Monthly Archives: July 2006

Mexicans rejecting sexist wedding vows

TweetThis is pretty cool: For 147 years, marriage vows in Mexico portrayed women as delicate, weak and potentially annoying. These days, judges across Mexico are switching to versions that stress equality and mutual support, reflecting the growing power of women in a country still struggling with macho attitudes. The old vows say that a husband [...]
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Don’t think of it as a uterus, think of it as an fetus’ apartment

Tweet With a screen door hymen and all! See Pandagon and Sufficient Scruples for commentary. I’m too busy redecorating my “womb sweet womb” to write. (I’m thinking about an I Dream of Jeanie motif…) Tweet
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Hottest party of the year

Tweet I guarantee that this party will have the hottest women in the country attending. Seriously. The REAL hot 100 is celebrating 2006′s hottest women with a big old party in New York City. It’s going to be an amazing event, so get your ticket now! If you can’t afford to come (it is a [...]
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Most South Dakotans would reject abortion ban

TweetA poll conducted by the Argus Leader and KELOLAND-TV shows that most voters in South Dakota would reject the state’s sweeping abortion ban. Nice. Tweet
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Increase of HIV infection among Indian woman linked to cheating husbands

TweetA new UN study says that in India, “a significant proportion of new infections isoccuring in women who are in monogamous relationships and have been infected by husbands or partners who have multiple sex partners.” The report, Gender Impact of HIV and AIDS in India, was put out by the UNDP, the National AIDS Control [...]
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