Six Stories I Couldn't Get Anyone to Write About This Week, Including Reddit's New Nudes Policy

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Publish date:
February 28, 2015
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As I mentioned in Open Thread, most of our staff at xoJane has been MIA this week, staving off sickness and visiting family and not picking up news items — including these six stories — to write about. I don't mind though, because it gives you all plenty of things to discuss in this weekly roundup. Would you (will you?) write an article about one of these stories? There's still time to pitch to us, especially if you have a unique take on any of the following:

Trayvon Martin's parents speak on the U.S. Justice Department's closed investigation. [The Guardian]

Reddit is implementing new restrictions to ban nude photos posted without consent. [The Washington Post]

The identity of an ISIS executioner, "Jihadi John," has been revealed. [The New York Times]

Former Miss Turkey faces jail time for an Instagram post. [Bustle]

KFC is now serving edible coffee cups. [HelloGiggles]

The FCC has approved net neutrality. [USA Today]

So, gather in the comments and let's talk about this week's news. By the way, if there's something else you wish you could have read about on xoJane this week, please tell me about that, too. I love criticism. I love feedback of all kinds. I LOVE ideas! Have fun, have at it, and have a happy weekend!