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Tag: Women’s Rights

MRA: A War on Women?
March 10, 2012 • one comment • 853 views
Sexism

I sometimes write about feminism, but I rarely write about the anti-feminists. I do follow the blog Man Boobz though, and yesterday I found a link to an interesting article from Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a civil rights organisation dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry, titled “Leader’s Suicide Brings Attention to Men’s Rights Movement”. The […]

Belonging Nowhere?
March 5, 2012 • no comments • 747 views
Feminism, Freethought, LGBT

All communities have their problems and their conflicts. Sometimes belonging to several communities that don’t always overlap can be a bit of a problem. Natalie Reed experienced this recently when she wanted to write a post titled “God Does Not Love Trans People” addressing the sentiment that god loves everyone and thus religious people who […]

Worth Reading – Part IV
February 24, 2012 • no comments • 521 views
Worth Reading

So, time for more highlights from my RSS reader! Media Kate Moennig who played Shane in the TV series The L Word, is back on the screen in a new TV show on Showtime. Yay! She was awesome in The L Word. L Word’s Kate Moennig Joins Cast of Showtime’s Ray Donovan Pilot – Diva […]

Worth Reading – Part III
January 30, 2012 • no comments • 377 views
Worth Reading

Time for another list of interesting articles and posts from my RSS feed. Since I’ve been busy for well over a week, I have nearly 700 entries to go through in my reader! Here’s a few number of highlights: Atheism Several flower shops refused to deliver flowers to Jessica Ahlquistwho recently won a lawsuit against […]

Why Saudi Women Shouldn’t Drive
December 3, 2011 • 2 comments • 378 views
Feminism, Sexism

 According to some kooks from the Saudi highest religious council and a former university professor, letting women drive will lead to an increase in prostitution, pornography, homosexuality and divorce. No less! What does that mean? It also means that Saudi Arabia will run out of virgins very fast. Now that’s what I call a serious […]