Thursday, April 17, 2014

Morning Coffee (4/17/14)

Good news: Judge overturns North Dakota’s 6-week abortion ban

If you've been online in the past day, you've probably heard about the New York Times piece on the Jameis Winston case, but here it is just in case.

This whole study is worth a read if you have time: Girls View Sexual Violence as Normal

"The confident may end up being more successful than the competent, but is that dubious form of power worth striving for?"

Phyllis Schlafly thinks "The best way to improve economic prospects for women is to improve job prospects for the men in their lives, even if that means increasing the so-called pay gap." Which is not surprising of her, but . . . wow.

Here's the answer to why William Shatner has been live-tweeting the CW.

9 questions you’re too embarrassed to ask about normcore

Here's the promo for that new reality show in which they're telling American women they can marry Prince Harry, and it looks so ridiculous that I'm going to be tempted to watch, and . . . darn it, they're winning.

I've never quite understood the concept of "training" bras, but this teen girl-run company is fascinating and the owner is saying a lot of good things.

History’s Smuggest Brides: Vintage Engagement Photos That Perfectly Embody The Spirit Of “I Got Mine”

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