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September 2013



What I’m Reading – September 16, 2013

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I’ve started a new job and my work schedule is changing. Today was my last Monday off … and it was lovely.

– I actually don’t know if I agree with this decision, but it is certainly interesting: University of Edinburgh bans Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ from playing on campus (h/t @schemaly)

– Washington Post takes a stand on the name of the NFL team from D.C.: Roger Goodell calls an audible on the Washington R*dskins name (h/t @EdgeOfSports)

– Kindness, man. It’s pretty awesome: This Woman’s Obituary is the Best Thing You’ll Read Today (h/t @JillFilipovic)

– Being human: these folks are doing it wrong: Americans Call First Indian American Miss America Winner a Terrorist (h/t @irevolt)

– This is a long, but sort of fascinating, read. How one man attempts (ish) to be an ally, ends up being just awful. Great investigation: The Genderbread Plagiarist (via @cisnormativity)

– What can we do to stop things like this? It’s so disgusting: Jonathan Ferrell, Former Football Player, Killed by Police After Seeking Help Following Car Wreck (via @EdgeOfSports)

– In other disturbing news: Three Students Got Kicked Out Of An Arkansas Public School Because They Might Be HIV-Positive (h/t @LaurenARankin)

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