POWER LUNCH

This article is a part of Boss Witch Week 2017.

 


 

IT’S BOSS WITCH WEEK AT POME, SO LET’S POWER LUNCH AND KILL IT TODAY ????????????

 


 

A study has found that female SCOTUS judges are interrupted more often than their male counterparts, because goddammit not even RBG herself can escape the fucking patriarchy.

 


 

Considerate design is important — even when thinking about how the layout of a hospital can affect your chances of having a c-section.

 


 

Carmen Sandiego is coming back in a new animated series on Netflix and Gina Rodriguez has been cast to voice her, God fucking bless. This is the future that liberals want.

 


 

This piece by Ijeoma Oluo about her visit and interview with Rachel Dolezal is a rough read, because it’s always hard to see white privilege in such an unabashed, self-righteous form.

 


 

Friend of POME, Mia Moore, wrote this lovely article filled with tips for making your work or home office more suited for your mental wellbeing! In our experience, creating a space you feel good in can be super empowering in the workplace, so we highly recommend it!

 


 

While we’re all celebrating the ousting of Bill Grossface O’Reilly from Fox, he is apparently getting a larger payout from the settlement than his victims are, which is some real bullshit.

 


 

Indie feminist tech magazine “The Recompiler” has launched a Kickstarter to fund their seventh issue as they stride into their third year of publication. Help support these badass ladies and the badass things they do if you can!

 


 

We miss the chubbier, cuter, less problematic Chris Pratt of yesteryear. Shhhhhhh baby, shhhhh.

 


 

NOW GO FORTH AND SLAY, MY BOSS WITCHES ????????????

 

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