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• Your 2017 reading list is not complete if you haven’t considered these 10 Overlooked Books by Women. [Literary Hub]
• Bitch contributor se smith asks “why we love period dramas.” [Smithsonian]
• Lorena Bobbitt became a punchline, but her story should have launched a national discussion about domestic violence and marital rape. [Huffington Post]
• Here’s the story on Robert Dear and his connection to the right-wing media. [New Republic]
• Here’s just one more justification for reparations: The insurance industry’s history of selling insurance policies to slave owners. [New York Times]
• Learn about your local chapter of NOW or League of Women Voters. What are they up to?
• This pervasive myth that Sanders would have won the presidency merits closer discussion because this is a conversation we are likely to have over and over again as people relitigate the primary in the coming years.
• Pantsuit Nation is cashing in on what amounts to the labor of strangers.