Sunday, February 13, 2011

Suggested Sunday reading (2/13/11)

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  • AlterNet: "GOP War on Rape Victims? Georgia Republican Introduces Bill That Would Call Rape Victims 'Accusers.'"
  • The Guardian: "Africa shows signs of winning war against female genital mutilation."
  • New York Times: "The Siege of Planned Parenthood," an op-ed by Gail Collins.
  • Religious Action Center: "Family Planning De-Funding Threatens Vital Reproductive Health Services."
  • Hello Ladies: "On Baseball and Postpartum Depression."
  • The Jewish Daily Forward: "Gay and Orthodox: And Cleaving Strongly to Both."
  • "Ohio lawmaker seeks to ban abortions once sound of first heartbeat is detected."
  • R&D magazine: "Choices, not discrimination, deter women scientists." This kind of sounds like a load of crap to me.
  • "Hawaii House passes same-sex civil unions bill."
  • "Pardon Kelley Williams-Bolar -- she shouldn't go to jail for protecting her kids."
  • CNN: "Pepsi to release new 'skinny can,'" just in time for Fashion Week. Ugh.

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