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Must Reads for the Week of January 10

NewsIt’s 2014, so let’s start the year with an amazing video by Jeremy Loveday answering the famous question, “What Women Have Been Asking for Centuries”.

This week we are shocked to learn that Wall Street Journal endorses sexist commentaries by its own Op-Ed contributor while reading an important article from a journalist about online harassments and its effects on women’s status on the Internet.

A mother shares her advice of why we shouldn’t call girls ‘bad-ass’ and we learn from a woman why we should change the way we approach women of all shapes and sizes, even the skinny ones!

Ten powerful photographs of quotes said to sexual assault survivors will bring you tears, while a fashion designer’s powerful message about violence against women will run shivers down your spine.

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  1. Here is why we shouldn’t call girls who bust through gender stereotypes , ‘bad-ass’.
     
  2. Sergeant David Levins from the Crewe Neighourhood Policing Unit, shares his firsthand experience helping victims of domestic violence.
     
  3. Fashion Designer uses her mannequins to send a powerful message about violence against women.
     
  4. A woman who naturally stays skinny, explains the downside of her size and urges the public to change the way they approach people of all shapes and sizes.
     
  5. Ten powerful photographs portraying quotes said to sexual assault survivors by their friends and family.
     
  6. Shocking! Here are James Taranto’s , Wall Street Journal’s Op-Ed contributor, most offensive and sexist appearances. 
     
  7. An excellent read on gendered harassment online and its severe implications for women’s status on the Internet.
     
  8. 7 Cowardly Words from a Totally Sexist Stranger Sparked this Courageous Response.
     
  9. If a man asks What Women Have Been Asking for Centuries, will men finally listen? Here is a message from Jeremy Loveday that everyone, especially men, should hear.
     
  10. Zooey Deschanel’s responds to whether girliness implies weakness

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