What else we're reading
Girl-on-girl fighting in city schools, Hayek helps battered women, and "how to raise a lady."
February 17, 2006 3:22AM (UTC)
Chicago Sun Times: Girl-on-girl fighting is up in city schools.
BBC News: A British hospital may make a maternity unit midwife-led.
New York Times: Salma Hayek speaks out for battered women.
USA Today: More single women are becoming homeowners.
Nerve.com, via AlterNet: All about "losing it."
Gawker: Brooks Brothers on how to raise a "lady."
Newsweek: Women find jealousy, rivalry and betrayal on the job.
Arizona Daily Star: Teens need parents' signatures before getting contraception.
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