror Stems from Puritanical Control of Women

The film about supernatural forces holds an all-too-real horror. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about a U.N. fieldtrip, queer teen fiction, and #BlackGirlMagic.

"Wilhemina's War" Reveals How Racism Enables the Modern HIV Epidemic

The documentary is a startling look at HIV/AIDS in the rural South. 

Ask Bear: How Do I Talk to My Partner About Nonmonogamy?

No wonder you're anxious to bring up the topic—our culture tells us relationships only work one way. 

Over 25 Years, Clarice Starling's Impact on Film Heroines Still Resonates

As Silence of the Lambs marks its 25th anniversary, Clarice still stands out onscreen. 

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