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On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about #CoverTheAthlete, Twitter, and solutions.

In the Weeds: How Marijuana Policy is Shaping the Election

What do Malia Obama, a Rogue River port-a-potty, the California Secretary of State, and the Drug Enforcement Administration all have in common?

Remembering Good Vibrations Founder Joani Blank, 1937 - 2016

Joani Blank was a visionary go-getter who will be sorely missed.

Backtalk: "Stranger Things" & Women at the Olympics

A spoiler-free conversation about gender and race on Netflix show Stranger Things (Winona!). Amy and Sarah also discuss how female athletes are scrutinized during the Olympic games. Plus: Big news about Amy’s life and some love for Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff.

Opportunity Costs: What the Olympics Show Us About the Economics of Women's Sports

Women who are skilled competitors and elite athletes should have the chance to shine more than once every four years.

BitchTapes: Brazilian Feminist Music

Your Brazilian riot grrrl soundtrack.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Tegan and Sara, Hidden Figures, and Baltimore.

Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff Is Writing A Whole Album About Gentrification

The musician talks about approaching politics, race, and identity in her music. 

Magical Thinking: The Media’s Disturbing Portrayal of Katinka Hosszu’s Relationship with Her Husband and Coach

NBC sports commentators have been criticized for several other gaffes in the past few days that all display a traditional and conservative approach to gender and relationships.

Safe Passage: Access to Abortion in India

By constantly focusing on sex-selective abortions and being careless with language and imagery, Indian media has reinforced existing stigma around abortion in general. 

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