- Yesterday, a federal judge ruled that Idaho’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional because it violates the equal protection clause of the Constitution. The order will take effect at 9 a.m. on Friday, although the state may appeal the decision before then. [CNN, Think Progress]
- A “rapists on campus” list is being handed around Columbia University, just after the university began scrubbing lists of alleged rapists off bathroom stalls on campus. [Jezebel]
- One mother tells how she explained to her daughter the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls by Islamist extremists. [NYmag.com]
- Jill Abramson, the first-ever woman to be the executive editor of The New York Times, is suddenly being replaced. She was hired for the position in 2011. [New York Times]
- New research has found that women are interrupted more, even by other women. [The New Republic]
- Director Jane Campion, the only woman to ever win the prestigious Palm d’Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival, is speaking out about sexism at the festival. [Reuters]
- Judith Cummings, the first Black woman to head a national news bureau at The New York Times, died at 68. [New York Times]
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