Women In The Workplace Is “A Problem,” Says Morocco’s Prime Minister

  • The Prime Minister of Morocco recently spoke out against advancements for women, bemoaning how us ladies aren’t embracing the “sacred status that God gave to women” by finding “time to get married, to be mothers, or to educate their children.” Society, it is crumbling. [New York Times]
  • NBC allegedly refused to air ads for the film “Obvious Child” that contained the word ‘abortion.’ [Page Six]
  • The Presbyterian Church has voted to change the definition of marriage to mean between “two people” and to allow ministers to perform same-sex marriages where it is legal. [New York Times]
  • Here’s Hillary Clinton’s conversation with NPR’s show “Fresh Air.” [NPR]
  • The federal government has extended the available marriage benefits for same-sex couples. [Guardian UK]
  • California’s sterilization of female inmates is fucking scary. [Jezebel]
  • How Washington, D.C. finally stopped punishing sex workers for carrying condoms. [Citylab]
  • The European country of Luxembourg has legalized same sex marriage. [Washington Post]
  • On a Jewish girl causing problems in the ultra-Orthodox church. [The Toast]
  • Stephanie Kwolek, the chemist who created the materials in Kevlar body armor, has died at 90. [NPR]

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