Some news stories that caught our eye this week:
The high school senior that was kicked out of her prom for her dress tells the story of her experience: “I was told that the way I dressed and moved my body was causing men to think inappropriately about me, implying that it is my responsibility to control other people’s thoughts and drives.” (explicit language)
Families receiving public assistance are often criticized for how they spend their money. The actual data, however, shows just how uncalled for this criticism is.
As doctors debate whether screening for domestic violence helps or not, I’m wondering why—given how prevalent it is—they don’t just routinely provide information about local domestic violence advocacy programs. That way, patients will know where they can get help regardless of whether they choose to disclose to their doctor.