- Patricia Doninger, the hearing master that ignored Monica Contreras pleas after an alleged sexually assault by a court marshal, is no longer employed by the Clark Country Family Courts. [8 News Now]
- The Supreme Court is set to rule on a case originally filed by Abigail Fisher, a young woman who claimed that she was denied admission to the University of Texas because she is white. However, many studies have shown that white women have benefited disproportionately within the working world thanks to affirmative action. [TIME]
- In Texas, two female inmates are suing three Live Oak County sheriffs after sharing disturbing information about the “rape camp” that was occurring in the county jail. According to the inmates, many girls had been sexually assaulted and humiliated by the various jailers. [The Raw Story]
- How cool is Phillips Academy Andover senior Tyler Olkowski, class of ’13, who penned this op-ed about sports culture on school campuses? [Feministing]
- An 18-year-old girl chopped her father’s head off after he repeatedly raped her in their Papua New Guinea village. The girl is not being turned over to the police because the district leaders believe the father’s death “is justified by his ‘evil’ crimes.” [New York Daily News]
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