What We Missed.

As if the feds could stoop no lower, they manage to. via Racewire, “BREAKING: Feds Target Oil Spill Workers in Immigration Probe”

The writers at Muslimah Media Watch take on SATC2.
Sady Doyle critiques the idea of the “boyfriend myth,” as put forth by Caitlin Flanagan
Like G.D. from Postbourgie said on Facebook, “this actually happened.” Seriously.
NYTimes gets the memo rill late about the panacea of black women and marriage. I wrote about this when this story first came out. So did Dani McClain.
On working to deconstruct masculinity at a high school in D.C via the Sexist.

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2 Comments

  1. Athenia
    Posted June 5, 2010 at 11:32 am | Permalink

    Thanks for The Boyfriend Myth article link!
    That was really good—it’s hard to believe that an answer so easy can buried by our cultural attitudes about casual and steady relationships.

  2. Doug S.
    Posted June 6, 2010 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    Video game journalist Leigh Alexander has a couple of interesting items that I’ve found through her blog:
    http://sexyvideogameland.blogspot.com/2010/06/you-look-nice-miss.html
    (A blog post about being catcalled, and a crudely made game called “Hey Baby” in which the player character shoots men who catcall her.)
    http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/28749/Interview_AntiTeen_Violence_Group_Reveals_Game_Design_Contest_Winners.php
    (“Interview: Anti-Teen Violence Group Reveals Game Design Contest Winners”)

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