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Police departments — and how they operate — revolve around systems built by men. Systems that killed George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and so many others. Systems that are broken. As the country grapples with how to move forward, it's time to listen to new voices: women.


Watching mainstream advertising adopt quirky sloganeering and Etsy feminism to sell period underwear and yogurt has been like watching the raptors in "Jurassic Park" learn to operate a door handle — a lesson in how the right tools can be adapted by the very forces they have been designed to hold at bay.


Two Jewish girls from north-eastern France found themselves in great danger when Germany invaded 80 years ago. But while their parents and younger sister were caught and murdered, they survived — with dozens of other Jewish children — thanks to the bravery of a nun in a convent near Toulouse.


We don't really need a reminder of just how bad smoking is for us. Bad for our physical health, the environment, and cringe-worthy on so many social justice levels. Why is it then, that women always looked so damn cool smoking their cigarettes in vintage photographs?

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