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Opinion | Jenifer McKim and Phillip Martin: Why rich powerful men buy cheap s*x - The Boston Globe
Opinion | Jenifer McKim and Phillip Martin: Why rich powerful men buy cheap s*x - The Boston Globe Most men don’t buy s*x, but those who frequently pay for s*xual acts tend to be men making over $100,000 a year.
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In the wake of the trial, there seems to be some confusion about what causes r**e.
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Equal Means Equal Film Debut in Long Beach
Equal Means Equal Film Debut in Long Beach Pacific Shore NOW and The LGBTQ Center Long Beach invites you to the premiere Long Beach screening of the new full length documentary, EQUAL MEANS EQUAL. BUST Magazine - “In the United States of America, all men are created equal. Women? Eh... not so much.” This is the rallying cry behind filmmak…
Why you should always buy the men’s version of almost anything
Why you should always buy the men’s version of almost anything It's a good principle to live by, based on this new discovery.
Patriarchy Is Killing Our Planet
Patriarchy Is Killing Our Planet The global epidemic of violence against women and their systematic exclusion from the power structures that rule us are integral to man's violent exploitation of Earth and her resources, writes...
NOTORIOUS RBG. WORK.
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and with one deleted tweet, donald trump assures that millions of women will now probably vote for hillary clinton simply out of spite and for the "we're so sick of this kind of sh*t"-ness of it all.
On Friday, Ms. lost its senior editor, Michele Kort, after a more than three-years-long battle with ovarian cancer. Michele was the heart and soul of Ms.; she dedicated herself for decades to the feminist goals of justice, dignity, respect, diversity and women's empowerment—and fought with dogged determination. She was also a music and sports aficionado; a passionate lover of animals and defender of animal rights; a culture vulture; a lifelong Angeleno; and an art historian. She was beloved by many and her absence from Ms. will be felt for many years to come.
The tribute magazine pictured below was produced for Michele shortly before she died. It contains some of the many feature articles and blog posts she wrote during her 13 years as a Ms. editor. If you'd like to see it, a copy is housed in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College. (Photo by Mark Hanauer)
Congratulations! Vivian Boyack, age 91, and Alice “Nonie” Dubes, age 90, have been together for 72 years, and this weekend they tied the knot. http://bit.ly/1pI0wvE
What do you think?
Do you agree with Justice Ginsburg? Let us know: http://bit.ly/1H2IdM9
Do you agree with Jon? Let us know: http://bit.ly/1Dm5Hww
There are 15 countries where husbands can prevent their wives from accepting jobs. See more on barriers that women face restricting their economic potential: http://ow.ly/AAh0c
Women are 23% less likely than men to be online in developing countries. Learn more: http://ow.ly/Bwgvq
A lack of family-friendly policies is driving American women from the work force: http://nyti.ms/1yOL772
Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC) Summer Internship Program | Civil Liberties...
Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC) Summer Internship Program | Civil Liberties... 2014 RRASC Highlights This summer, students in CLPP's Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps worked at host sites around the country in community health, policy advocacy, communications, fundraising, and grassroots mobilization. Here are some of their highlights! 2013 RRASC Highlights This summe…
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Today we honor all of those who fought for women's right to vote as we celebrate Election Day in the US. The fight for women's suffrage in the United States lasted 72 years from the first women's right conference in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848 to the passage of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote in 1920. The text of the amendment is simple, straightforward, and to modern Americans, absolutely obvious, but at the turn of the twentieth century, it was an unpopular point of view among many.
The pamphlet pictured here was created by an organization founded in 1911 to actively oppose state and national suffrage efforts, the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. In it, they listed several reasons for opposing women's suffrage including: "Because it is unwise to risk the good we already have for the evil which may occur" and "Because in some States more voting women than voting men will place the Government under petticoat rule." The group disbanded in 1920 after the passage of the 19th Amendment.
This year marks the 94th anniversary of women's right to vote and, for Election Day, we're celebrating a few of the original Mighty Girls -- the suffragists! The suffragists were activists who worked tirelessly to secure that right for themselves, their daughters, and future generations of American women. Women are still grateful for the work of their suffragist sisters; since the 1980s, women have been turning out to vote in significantly higher numbers than men.
To introduce children and teens to the amazing women of the US suffrage movement, check out our post on “How Women Won the Vote: Teaching Kids About the U.S. Suffrage Movement” for numerous reading recommendations: http://www.amightygirl.com/blog/?p=2346
A Mighty Girl features special collections showcasing books and other resources on two prominent early American suffragists: Susan B. Anthony (http://bit.ly/1mlifMW) and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (http://bit.ly/1oGAhIj).
For an excellent depiction of the tireless work of two suffragists who helped bring the 19th Amendment to fruition, Lucy Burns and Alice Paul, we highly recommend the film Iron Jawed Angels for ages 13 and up: http://www.amightygirl.com/iron-jawed-angels
The excellent "One Woman, One Vote" documentary also tells Paul's story, along with that of the Suffrage Movement's other key leaders such as Anthony and Stanton -- for viewers 10 and up (http://www.amightygirl.com/one-woman-one-vote)
And, for toys and games to teach children about women's history, visit our "Women's History" toy section at http://www.amightygirl.com/toys/toys-games/geography-history?cat=637
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Emma's latest cover is for British ELLE's first ever feminism issue! More info here: http://on.elleuk.com/1oP446b
Maya Angelou, Lyrical Witness of the Jim Crow South, Dies at 86
Maya Angelou, Lyrical Witness of the Jim Crow South, Dies at 86 Ms. Angelou’s landmark book, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” was among the first autobiographies by a 20th-century black woman to reach a wide readership.
Renowned poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou passed away today at the age of 86.
Uncovered Papers Show Past Government Efforts to Drive G**s From Jobs
Uncovered Papers Show Past Government Efforts to Drive G**s From Jobs Documents obtained by a gay rights group offer fresh details about the views that drove the federal government’s sometimes-obsessive effort to identify and fire g**s in government jobs.
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