Thanks, Ann. If you’ve somehow been living under a rock the last week, obviously read Anne-Marie Slaughter’s much-discussed Atlantic piece. The Feministing crew will have more to say later.
Women were mentioned in less than 0.01 percent of the document that came out of last week’s Rio+20 summit–and that’s a huge problem. “You can’t have sustainable development without women.”
Michelle Dean on Jonah Lehrer and male arrogance.
Grace Lawrence, a transgender woman from Liberia was keep in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody for nearly three years. She was kept in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day for most of that time.
Thanks Forbes for including us in this list of top 100 sites for women!
Sandra Fluke on Rush Limbaugh’s comments about her: “It does seem to make a case for comprehensive sex education, doesn’t it?”
Jill defends Elizabeth Wurtzel’s controversial polemic on 1% housewives.
Take Bitch magazine’s audience survey and win a prize.
An open letter from Alyssa Rosenberg to the guys who say they want to see Lara Croft get raped.
A report from Human Rights Watch on sexual assault by Syrian security forces.
Yeah, the “Science: It’s a Girl Thing” video seems like a big miss.
New research suggests drinking while pregnant might not be as bad as we thought.
What have you been reading/writing/watching/learning this week?