Monthly Archives: March 2006

Sex Worker Artistes

Tweet On Wednesday, the sex worker rights magazine Spread opened its first art exhibit titled, “Sex Worker Visions.” Artists include former SuicideGirl and illustrator Molly Crabapple, sex activist Heather Corinna, exotic dancer and photographer Charise Isis, and former prostitute and filmmaker Anne Hanavan. So if you’re in or by NYC, get thee to the LGBT [...]
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We look purty.

TweetWelcome to the new site! Please be patient, as we’ll be working out some kinks over the next few days. An extra special thanks to John for help making this happen. Tweet
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Blog following Duke rape story

TweetA blog, Justice 4 Two Sisters, has been created to follow the rape investigation at Duke University. Make sure to check it out and show your support. Also: Alas, a Blog has a great roundup of stories and posts. Hat tip: Alternet’s The Mix. Tweet
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WAM, Bam, thank you Ma’am

Tweet Don’t forget that the Women, Action & the Media (WAM!) conference is this weekend! You can register at the door, so if you’re around get your ass to Cambridge, MA. I’m super excited for it–I’m moderating a panel on feminism and blogging with some amazing ladies: Echidne, Lakshmi Chaudhry, Amie Newman, and our very [...]
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Signs of improvement on EC access?

TweetIllinois Governor Rod Blagojevich wants every pharmacy in the state to post a sign that details what options customers have in buying contraceptives. The new signs would notify customers that pharmacies must provide an alternative drug if they are out of stock or allow the prescription to be filled at a different pharmacy. The signs [...]
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