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Population Action really wants you to know that the side effects of birth control include people of all genders living longer and earning more money. Check the infographic for yourself, bruh.
In this clip from the documentary "After Tiller," you never see the faces of the couple, but the doctor's facial expression says it all.
Tracey Spicer's talk at TEDxSouthBankWomen is all about society's unrealistic expectations for women. Also, it is amazing.
All this infographic is telling us is "movies that pass the Bechdel test = $$$."
Listen, care, and support your friends and loved ones if this ever happens to them. Let this PowerPoint help.
In this video from Planned Parenthood, Danielle shares her gut-wrenching story about how a restrictive new Nebraska law devastated their family.
Here's some education-fact-real-talk about the "pop your cherry" myth from video blogger Laci Green. She hopes to dispel some widely held misconceptions about vaginas. We wish all sex education were as fun as this.
"Frozen" just became the first movie directed by a woman to break $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales. Jennifer Lee, one of the directors, wrote an awesome piece in the Los Angeles Times explaining her experiences as a director in a male-dominated industry and why she's tired of the question everyone always asks her. After explaining the dresses and heels and makeup she's forced to fit into, she went on to talk about the part that really matters.
OK, let's give college bulletins and glossy magazines the benefit of the doubt: They're probably seriously concerned with stopping rapes on campuses (and elsewhere). And maybe they sincerely believe that a good way to do that is to suggest some of the steps suggested in artist Cat Del Buono's video.
Comedian Jamie Kilstein thinks we shouldn't joke about violence against women. That view got him notably shunned from the comedy community; other famous comedians weighed in, called him names, it was a whole thing. As a result, he lost a TV deal, promotional gigs, and friends — all because he said rape jokes are bad.
This awesome video was made by Lean In, a non-profit organization, which you can follow on Twitter. Calling all women, men, boys, and girls: Join Sheryl Sandberg, Condoleezza Rice, and Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chavez to take the pledge to Ban Bossy ---> www.banbossy.com
Brooklyn-based artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh wanted to take women's voices and faces and plaster them big and bold in the very same places where this takes place. She's using street art to address gender-based street harassment by taking a place where women feel uncomfortable and turning it into a place where we cannot be ignored.
A comedian's helpfully hilarious health care reminder.
Don't worry, you can watch it in public.