Monthly Archives: April 2009

Obama’s first 100 days: A round up

TweetSo the internets and news outlets are all a flurry with round-ups and reports about Obama’s first 100 days. Samhita shared her thoughts yesterday, but here is what others have to say: Campus Progress has a rating system, dancing condoms and all RH Reality Check grades Obama on reproductive justice in the first 100 days [...]
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WAM 2009: Gender, Non-conformity and the media

TweetI’m happy to be able to share the video from my session at WAM 2009: In/Out of Focus: Gender, Non-conformity and the Media. I unfortunately don’t have a transcript and the live twitter feed from the session (the tag was #wam09gnc) seems to have expired. My apologies to folks who are not able to listen [...]
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My favorite Bea Arthur moments

TweetA lot of folks have written lovely things about Bea Arthur, mourning her loss. I don’t know that I have anything particularly enlightening to add, but I thought I’d share some of my favorite Bea Arthur moments. Love this woman. A snippet of the groundbreaking episode of Maude. Tweet
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Vote for Feministing: OBOS Women’s Health Hero

Tweet We are humbled and honored to be among the nominees for the Our Bodies, Ourselves Women’s Health Heroes contest. Nominator Amy says: I would like to nominate the great blogging women of feministing.com as my Women’s Health Heroes. I have been enthusiastically reading feministing for quite some time and I feel that it gives [...]
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Adventures in conservative media (Laura Ingraham edition)

TweetI was on the Laura Ingraham show yesterday morning to talk about The Purity Myth; it was a trip. One listener even called in to say that I was just pissed about not being a virgin anymore so I wrote the book to spread my sluttitude around. It was awesome. If you want to listen [...]
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