Tech Conference Features Booth Babes In A Tee Pee, Because Of Course It Does

  • Holy cultural appropriation, nerds! Last week, a tech company erected a teepee at a conference and hired models to dress in faux Native American garb while they hung around outside it. [Indian Country Today Media Network]
  • On the scientific quest to prove bisexuality exists. [NY Times Magazine]
  • Meet Dorothy Irene Height, a feminist and “godmother of the civil rights movement,” and today’s Google Doodle. [Washington Post]
  • The Supreme Court takes up Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit tomorrow, in which the store argues they should not have to provide insurance coverage for birth control. [New York Times]
  • Iconic artist Judy Chicago (“The Dinner Party”) opens up about art world sexism. [ The Cut]
  • Do Americans not like working for female executives? [Think Progress]
  • On the very necessary death of Vogue. [The Hairpin]
  • A bill in Kansas would require doctors to report miscarriages at any state in pregnancy. [Think Progress]
  • A Muslim woman in New Mexico claims she was kicked out of Planet Fitness in 2011 for wearing a headscarf because it didn’t fit with the gym’s dress code. [Jezebel]
  • The singer Dencia from Cameroon was confronted over her skin-lightening cream. [Madame Noire]
  • On The Fault In Our Stars¬†author John Green, gender and publishing. [The Daily Dot]

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