Cardinal Dolan: Women Can Get Birth Control “At 7-11″

  • Catholic Cardinal Dolan said non-religious businesses shouldn’t be required to cover contraception in their health care plans, because women can get their birth control at “7-11 or any shop on any street in America.” Didn’t you know? They keep the Loestrin on the grill right next to the taquitos. [Raw Story]
  • Female soldiers of color are criticizing the Army’s new ban on popular hairstyles. [New York Times]
  • The War On Drugs is zeroing in on women. [Clutch Magazine]
  • On growing up without gendered pronouns. [Medium]
  • Lawmakers are going after sexual abuse at as many angles as possible. [New York Times]
  • Female executives still don’t end up in leadership positions. [Think Progress]
  • Why are the showrunners on “Game Of Thrones” rewriting the show to be more misogynistic than the books? [AV Club]
  • A comics retailer says women are the fastest growing demographic. [The Mary Sue]
  • MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry is joining Wake Forest University as a Presidential Chair of politics and international studies. [Clutch Magazine]
  • Doris Pilkington Garimara, an Aboriginal writer whose book inspired the 2002 movie “Rabbit-Proof Fence,” died at age 79. [New York Times]

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