What We Missed

Lisa Wade of Sociological Images drops some serious knowledge (like, backed up with research and statistics everything) about hook up culture on college campuses.

At The Grio, our Zerlina asks if the youngest person ever executed in America was innocent.

Women rock: Joan Jett, Heart and Chaka Khan have all been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

A former US Olympic gymnastics coach has been accused of molesting his female athletes.

At Salon, Rebecca Traister interviews the producer of Bridesmaids about how that movie has created opportunities for women in Hollywood, particularly in comedy.

House Republicans want to know exactly how Planned Parenthood keeps its abortion funds separate from the funds for all the rest of its totally normal and entirely legal women’s healthcare.

In 35 states, no mention of the Civil Rights movement is required in public school syllabi.

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  1. Posted September 28, 2011 at 11:57 pm | Permalink

    At the Abortion Gang today, Gretchen talked about how the last Glee episode perpetuated stereotypes about adoption. Definitely something the reproductive justice movement needs to think about.

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