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Archive for September, 2009

Sotomayor and Progress

mgarcias Icon Posted by michelle garcia

September 29th, 2009

Sotomayor’s elevation to the high court should inspire the many she is said to represent –women, Latinas/non-whites– and the nation that has presumably been enriched by the social advancement that her confirmation heralded, to embrace the challenges that were left in the wake of “progress.”


I Haz Teh Sadz

echidneofthesnakess Icon Posted by Echidne of the Snakes

September 21st, 2009

Because of that crappy post at Huffington Post and the whole idea that women are now terribly unhappy because feminism failed them. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that this isn’t what our Arianna is selling us. She’s very unhappy herself, because she is running a website rather than washing floors back at home. But getting more clicks at the expense of feminists is well worth the tears she sheds.


Cartoon for Women’s eNews: Pre-Existing Condition

mreids Icon Posted by Mikhaela Reid

September 1st, 2009

Starting this month, I’ll be doing biweekly cartoons for the fabulous Women’s eNews (which will also be debuting a fabulous new website design sometime soon). Here’s the first one, “Pre-Existing Condition.” For more on this topic, see “Reformers Say Maternity Benefits Make Dollar Sense” and “Push Is On to Cover Prenatal Care in Health Plan”