Monthly Archives: July 2005

Forbes names most powerful women

TweetCondi is number one. That should say it all. Tweet
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Australian women only gym bans breastfeeding

TweetNot quite sure how this makes sense… A women-only gym in the national capital has banned mothers from breastfeeding their newborn babies. Club Pink, in Canberra’s north, could find itself dragged before the courts after it told two members to stop feeding their hungry babies in the gym. The mothers – Melinda MacDonald and Kathleen [...]
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Do-gooders get credit for do-me calendar

TweetCheck out this article in the Charlotte Observer on the Philadelphia Eagles’ new “soft-porn” calendar of their cheerleaders with not much else on but their pompons. While the team has a long record of do-gooding, this new calendar has caught the team more attention than ever: Coverage of the release of this calendar – cheerleaders [...]
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Read This Article…

TweetThe LA Times just published an interesting article by Crispin Sartwell, entitled “I Married a Feminist.” The author, a male political science professor at Dickinson College, looks at the different tenets of feminism, his own marriage to a pro-choice feminist, and relates it to the current buzz about Jane Sullivan Roberts’ views on abortion. In [...]
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Roberts nomination betrays women?

TweetIs the Roberts nomination more than just a shitty choice? Is it a betrayal? Ruben Navarrette Jr. at the San Diego Union-Tribune says that women and minorities have the right to feel “sucker-punched” by Roberts’ nomination: Not because President Bush, in selecting a replacement for the retiring Sandra Day O’Connor, didn’t nominate a woman or [...]
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