Monthly Archives: April 2005

Best quote of the week…maybe the year

TweetFrom the 13 year-old in Florida whose abortion was blocked by the state: Girl: “Why can’t I make my own decision?” Judge Alvarez: “I don’t know.” Girl: “You don’t know? Aren’t you the judge? I think if I want to make the decision, it’s my business and I can do that.” Via DED Space. Tweet
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And Things-That-Make-You-Want-to Bang-Your-Head-Against-a-Wall

TweetAlabama State Representative Gerald Allen recently introduced a bill into the state legislature that would keep “gay” books out of public school libraries. Banned books would include those written by gay authors – like Tennesee Williams, Truman Capote, Gore Vidal – and books with gay characters in them, such as Alice Walker’s “The Color Purple.” [...]
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Is the UN finally taking some action?

TweetLet’s hope so. A UN spokesperson announced yesterday that there has been a number of U.N. peacekeepers that have sexually abused and exploited local women in Liberia, where they were stationed to protect them. Old news, my friend. The official speaking on a condition of anonymity said that the number of total allegations could reach [...]
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XXX game empowers women?

Tweet From gaming blog Kotaku: Wired’s Sex Drive has a short review of porn star Jenna Jameson’s new game up. xStream3D Multimedia VirtuallyJenna sounds about as original as its name. Basically, you get to play around with a virtual dummy of Jenna Jameson that looks like some creepy plastic corpse in the screen shots. Regina [...]
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Administration Shafts Women-Owned Businesses

TweetAs the Ranking Member of the Committee on Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship, Senator John Kerry called out Bush and the Small Business Administration (SBA) concerning their lack of regard for women-owned businesses. Here’s a snippet of Kerry’s comments: “Women business owners continue to be short-changed by the administration…The number of women-owned businesses is growing at [...]
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