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Global Feminist Link Love: January 18-24

January 25, 2010

Hello global feminists,

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Below are some links you might wanna check out.

What have you been reading/writing this week? Shamelessly self-promote yourself in the comments below!

-the editors of GAB

From the blogs

The 12th Feminist Carnival happened at Feminist Review last week! It’s a review edition–check it out.

When Buying Sex, Men Know Women Are Often Forced to Sell from

On Feminist Infighting from Feminist Themes

Not Your Father’s Islamist TV: Changing Programming on Hizbullah’s al-Manar via Arab, Media & Society

Women’s Movement Mourns Death of 3 Haitian Leaders from Amplify Your Voice

Can You Hear Us Now? about Roe v. Wade‘s 27th anniversary from RH Reality Check

The importance of women’s friendships via Zero at the Bone

IOC Shows More Ignorance About Gender from Women’s Sports Blog and Olympic Panel: Gender Is a Medical Concern from the Advocate

Sudan’s First LGBT Rights Organization? from Global Voices

From the News

Nepal ‘to stage gay weddings on Everest’ from the Telegraph

It’s okay. Sen. Brown was just being a (naked) man from the Washington Post

Spain aims to boost EU gender equality from the BBC

An Ombudswoman for Sexual Diversity in Nicaragua from IPS News

Natasha Walter: ‘I believed sexism in our culture would wither away. I was entirely wrong’ from the Guardian

Sexist Backlash Against Gender-Responsive Aid in Haiti Shows Some Men Really Don’t Get It from Alternet

  1. soisaystoher permalink
    January 25, 2010 4:19 pm

    This feels a little like being the first person to step up to the buffet but here goes…

    my blog is

    come say hi!

  2. January 25, 2010 4:55 pm


    I write a blog which focuses on womens issues and at times other issues society as a whole faces. I also have a forum where the topics I bring up can be discussed, you can keep your own journal on the forum, and you can bring up issues that you think of on your own. It’s great fun, and I hope to see you there.

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