What We Missed

The ED of Sakhi on DSK and what she calls the “silencing effect.”

More on the women of Harry Potter.

Chloe on the–now all grown–Neville Longbottom. Rawr.

Kip Tiernan, the founder of the first women’s homeless shelter, has passed away.

Geena Davis lobbying for a bill to change the way women and girls are represented in the media.

A Bush-era “anti-prostitution” pledge that demanded all NGO’s receiving US funds have zero tolerance on sex trafficking and prostitution has been struck down.

Video of the closing plenary at the Women’s Worlds Conference with myself and the awe-inspiring Sebenzile Matsebula and Kathleen Lahey.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted July 15, 2011 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    I realize this is beside the point of the Harry Potter article, but Emma Watson’s breasts/figure look rather digitally enhanced in the poster that is presented. Has there been any controversy surrounding this at all?

  2. Posted July 16, 2011 at 5:21 am | Permalink

    Hmm. The Neville story – don’t you see the problems in equating the positive development of Neville’s character and the physical development of the actor? In film-land, yes, physical appearance might equate to positive attributes, but in real life, not necessarily. I found it just a bit of an excuse to leer over a good-looking young man. Problems.

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