On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup
Good morning! Here's what we're reading:
- The Canadian government has approved a reality TV show on border security and immigration raids. A Change.org petition has been started in protest. [The Globe and Mail]
- GLAAD denies the NY Post a press pass to GLAAD Media Awards for failing to discuss their history of anti-trans coverage. [GLAAD]
- The street artist behind the anti–street harassment posters in Brooklyn, Philly, and DC talks about her work and why she does it. [Fast Company]
- Alt-folk artist Michelle Shocked delivered a homophobic rant at a show Sunday night. [Queerty]
- So those mannequins with more realistic body types you might have seen on the internet weren't actually from a Swedish H&M—but they are real! And they are in Sweden! [Quartz]
- The NYPD is now required to do background checks on domestic violence victims, which could now discourage people from calling for help. [Colorlines]
- A writer named Nicole discusses her name in the first post in a series on feminism and names/name changing. [Are Women Human?]
- Legend of Zelda role swap! Watch Princess Zelda battle enemies and defeat Gannon to save the adventurous young Link. (Includes game spoilers.) [via Feminist Frequency]
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