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How not to run a sexist publication. It’s not that hard.

Wal-Mart to double the amount of merchandise it carries from women suppliers and invest $20 billion in women’s businesses in the next three years. Wonder if they are also going to treat their own workers right?

Rape is on the rise in the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the world’s most dangerous places for women.

Sports and its values are vitally important to eliminating gender-based violence and discrimination around the world, says International Olympic Committee member Anita DeFrantz.

Sally Quinn doesn’t think we need another women’s movement.

Margaret Talbot of The New Yorker highlights YouTube videos of transgender youth navigating their transitions online.

The Feminist Wire’s forum on masculinities is awesome. Check out these great posts.

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  1. Posted March 16, 2013 at 8:44 pm | Permalink

    Quinn writes “when the book gets into home life and child care, her advice is not so easy to follow. She is a superwoman, worth hundreds of millions of dollars and by all accounts terrific at her job. She has two children and a husband who shares 50 percent of the housework and child care.”

    We may not all be able to earn hundreds of millions of dollars, but a spouse who does 50% of the housework and child care should be the norm by now.

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