Monthly Archives: November 2006

We Got Issues! Q&A on WireTap

Tweet If you have the time, check out my interview with Rha Goddess and JLove Calderon, editors of We Got Issues! A Young Woman’s Guide to a Bold, Courageous and Empowered Life. They have lots of powerful things to say. Happy Thursday! UPDATE (Jessica): Hey, just wanted to say that I just started reading this [...]
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Lame duck congress feels your fetal pain

TweetYou’ve gotta love it when the National Catholic Register says “the future looks grim” for anti-choice legislation. The antis are worried that a Democratic congress won’t support riders such as the disastrous Hyde Amendment, which eliminated Medicaid funding for abortion. I think that’s unlikely to happen. But they also say the more pro-choice congress will [...]
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Funniest headline ever

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Not over-the-counter, not even behind it…

TweetI’ve spent most of the past few weeks packing, moving and driving across the country to start my new job as associate web editor at The American Prospect in D.C. So I missed my chance to write a timely post about the FDA’s eased restrictions on Plan B sales. This month Barr Labs finished repackaging [...]
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Women talk more than men.

TweetWhat to say? This study finds men are wired differently then women and this results in women talking more. In fact, women talk almost three times as much as men, with the average woman chalking up 20,000 words in a day – 13,000 more than the average man. Women also speak more quickly, devote more [...]
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