Weekly round-up and open thread
Shiha Kaur // 21 July 2014
Welcome to this week’s round-up and open thread. The following are links that we have found that might interest you. If you have found anything that you think other readers will enjoy, please add links in the comments section below. As usual, please note that a link here doesn’t imply endorsement or agreement, and some links might be triggering.
Why women’s aid is no safe haven for trans staff(Gay Star News)
Most rapists and murderers aren’t ill. Don’t call misogynists “mad” (Feminist Times)
Rapists aren’t monsters (and that’s why they’re scary) – on the Cards Against Humanity creator’s response to being accused of rape (The World of Lilith T. Bell) There is a statement from the woman alleging rape in the above case.
Why does everyone feel so sorry for men accused of being predators? (The Guardian)
Bounty Mutiny victory for Mumsnet: sales reps should be banned from NHS maternity wards (Telegraph)
10 reasons to fight the ‘Assisted Dying’ Bill (Disabled People Fight Back)
An Orthodox Brooklyn clothing line shared a photo of a woman in a hijab and their customers flipped out (The Village Voice Blogs)
The attack by self-identified radical feminists on trans people’s participation in feminism and the LGBT movement has never been a response to any bad behavior by trans women or trans men. (The Advocate)
Men only?! A couple experience gender discrimination at a Sikh holy site (Kaur Life)
Single mothers ‘do just as good a job as couples’ (Guardian)
Photo shows a street art stencil of a woman and a priest. They are having a tug of war over a key. The woman has a keyhole in her stomach area. The figures are in black against a white background. Photo taken by Denis Bocquet
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