What else we're reading
"Brokeback" marriages, inflatable sex dolls, machismo and feminist consciousness-raising.
March 10, 2006 4:10AM (UTC)
AlterNet: In Iran, police attack peaceful International Women's Day celebration.
Reuters: In Mexico, inflatable sex dolls fight machismo.
Forbes: Are women happy under the glass ceiling?
Christian Science Monitor: What's so scary about feminism? Includes a pop quiz: Define consciousness-raising.
Editor & Publisher: Chicken! South Dakota's largest newspaper takes no editorial stand whatsoever on state's abortion ban.
New York Times: Living with a "Brokeback" marriage.
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