On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup

We're kicking off the week with news of protests and television for toddlers. Woop! 

• Seven solutions for ending the gender wage gap. [New York Times] 

• And seven ways to personally call out sexism and racism, in light of the Adria Richards dust-up. [Colorlines] 

• Fewer female tourists are visiting India, possibly because of the high-profile gang rapes. [Guardian] 

• While we're hoping the Supreme Court will approve same-sex marriage, Russia's President Putin is trying to make it illegal for same-sex couples to adopt kids. [Autostraddle] 

• New show "Married to Medicine" features two black female doctors, but viewers say it paints a nasty portrait. [Atlantic] 

• What's big in television for toddlers these days? Out with Dora the Explorer, in with the princess. [New York Times] 

• Good news for anyone with a job: New York will require paid sick days. [PolicyMic] 

• Idaho's abortion restrictions are rules unconstitutional, but that doesn't mean all women now have access to abortion. [RH Reality Check]

• Is "Lean In" a brand of feminism "devoid of social justice"? [Al Jazeera] 

• Feminists don't hate men, we can't stand individual dudes who complain about the erosion of "men's rights." [Jezebel]

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