• In an interview released Monday by the Florida State Attorney's Office, a woman told authorities that George Zimmerman had molested her for years and often made negative comments about black people. [Huffington Post]
But some people have managed to sort out their emotions into solid analysis of the verdict and trial. What is emerging is a narrative that this verdict is a high-profile example of flaws in our justice system that perpetuate racial bias.
Here's all the feminist news on our radar this Monday:
• Today is the 50th anniversary of President JFK signing the Equal Pay Act. As we know, a wage gap endures, with women making just under 80 percent what men make for full-time work, but there has been some major progress: Education now outweighs gender as a determinant of wages. [NPR, New York Times]
• Last week, a story went viral about a Texas court saying it's okay to shoot a prostitute who doesn't have sex with you. But RH Reality Check says that's a misreading of the verdict. [RH Reality Check]