On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup
Good morning! Today is a big day for marriage equality. So much to read!
• The Supreme Court is taking up the case of marriage equality and it's entirely unclear what they'll decide. Feministing breaks down the arguments in the court against marriage equality so far and Mother Jones lists out the seven worst things Justice Scalia has ever said about queer folks. [New York Times, Feministing, Mother Jones]
• Which politicians came around to same-sex marriage and when? A helpful timeline. [Mother Jones]
• Here's one convert: Apparently Bill O'Reilly is now "fine" with same-sex marriage. [Towlerod]
• Marriage equaity has been a long time coming: Check out this video of a 1971 protest at New York City's marriage bureau. [Atltantic]
• The Doctor Who series doesn't have any female writers—what's wrong with the gender balance in Hollywood? [Guardian]
• "I deserve to be naked if I want to": Margaret Cho has a great piece on being told her body is disturbing others in a Korean bath house. [Jezebel]
• A Canandian HPV awareness campaign includes an angle that women should get vaccinated in case someone rapes them. [Gender Focus]
• Today in small victories: The creators of a Kickstarter campaign to create a manga about "the world's best ho" apologized and cancelled their project. [Kickstarter]
• Today Show anchor Jenna Wolf has come out as gay, just in time to announce that she and her partner are having a baby. [Queerty]
• And finally: Imaginging the rejection letters from publishing houses for classic Victorian novels. [The Rumpus]
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