Monthly Archives: April 2010

What We Missed

TweetOf course there’s an anti-choice iPhone app. Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Vander Plaats of Iowa says that Arizona’s racist, horrifying immigration law would be good for the state and that he’d advocate for such a bill should he become governor. The Census says that women are just as likely as men to have gone college [...]
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More Take Back the Night backlash, violence

TweetI’m reprinting an email (with permission, of course) that I received from Rutgers student Jess Trusiani about something that happened last night at the school’s Take Back the Night march. I felt that it was important to post, especially in light of ladychrist’s Community post about the police harassment at DePaul University’s march. This shit [...]
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Sexual justice and Arizona’s immigration policy

TweetI just wanted to take a minute to point out this great post from sexologist and minister Debra W. Haffner, Arizona Immigration Policy: Why It Matters To A Sexual Justice Advocate. At its core, my strong faith commitment to the dignity and worth of all persons means that I do not think any person is [...]
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Mississippi high school erases lesbian student from yearbook

TweetMississippi high schools sure do seem to have a lesbian problem. First there was Constance McMillen, the student whose school first canceled their prom rather than let McMillen and her female date attend and then later sent McMillen to a fake prom. And now there’s Ceara Sturgis, a student at Mississippi’s Wesson Attendance Center who [...]
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Is this the softer side of Sears?

Tweet I mean…really?! I mean, here at Feministing we’re no strangers to bizarre dismembered women’s body pillows – but Sears? But the best part is really the product description, though: Do your wife’s business trips make you unease at bed time? Perhaps the fact that you don’t have her around to shares your dreams makes [...]
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