Monthly Archives: October 2010

Twitter Responds to #GawkerFAIL on Christine O’Donnell

TweetIf you were within a stone’s throw of the interwebs yesterday, odds are you read the piece Gawker ran by anonymous dude (of course, it looks like the race to uncover his identity has already been won) about his (almost) hook-up with Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell. It was a piece so grossly sexist [...]
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Arkansas school board member will resign over anti-gay comments

TweetVia CNN: A school board district member in Arkansas who came under fire for an anti-gay post on a social networking site regrets the comments and will resign his seat, he told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday. “I’m sorry I’ve hurt people with my comments,” Clint McCance, vice-president of the Midland School District in Pleasant [...]
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What We Missed

TweetSisters are one of the keys to happiness. Can’t argue with that… Arizona: a land of “opportunity” for the prison industry where immigrant detention is a market to be tapped and exploited. Is “princess culture” damaging our little girls? Colorado conservatives equate abortion to slavery because they are clearly the same thing. *insert side eye* [...]
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Mother Murders Baby Over Farmville?

TweetI saw this outrageous story today about a young mother who killed her 3-month-old son because he was crying while she played the popular Facebook timesuck game, Farmville. The mother, 22-year-old Alexandra V. Tobias, told the police that she shook the baby, left to smoke a cigarette to compose herself, and then returned and shook [...]
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Mad Men Midweek Fix: Tomorrowland

TweetDuring the fourth season of Mad Men Feministing writers will offer some of our thoughts on feminist moments, scenes, and themes in the new episodes in order to start a discussion about these topics in our community. This is our take on the season finale (a few weeks late). *WARNING: Lots of spoilers follow. Joan [...]
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