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Let It Flow! NYC Funds Free Pads And Tampons for All Schools, Jails, and Shelters

Access to menstrual products is a basic human need. NYC is making it a reality.

 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the McConaissance, and the NFL.

The Laws Are Struck Down, but the Tragic Impact of Texas's Abortion Laws Remain

Think of the people who've suffered over the past three years as clinics have shuttered.

Egged On: The commodified altruism of the assisted-reproduction industry

Paid egg donation is often framed as a miraculous, even selfless, act when in reality it is a big business that hinges on well-oiled marketing and recruitment practices.

Black Homes Matter: San Francisco’s Gentrification & the Fight to Save Midtown Park Apartments

Midtown residents have been on a rent strike since August 2015 and are refusing to pay the hikes in rent. This is the largest rent strike in San Francisco since 1978, when Ed Lee, the current mayor of San Francisco, organized residents of the Ping Yuen housing project in Chinatown.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about SCOTUS, Jesse Williams, and ableism.

New Music Monday: Dreamy Folk Artist Rae Fitzgerald

Check out the premiere of a new video from queer folk artist Rae Fitzgerald.

Your "Orange Is the New Black" Reading List

Five books about gender, prison, and the justice system.

Yes! The Supreme Court Agrees: Texas Abortion Restrictions Are A Burden on Women

This decision is a game-changer, say reproductive rights advocates. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about "Freedom," panties, and the sociology of Brexit.

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