The Colorful Mamas of the 99 Percent and their kids give the banks a lesson in Sharing 101.
If fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad wins a spot in the 2012 Olympics, she would be the first American Olympic athlete to compete in hijab.
On creating safer spaces at Occupy Wall Street: “For movements or communities like ours how we keep each other safe is not just a side issue–it’s a fundamental issue.”
On harassment, male privilege, and jokes that women just don’t get.
A British perfume ad was banned for sexualizing Dakota Fanning.
A new report paints a bleak picture of family leave policy in the U.S. “Access to paid leave is limited, and it’s also sharply regressive.”
“That chick was harassing me. With her hotness.” — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Kevin Powell calls for men to “begin to rethink what manhood can be.”
Hoping to reverse population decline, Russia, which currently has the highest abortion rate in the world, is considering strict restrictions on the procedure.
Now you can genderswap the interwebs!
You really should get your hands on Jill Lepore’s New Yorker piece on the history of Planned Parenthood and the war on birth control.
What have you been reading/writing/watching/learning this week?