Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday Links: Gender Parity in Companies, Congress

(Flickr/Julia Roy)
  • Companies have failed on gender parity because they are focusing on women, not men. [Change This, via Geek Feminism Blog]
  • Suzy Khimm crunches the numbers on women's leadership in the GOP. Turns out it's not as awesome as reports of the "year of the woman" led us to believe. [Mother Jones]
  • Will the Obama administration actually move forward with the plan to classify birth control as preventative care? [The American Prospect]
  • Fashion bloggers might be revolutionizing fashion for the better. [Ms. Blog]
  • Surprised that Barbara Bush is pro-choice? Don't be. She -- and the rest of the Bush family -- have a long history of supporting family planning. [RH Reality Check]
  • You can now make Daria Morgendorffer the voice of your GPS. [NavTones]
  • A woman at Catholic Benedictine University was forced into early retirement for her same-sex wedding announcement. []
  • Does running as a pro-choice candidate put you at an advantage? [Huffington Post]
  • What The Exorcist says about female sexuality. [Ms. Blog]
  • Judd Apatow defends his horrible female characters. [Jezebel]
  • Possibly the grossest thing you could make this Thanksgiving (and no, it's not a turdukin).[Chow]
  • Walk a mile in Lady Gaga's shoes? [Stylelist]

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