Monthly Archives: August 2009

Quick Hit: Only 13% of Wikipedia Contributors Are Women

TweetThee Wall Street Journal reports on a new study that shows only 13% of Wikipedia contributors are female. Tweet
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She’s got style, she’s got grace, she always knows her place.

TweetSo true….ladies. You know an article is going to be blogging gold when it starts off like this: As our society abandons the conservative values that make women into ladies, women with grace and dignity have become an endangered species–especially on today’s college campuses. The kind of woman who inspired Tom Jones’ song “She’s a [...]
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Monday Monty Blogging (humiliation edition)

Tweet What’s the point of having a dog if you can’t occasionally embarrass him by dressing him up in clothes, right? (Actually, he kind of loved wearing this shirt. He walked around in it for a good hour.) Tweet
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Oh how far we’ve come

TweetFrom the early 80s… And now. Tweet
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Pioneering photojournalist Mary Morris Lawrence (pictured above) died last week at age 95. At her request, the last line of her obituary reads: “In lieu of flowers, Mary would ask you to join the League of Women Voters, shop at Farmer Joes, write a letter to the editor, or break a glass ceiling!” (Which [...]
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