Monthly Archives: June 2007

Deborah Siegel: Sisterhood Interrupted

Tweet Deborah Siegel, PhD is a writer and consultant specializing in women’s issues. She is a Fellow at the Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership and co-editor of the anthology Only Child. She has written about women, sex, families and popular culture and has been featured in Psychology Today, USA Today, The New York Times, Time [...]
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Fun with Feminist Flickr (Disney sucks edition)

Tweet Disney sucks. Click here for a full view of this employment rejection letter, and you’ll see why. Thanks to Charles for the link. Tweet
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Egypt bans female circumcision.

TweetYesterday, Egypt announced they are banning all forms of female circumcision just days after a 12-year old girl died from the procedure. It was actually officially banned in 1997, but doctors were allowed to do the procedure for “exceptional cases.” Health Minister Hatem al-Gabali has now announced that every doctor or medical professional is banned [...]
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Not-so-funny Friday headline

Tweet “Girls,” huh? Tweet
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Jen’s Hungover Feminist Report: Supreme Court session wrap-up edition

TweetI’ll be honest, I really am hungover today, so this is going to be quick. And trust me, you do not want to look at me on video today. The Supreme Court session has ended until the fall. Let’s take a moment to enjoy some of the lowlights from the last few months of decisions [...]
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