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Global Feminist Link Love: March 1-7

March 8, 2010

Hello global feminists,

We know you’re in the middle of Blog for IWD, but wanted to take a few minutes to give you links to some interesting articles written last week. Be sure to check them out. Leave your links (i.e. what you’ve written last week) in the comments, we want to hear from you!

Blog for IWD will resume shortly . . .

From the blogs

Recommended Interview: Ann Cotton, founder of ‘Campaign for Female Education’ in Africa from the Daily Femme

No is no: More men file sexual harassment claims (via Salon.com)

Journalist on Twitter: “Black Women Slaves Weren’t All Victims” from BlogHer

A Missed Opportunity for Global Participation: Advocates Face Barriers to Access and Input at the 54th Commission on the Status of Women from Akimbo blog

Rape victim jailed for making “false” allegations from The F-Word

Beyond the Binary: Let’s Go To the Doctor! from meloukhia

This is Why We’re Always on about Language from FWD

Should Oh Canada Become More Gender Neutral? from Womanist Musings

From the news

Films can help combat violence against women (via the International News (Pakistan))

The happy hooker myth is a far cry from reality (via the Independent (Ireland))

Aung San Suu Kyi Isn’t Alone in Burma from the Utne Reader

Home Births Rise, Mostly By Choice from NPR News

JORDAN: Where Iraqi Women Are Also Fathers (via IPS News)

Sexporting an image of American women (via the Global Post)

RIGHTS-SWAZILAND: Property Rights At Last for Women (via IPS News)

What do you mean you ‘had sex’? from the LA Times

Korean Women Flock to Government from the NY Times

One Comment
  1. March 9, 2010 12:13 pm

    Happy International Women’s Day/Week. Thanks for the coverage.

    The latest post, ‘The stigma of abortion’, at The Dawn Chorus http://thedawnchorus.wordpress.com/2010/03/04/the-stigma-of-abortion/

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