: For people who might not have the physical ability or stamina to join Saturday’s marches and rallies, activists created the Disability March so participants can participate virtually.
, people can post their pictures and share why they’re marching.
Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks performed “Daddy Lessons” at the Country Music Awards. This NPR article reflects about the significance of the act, while another article discusses the backlash of negative comments about the performance on social media. See the performance here, or listen to the studio version here.
Glamour magazine names Emily Doe woman of the year, and she writes an eloquent update about her life after Brock Turner’s conviction and short sentence, and what it means to be a survivor.
A trial on male birth control shots was cut short due to side effects. These side effects are similar to many of the side effects women who take hormonal birth control. experience. This article from the Atlantic discusses the different stakes of male and female birth control.
About a woman who took a year off to find love and wrote about her experiences.
Do parents invade their children’s privacy when they post photos of them online? This NPR article discusses and investigates this question.
In the United States, Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th. How an elementary school teacher taught her students about the electoral process through teaching them about the election of 1800. Time magazine ranks the “dirtiest elections” in U.S. history and discusses how the current election compares. Variety shares the livestreams and updates that will be available on election day.
Ten Things I’ve Learned About Trauma. An important read for anyone who has experienced trauma and their loved ones.
Marzi of Introvert Doodles created a chart of a dilemma that introverts sometimes (er, often?) face: when to go out and when to stay in.
About an artist who painted her circle of women at the turn of the 20th century.
In Colombia, a peace deal brings 52 years of conflict to an end.
About the strategy Obama’s female staffers took to make sure their voices were heard.