What We Missed

In bummer news: The Association for Research on Mothering is closing. It was founded in 1998 and over these twelve years its put on 35 international conferences and published 22 journal issues and ten Demeter Press titles. Boo to York University for ceasing their support.
Internalized oppression is so ugly, isn’t it?
The Georgia legislature tries to co-opt anti-racist arguments to chip way at abortion rights.
RIP Liz Carpenter, founder of the National Women’s Political Caucus.
Dr. Howard W. Jones Jr., the surgeon who, along with his wife, Dr. Georgeanna Seegar Jones, helped to create the first test tube baby born in the United States, reflects on a lifetime of “abnormal, normal” in reproductive science.
Support doc film Seeking Happily Ever After, a film that’s taking the romantic industrial complex downdowndown and providing us all with a different model of walking off into the sunset, feminist-style.
P.S. What’s up with airlines making passengers select their gender when checking in for flights these days? The only options are male and female (shocker). Urgh.

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