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Global Feminist Link Love: October 26-November 1

November 2, 2009

Hello global feminists, here’s what we’ve been reading this week.

Leave your links in the comments—we want to hear from you!

From the blogs

India’s Domestic Violence Campaign Asks Men to Be Part of the Solution—what better way to combat DV? from

I Hate Prescriptive Feminism from this ain’t livin

Egyptian Male Blogger Orders Artificial Hymen (say what?) from Global Voices

From the news

Marchers in Spain Protest Effort to Ease Abortion Law from the New York Times

A Brief History of Sex Ed in America from Newsweek

A Feminist’s Case for War? Women’s rights activists are conflicted over a continued U.S. Presence in Afghanistan from the American Prospect


Also, we wanted to remind you that this Friday, November 6, will be our Circumcision Series day (finally)! After much planning, we’re excited to post articles surrounding the male/female circumcision debate. Read, comment, and tell us what you think at

  1. November 2, 2009 4:34 pm

    If you’ve not seen it already, be sure to check out – feminism in geek communities such as Free and Open Source Software, fandom, the sciences, etc.

    • November 2, 2009 4:49 pm

      Thrilled to see the geekfeminism link, thank you.

      Here’s a link to my blog about women & film, based in New Zealand. And—any day now—to our coming feature film project, about women in Wellywood trying to make films. It’s a project for all women who want to make movies, and for the people who love them, a great story about what makes it hard for us to tell our stories on the big screen and how we might make it easier:

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    November 2, 2009 4:48 pm

    The blog that made me realise I am actually a feminist:

  3. November 2, 2009 6:46 pm

    My new Blog is at Explores issues of gender, sexuality, and equality from the prospective of a modern woman.


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