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Global Feminist Link Love (it’s back!) Post-Thanksgiving Edition: November 23 – December 6

December 7, 2009

Hello all,

Global Feminist Link Love is now back! What have you been reading/writing this week? We want to hear from you, so leave your links in the comments!

-the editors at GAB

From the blogs

Feminists Give Thanks from Danine Spencer

From a Young Woman to (Some) of the ‘Menopausal Militia’ from activist Shelby Knox at RHRealityCheck

Racism and misogyny in Coed Magazine: “Poca-Hotness” (NSFW) from Sociological Images

On “Burqa Barbie”: Girls, You Can Be Whatever You Want! Except a Muslim from Vs. the Pomegranate

An online exhibition by photographer Alex Kamweru entitled “Women of Kenya Are…” from the International Museum of Women

Male Rape Victims and the Penetration Problem from the Sexist Amanda Hess

Why AIDS is a Women’s Rights Issue from Choice.org

Ski jump sexism? Not in our jurisdiction from Confabulous

The Maguindanao Massacre by Chally at Zero at the Bone

U.S. Sailor Acquitted of Rape, Despite Admission of Physical Force by Cara at the Curvature

Gender Parity Report Finds Zambia’s Media Houses Lagging from the WIP

From the news

Muslim Women’s Shelter Provides Refuge, Support from NPR News

The New York Times just released their top 10 books of 2009 and guess what? It does include lots of female authors, unlike Publisher’s Weekly List.

Lessons of the Montreal Massacre from the Toronto Star about the violent killings in the name of anti-feminism (also see a related post from FWD/Forward, about disabled women/girls who have been murdered in Not So Silent)

Paula Hawkins Dies; First Woman Elected To Senate Sans Family Tie from NPR News

Disabled, and Seeking Acceptance in Fashion: a review of Britain’s Missing Top Model from the NY Times

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  1. December 8, 2009 2:04 am

    A Twitter conversation between New Zealand & Japan, about gender & filmmaking: http://tinyurl.com/yj3mko9

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