Here's what's on our Tuesday radar...
• Today is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Check out this list of events to see if there is one happening near you. [Red Umbrella Project]
• Tara Conley traces the role social media played in getting justice for Renisha McBride, the 19-year-old who was killed on a stranger's doorstep. [Media Make Change]
• Despite the stereotype, women are more likely to be victims of birth control sabotage than to do it themselves. And in terms of legal recourse, there is a lot of grey area. [The Daily Beast]
• What it's like when you don't have a story about losing your virginity. [The Toast]
• Sexpert Betty Dodson talks second wave feminism, Eve Ensler's appropriation, and her memoir. [Truth-out]
• Did Charles Dickens plagiarize A Christmas Carol from Lowell mill girls? Two scholars believe he might have. [Boston Globe]
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