Here's all the news we're reading today:
• The Supreme Court's decision to nix the 35-foot protest-buffer zone outside abortion clinics painted the right-to-life protesters as merely friendly "counselors" who want to help women. [Boston Globe]
• The FBI has seized and shut down the online forums of sex worker network Myredbook, which sex workers had been using to discuss issues around staying safe, screening clients, and blacklisting predators. [The Toast]
• The Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby case—about whether employers can decide to not offer insurance coverage for birth control for religious reasons—is expected any day. Here are four things news coverage gets wrong about the case. [Media Matters]
• A mom put together this little sex-positive list that's helpful for anyone, really: "11 things I want my 21-year-old daughter to know about having sex without shame." [xoJane]
• These photos of San Francisco Pride Parades in the 1980s and early 90s are just wonderful. [Mother Jones]
• Internet cute-dress store Modcloth is encouraging fashion designers and retailers to create and sell more plus-size clothing, noting that there are more American women who wear a size 16 than sizes 0, 2, and 4 combined. [Business Insider]
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