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Our lovely Lori digs out the top 10 least misogynistic rap lyrics of 2010.

Apparently there will be no justice for Lizzy Seeberg. And related, a George Washington study reveals the information gap between campus men and women on the topic of sexual assault.

Mexican activist Marisela Escobedo can’t escape violence, even after death.

Mona Eltahawy on why Oklahoma feels like the Middle East.

Rebecca Traister on what inspires her to be political over at She Writes.

Human rights expert Sarah Tofte writes : “At the end of this year, I am predicting that 2011 will be a year of unprecedented reform of the backlog of untested rape kits in the United States.”Sweet.

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  • http://feministing.com/members/josephl/ Joseph Lillo

    (mostly crossposted from Jezebel)
    Though I’m late to this, I’m thinking that “least misogynist” means “contains the least amount of misogyny,” and you could rap about a glass of chocolate milk and achieve zero misogyny. Those lyrics contain feminist content, and as such, deserve to be called “most feminist” instead, I would think. I can understand wanting to reference hip hop’s history of misogyny, but not at the cost of accuracy.