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The Mainstream Media Is Failing Trans People. These Journalists Are Fighting Back. The Mainstream Media Is Failing Trans People. These Journalists Are Fighting Back.

A small but influential group of trans journalists are covering trans issues in a way that too many leading outlets refuse to do.

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Palestinians inspect a damaged wedding Photography studio following Israeli strikes in Gaza City on February 13, 2023.

I Was Blissfully Planning My Engagement Party. Then the Bombs Started Falling. I Was Blissfully Planning My Engagement Party. Then the Bombs Started Falling.

I had dreamed of a wedding and cute, chubby babies. But I live in Gaza. So now I just dream of surviving.

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Palestinian families are seen among tents as they struggle with strong winds, downpours and floods while Israeli attacks continue in Rafah of Gaza on February 15, 2024.

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The Movement for Palestine Takes Over MoMA

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Hundreds of protesters occupied the storied museum in a reminder that the art world cannot evade its political and moral responsibilities.

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Why Do Men in Government Keep Telling Women to Have Kids? Why Do Men in Government Keep Telling Women to Have Kids?

Heads of state around the world want to prevent population decline. But they’re leaving all the responsibility to mothers.

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The Era of Nicki Minaj

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How the queen of rap revolutionized American music.

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Sara Ahmed and the Joys of Killjoy Feminism

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Books & the Arts / Judith Butler

The Magic of Reading Bernard Malamud

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His work, unlike that of Bellow or Roth, focused on the lives of often impoverished Jews in Brooklyn and the Bronx and bestowed on them a literary magic.

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The Divided Landscape of Indian American Politics

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The Desi diaspora is both rising up and fracturing on issues of religion, race, and caste, with far-reaching implications for US politics.

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