This week’s collection of interesting links from around the web as chosen by the F-Word team
It’s been a mixed week in terms of news – the good news being that Ireland voted for gay marriage in the referendum, the bad news being that Serbia’s amazing body-positive song didn’t win Eurovision!
Fear not, there’s nothing on Eurovision in this week’s round-up, but you can find an interesting piece on the referendum from New Statesman. If you’d like to comment on one of issues covered or share another article that we haven’t included, feel free to get involved in the comments section below or on Facebook/Twitter.
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Bank of England wants an artist for £20 note (BBC News)
Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Video Is Not A Feminist Manifesto (The Concourse)
No, feminism is not about choice (The Conversation)
What happens to head girls? (The Observer)
The Imaginary Choice Feminist (Tits and Sass)
How Facebook Exposes Domestic Violence Survivors (The Daily Beast)
Broken Ends: When People Won’t Take No For An Answer When It Comes To Touching Your Hair (Black Girl Dangerous)
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