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Global Feminist Link Love: November 16-22

November 23, 2009

Hello global feminists!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend. For those of you in the U.S.–hope you’re getting excited for a yummy Thanksgiving feast! Below has links that we find interesting from this past week. Please leave what you’ve been reading/writing in the comments, we want to hear from you!

Also, as a sidenote: GFLL won’t be back until Monday, December 7 because of the holiday. But, not to fret, we will be covering some awesome links/posts from the two weeks (November 23 – December 6) prior to that!

From the blogs

Hair and race in Dominican Republic (from Jump off the Bridge)

Women’s Media Center Speaks Out Against Newsweek’s Sexist Palin Cover (Majority Post)

You can help lift sex education to a higher level by donating to Scarleteen, the premier online sexuality resource for young people.

And from RHRealityCheck, Who Pays for These Abortions?

U.S. and Japanese Versions of the cover of Spice & Wolf (from Sociological Images)

When you get punished for defending yourself, you don’t even want to fight anymore (from Flip Flopping Joy)

Is a Poltergeist a Ghostly Interference or a Manifestation of a Suppressed Female Psyche? from Juliet Cook for Associated Content

From the news

SOUTH SUDAN: Media Give Us a Fair Deal – Women (via IPS News)

Children’s health and the invisible Ethiopian men (via Gender Masala)

Comparing the House and the Senate Healthcare Proposals (from the NY Times)

Somali Woman Stoned for Adultery (from the BBC)

Royal Bank of Scotland loses landmark wheelchair access appeal (from Times Online)

IAAF says no resolution yet to Semenya case (via Reuters)

Paralympics To Vote On Inclusion Of Athletes With Intellectual Disabilities (From Disability Scoop)

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