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On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Loretta Lynch, sex workers' rights, and race-bending in fan art. 

Rocking Out With L7

“Any pregnant women in the house?” L7’s Donita Sparks inquired, surveying the crowd. 

"The Mama Sherpas" Shines a Light on the Skills of Midwives

The new documentary explores the role midwives play in improving how Americans deal with pregnancy and birth. 

BitchTapes: Sweat In Your Cardigan

A mash up of current freak folk and experimental indie songs with classic-sounding folksy tunes.

Song Debut: shirlette ammons New Single "Earth Intro"

The song is the first single off shirlette ammon's upcoming album Language Barrier, which she says is all about love as an act of resistance. This song features vocals from the Indigo Girls—the rest of the album also features artists like Meshell Ndegeocello and Amelia Meath of Sylvan Esso.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we are reading about Rosa Clemente, Companion App, and the secret to Connie Britton's gorgeous hair.

Natasha Kmeto's New Album Queers Electronica

Natasha Kmeto’s newest album, Inevitable, is made for queer dance parties. The album is all about coming to terms with her queer identity and falling in love with another woman. Kmeto herself is a champion of musical multi-tasking, an artist who is equal parts electronica, R&B, and soul.

A New Webseries Centers on the Lives of Two Friends—Who Happen to Be Deaf

In an era when “diversity” is becoming a buzzword, “Fridays” stands out as an example of what people should strive for.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Serena and Venus, the new Hulk, and a college sexual assault bill. 

What Would It Look Like to Decriminalize Sex Work? Just Ask New Zealand.

In June 2003, New Zealand became the first country in the world to decriminalize sex work.