Monthly Archives: January 2008

Why I hate ladies’ night

Tweet This headline is from an article in The L Magazine promoting a ladies’ night in Manhattan. Hilarious, don’t cha think? I mean, rape always is. Thanks to Darcee for the link. Tweet
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Targeting the abortion pill

TweetI posted earlier this week about the pros and cons of medical abortion. And right on the heels of that discussion, the New York Times reports that Shanghai Hualian, the Chinese drug company that manufactures mifepristone pills (aka RU-486) used in the U.S., has been accused of producing tainted drugs. Now, to be clear, all [...]
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Esquire needs your help to say stupid shit about women

TweetJust saw this on a couple of email lists and, well, wow. Esquire is asking the women of America to take part in something huge. How huge? It just might be the largest survey of American women in the history of survey. Our goal is to interview 10,000 women – you read that correctly: 10,000 [...]
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A Roe Reminder: Party with Feministing Tonight!

Tweet This is just a little reminder to come to our Roe v. Wade 35th Anniversary Event tonight; it’s going to be quite a night. A special thanks to our amazing co-sponsors for their help in spreading the word: NOW-NYC NARAL Pro-Choice New York Pro-Choice Public Education Project (PEP) National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health [...]
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Quick Hit: New Social Networking Site for Lady Activists

TweetI just got an email about this new social networking site for global women activists: PulseWire. It’s still in beta form, but they’re looking for those working in the fields of human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and water sustainability to join up and test it out. What do people think about social networking sites anyway–overhyped or actually [...]
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