Changes On Rehtaeh Parsons’ Wikipedia Page Are Being Traced To The Canadian Defence Department

  • Someone in the Canadian Defence Department has been editing Rehtaeh Parsons’ Wikipedia page to imply that Parsons’ father believed that she had had consensual sex with the two boys who were later convicted child pornography in her case. (Huffington Post)
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  • The Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services have reprimanded the Massachusetts DCFS for removing a baby from a home on the grounds that its mother has a mild disability. (The Daily Beast)
  • What’s the perception of menstruation in India? (CNN)
  • Fresh Off the Boat’s Constance Wu: “We shouldn’t be a voice for all Asians. We’re such a varied group.” (TIME)
  • Some women are trying to reclaim the word “slut,” but can it be done? (Flavorwire)
  • Why are men still the dominant presence on Sunday political shows? (Cosmopolitan)

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