Monthly Archives: November 2007

Politicking and Partying

TweetThe folks over at Planned Parenthood NYC are rocking it again with their new series of parties: Body Politic ’08. These shindigs are designed to “engage pro-choice New Yorkers, raise funds and make new friends for our upcoming voter education and mobilization work.” Who could argue with that? (Well, I know, lots of people, which [...]
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I (still) heart The Onion

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Women and children (cut) first

TweetBush’s proposed 2008 spending on the Women, Infants and Children program (which provides food vouchers to low-income women and their children up to age 5) would leave roughly half a million people in the lurch. The price of food and milk has soared, but Bush’s budget isn’t keeping pace. Doug Greenaway, executive director of the [...]
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NYC Feminist Holiday Fun.

TweetReminder number one. Regardless of which holidays you’re celebrating or subverting, we thought this time of year called for some feminist cheer. So we’re going to be getting our drink-on in NYC for the holiday season and a coming new year full of great things for the feminist movement. So if you’re in the area, [...]
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Reclaiming the abortion debate.

TweetLast night in the CNN/YouTube Republican debate, the candidates were asked what the punishment should be for women if abortion is banned. The question of “How Much Time Should She Do?” is one that we heard from Anna Quindlen this summer and is now resurfacing once again. Now that the political heat is high, this [...]
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