Weekly News Update

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  • Racked recommends five beauty brands that don’t test on animals, including Girlactik, pictured here.
  • The New York Times shares style tips inspired by French women—just in time for Bastille Day.
  • The New York Times also reports that the Paris fashion destination Colette will close in December after 20 years.
  • The Huffington Post reports that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced plans to update the decades-old House dress code after its recent criticisms. Meanwhile, The Cut reports that Rep. Martha McSally commented about the dress code on the floor while wearing a sleeveless dress and open-toed shoes.
  • The Muse offers advice on how to focus on your successes early in your career.
  • Medium shares a CEO’s response to a web developer’s “mental health day” email that has gone viral.
  • NPR’s Marketplace examines why job interviews are getting more involved.
  • FiveThirtyEight reports that while Silicon Valley sexual harassment cases are in the headlines, “thousands of other cases of sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination … get much less attention—and often don’t result in firings or resignations.”
  • The Huffington Post reports that private companies are stepping up their game on a global scale when it comes to protecting the health of women workers.
  • Bustle reports that Culture Machine, a digital entertainment company in Mumbai, India, is offering “First Day of Period” leave for employees.
  • The Cut also shares results of a new study from the Pew Research Center regarding online harassment. Surprisingly, more men than women have reported being harassed. Not surprisingly, women are more concerned about online harassment.
  • Vice reports that Abbi Jacobson of Broad City has started A Piece of Work, a podcast about art featuring her celeb friends RuPaul, Hannibal Buress, Tavi Gevinson, and others.
  • Laugh of the Week: To celebrate the new season of Game of Thrones, The New Yorker released a sneak preview of George R.R. Martin’s not-quite-polished upcoming novel.

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Comments

  1. Thank’s Kat and Kate for shareing the p’ost from the Cut, about on line harasment. FOOEY on men that think WE, as women are overreacting. NO ONE likes getting harassed , whether in peron or on line. Men are so dense some times; when we say NO, we MEAN NO! I had alot of troubel with some guy recently after I let him buy me a RUM and Coke. So he paid $10 for me to drink, but that does NOT entitle him to have s-x with me. No woman should sell out for a drink or even dinner! I think we should NEVER allow men into our bed until we know:
    1) they are disease free;
    2) they will NOT have s-x with anyone else
    3) they will respect us if we do have s-x with them and
    4) they will NOT make us go home right afterwerd if we somehow wind up at their apartement.

    To many men just want to dump us after we give them what they want and I think that is stinko! FOOEY!

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