Monthly Archives: September 2004

Feministing Magnetic Poetry!

TweetThese were a big hit at our fundraiser this summer, so we’ve decided to make them available online. We apologize for the poor quality of the pic; our scanner is a little outdated! To buy our Feministing magnets, just click on the image… Tweet
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Shocker of the day: Candidates not speaking to women’s concerns

TweetA new survey released today by Women’s Voices, Women Vote (WVWV), a non-partisan project, says that Bush and Kerry are not discussing issues that resonate with unmarried women–like health care and equal pay. And guess what: despite what the media has been feeding us lately, 40& of unmarried women want to hear less about terrorism. [...]
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Artistically Inclined?

TweetIf you’re a decent artist and looking to get active, you should check out the National Organization of Women’s 2005 Love Your Body Campaign. It’s a poster design contest with the intent of responding to society’s negative body images that effect women’s and girl’s esteem and health. They are looking for the following in their [...]
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Oh Wal-Mart, when will you learn?

TweetWal-Mart’s latest attempt to appear woman-friendly in the face of their class action sex discrimination suit is just sad. For two days Wal-Mart stores will host their Speaking of Women’s Health Community Event, which is “designed to inform and educate women about living well.” Cause who knows better about women’s health than those that hold [...]
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One Piece Medicine Instead of Just Bikini

TweetI had both a relieved and angry reaction to the article in yesterday’s Times, Men, Women More Different Than Thought. Turns out the medical profession is finally acknowledging that there is more to “women’s health” than what goes on in our uteri. As the article says, there is a “quiet but revolutionary change infiltrating U.S. [...]
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