Friday, March 4, 2011

Friday Links: Lady Gaga and Zombies

(Flickr/Kerry Burnout)
  • Apparently Lady Gaga's songs present problems for sign language interpreters. How do you translate disco stick? [Washington Post]
  • Last week, I highlighted Sarah Jaffe's series on anti-choice Democrasts, but it's also worth highlighting some great pro-choicers. [Keep Your Boehner Out Of My Uterus]
  • "Americans are so used to the fact that women are capable of doing anything that we hardly ever discuss it." [Gail Collins]
  • These awesome ladies (and men) are protesting to change bad sexual assault policies. [Penn Live]
  • Why do environmentalists hate the Easy-Bake Oven? [Food & Think]
  • "It took me a long time of standing still and being quiet to figure out what in retrospect appears to be a pretty simple lesson: writing a novel and living a life are very much the same thing." [Fuck Yeah Lady Writers]
  • Are you sure you're rooting for the right baseball team? [YFSF]
  • Only about 20 percent of plays are written and produced by women. [Female Playwrights Initiative]
  • We're becoming the United States of Zombieland. [AlterNet]
  • The super-awesome Anna Holmes takes on Charlie Sheen and his horrible misogyny. [New York Times]

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