On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup
Welcome to Monday! Here's all the feminist news on our radar this morning.
• Scientists say a baby born with HIV has been cured—if they're right, it's a medical first. [NPR]
• Did your representatives vote for the Violence Against Women Act? Here's the map. [Mother Jones]
• Actress and potential political candidate Ashley Judd talks about being a survivor of rape, three times over. [Mother Jones]
• Female political leaders bring "soft power" to the traditionally macho Balkan states. [Jezebel]
• Yet another vocal homophobe admits to a history of sexual misconduct: This time it's a Cardinal in Scotland. [Advocate]
• NFL! You're not allowed to ask your new recruits whether or not they're gay. Focus on the game! [Colorlines]
• One opinion on Black History Month: The annual celebration of black history now feels irrelevant. [xoJane]
• New book Hard to Get is a "nuanced look at hook-up culture." [AlterNet]
• Oooo... there's a new magazine launching that's about black LGBT culture. [Autostraddle]
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