Monthly Archives: December 2007

They’re back! Feministing magnetic poetry…

Tweet If you want to buy one (they’re $10 each), please click on the donate button and put “Magnet” in the subject line…don’t worry, we’ll have an easier payment method in the new year. Have a great night everyone, and happy-almost-New Year! Tweet
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Should children stay with their moms…in prison?

TweetThe New York Times reports today on a Mexico City policy that mandates children born in prison stay with their mothers until they’re 6 years-old–rather than being raised by relatives or foster parents. Fifty-three children under the age of 6 live inside the prison with their mothers, who are serving sentences for crimes from drug [...]
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Monday Monty Blogging (Multi-dog edition)

Tweet Monty was very happy to be home after spending a week in the country (Woodstock muddiness above), especially since he got to play with his bestest friend Phoebe the Pug. Check out their reunion after the jump. Also making a cameo after the jump is Teddy, who kept me company while I was in [...]
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Uh oh: Feminist stereotype alert

TweetThe oh-so-enlightened show Wife Swap is featuring a “fanatical feminist” (cue scary music) in their season premiere. Tweet
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Quick Hit(s): Some year end links

Tweet Dahlia Lithwick has the Bush administration’s 10 dumbest legal arguments of the year. ColorLines conducted a national investigation of fatal police shootings in America’s 10 largest cities. The findings will probably not surprise you. Rebecca Traister recounts the year in sex. Sudy delves into the not-always-pleasant world of feminist blog comments. The New York [...]
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