John Legend & Chrissy Teigen Save Abused Dog + 6 Other Things to Know About Today

+ John Legend & Chrissy Teigen Save Abused Dog

If you already loved John Legend and Chrissy Teigen as a married couple before, get ready, ’cause you’re about to love them to an extreme you didn’t know possible. The newlyweds have adopted a three-legged dog named Penny and saved her from a previous life of abuse. Puppy love!

+ College Football Finally Gets a Female Defensive Back

It’s about time women get more respect in sports, and Shelby Osborne is on it. She just made it into the sports books by becoming the first female to play defensive back in college football. You go, girl!

+ #SurvivorPrivilege

Sorry to flip your lid, but it’s time for your daily outrage: a columnist for the Washington Post and New York Post says that women view being raped as “coveted status,” and that women who have sexual violence done against them are “privileged.” The #SurvivorPrivilege hashtag campaign started to protest this and show that no one wants to be assaulted and no one ever should be.

+ Celebs Help Vets

+ Watch Got Your 6 Official Celebrity PSA- 2014

Anne Hathaway, Anna Kendrick and other celebs are part of a new PSA for Got Your 6, which is out there to help vets and their families. Take a look at this start studded lineup and the important message they have!

+ Transgender Women and Women’s Colleges

An opinion piece for Time argues that women’s colleges need to step it up and let transgender women attend. “Right now, many women’s colleges are on the wrong side of history,” the piece says. “By effectively saying ‘no’ [to trans women], women’s colleges are endorsing and strengthening a concept at the root of transphobia: the belief that trans people are not who we say we are.”

+ Model Karlie Kloss Helps Healthy Lifestyles

Opening Ceremony & "Grace Of Monaco" Premiere - The 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival
Model Karlie Kloss is coming out with a collection with Warby Parker, and some of the earnings will go to Edible Schoolyard NYC. Edible Schoolyard NYC works with public schools to help students create gardens and enjoy healthier lifestyles. Yum, yum!

+ Save a Life with Nat Wolff

+ Watch Nat Wolff Gives a Spit About Cancer

If watching “The Fault in Our Stars” has left you sobbing, here’s something that might cheer you up: you could save a person’s life. Nat Wolff from “TFIOS” has filmed a short PSA with about how you could be a match and become a bone marrow donor. It’s easy to be a donor (and it won’t negatively affect your health), so check it out!

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