Texas AG Calls For Repeal Of Abortion Court Decision

  • Like clockwork, a Texas Attorney General has asked an appeals court to reinstate the part of a new anti-abortion law which was ruled unconstitutional just yesterday. I’m shocked, shocked! [Reuters]
  • A 13-year-old girl in Pakistan was raped and buried alive by the perpetrators, but luckily she was able to escape. She then sought assistance, although the police have been less than helpful. Everything about this story is extremely disturbing. [TIME]
  • On why it’s more important to worry about a feminist marriage than a feminist wedding. [Talking Points Memo]
  • The first Black homecoming king and queen have been crowned at San Jose State University. [Clutch Magazine]
  • Are poor women in California being overlooked by the state’s supposedly progressive agenda? [Sacramento Bee]
  • Yes, this is really happening: nine states that are campaigning for voter ID laws, including ones that would require women to provide their marriage or divorce certificates. [Mother Jones]
  • A portrait of the first four women on the Supreme Court will be installed at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. [ABC News]
  • British director Antonia Bird, who directed “Face,” “Priest” and “Mad Love,” has died at 54. [Huffington Post]
  • Government support for breastfeeding is not a “threat” to our freedom. [Slate]
  • On how jock culture isn’t rape culture when women are involved in sports. [Jezebel]
  • On “sugar daddy lite” dating sites. [NYMag.com]

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