Monthly Archives: October 2008

How anti-abortion measures threaten all women

TweetThe fabulous National Advocates for Pregnant Women reminds us why voting pro-choice is so important – to all women. Please pass this video along to your friends and run it on your blog, website, or social networking profile! Tweet
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Fun with Feminist Flickr (cool ad edition)

Tweet Ad appearing on NYC subway, via bxlee. The folks at Manhattan Mini-Storage, who we just love for their pro-choice ads that caused a ruckus a while back, now have an anti-Palin ad up in New York. Gothamist has more. Tweet
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Quick Hit: Columbia U. files motion to dismiss anti-Women’s Studies suit

TweetRemember anti-feminist Roy Den Hollander, who is suing Columbia University over its Women’s Studies classes? Well the school has struck back, filing a motion to dismiss the suit, saying it “reads like a parody.” Tweet
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National Review: Women who don’t support Palin are just upset about their abortions

TweetNow this is rich. Kevin Burke, a proponent of the invented “post abortion syndrome,” writes that the criticism of Sarah Palin “may have a relationship to the collective grief, shame, and guilt from personal involvement in the abortion of an unborn child.” Here I thought voters made decisions based on the issues that matter to [...]
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Michelle Obama on The Tonight Show

TweetPart 2 after the jump. Via Jack and Jill Politics. Tweet
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