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Global Feminist Link Love: January 25-31

February 1, 2010

Hi global feminists,

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Below are some links we think you should check out.

What have you been reading/writing this past week? Shamelessly self-promote yourself and leave links in the comments!


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From the blogs

Sistahs University, from

Check out the new blog called Sistahs University, which deals with race, gender, and education.

Vegans, Vegetarians It’s Time To Talk from Womanist Musings

Rebuilding Mobile Women’s Health Clinics in Haiti from BlogHer

The (Feminist) Business Bloggers’ Lament from Authentic Organizations

The Poor White Women: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on White Female Converts from Muslimah Media Watch

Race Card: If Successful White Women Can Find Love, Then So Can Successful Black Women from Bitch Media

Gender Issues Must Move to Heart of Davos Agenda from Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)

I do not consent: Musings on sexual terrorism from Race-Talk

Autistic Woman Raped In Broad Daylight; No One Stops To Help from HipHop Wired

Disability & Fiction: After the Dragon by Sarah Monette from FWD/Forward

From the news

Malawi Gays Get Cash for Activism from the Advocate

Will HPV Screening Replace Pap Tests? from Menstruation Research

Expanding access to healthy food across racial lines from the Washington Post

eHarmony agrees to settle gay discrimination suit from the Washington Post

Harassed, intimidated, abused: but now Pakistan’s hijra transgender minority finds its voice from the Guardian

KENYA: Documenting Sexual Violence from IPS News

Chaos Eases as Haiti Food Lines Focus on Women from the NY Times

Five-day limit for post-sex pill from the BBC

  1. February 1, 2010 4:23 pm

    This is something that, though I didn’t write it this week, I posted this week.


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