On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup

• Colorlines' Jamilah King takes on why we still need to talk about privilege. [Colorlines] 

• Breaking Bad is over! Was the show actually an effective critique of America's horrible healthcare system? [Feministing] 

• Prominent Democrats have effectively quashed a planned CNN documentary on Hillary Clinton—film director Charles Ferguson has given up the project after over 100 people refused to be interviewed.  [Guardian] 

• Sociological Images points out some gendered ads from Brinks Security: briefcases are for men, laundry is for women. [Sociological Images] 

• Writer Tamika Franklin often finds herself facing the question, "How can you like Planned Parenthood when its founder Margaret Sanger was racist?" She responds. [This Week in Blackness]  

• Bitch Flicks rounds up 14 articles about older women on screen, from The First Wives Club to Studio Ghibli's works. [Bitch Flicks] 

• In case you missed it, Shellie Zimmerman says she's doubtful that her soon-to-be-ex-husband is not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin. [Clutch] 

• The New Yorker has a very sweet collection of photos of Edie Windsor and Thea Spyer, the lesbian couple whose marriage led to the victorious Supreme Court case against DOMA. [New Yorker] 

An old photo of the couple, who are wearing bathrobes and staring sweetly at eachother

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Sarah Mirk is Bitch Media's online editor. She's interested in gender, history, comics, and talking to strangers. You can follow her on Twitter

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