AlterNet: Bush as batterer.
The Economist: "Should there be a right to procreation, even if one of the parties withdraws consent? Or should there be an absolute right NOT to procreate?"
HuffPo: Rachel Sklar's still trying to give creepy S.D. Sen. Bill Napoli the media flogging he deserves.
New York Times: Coast Guard cadet accused of rape, other assaults.
Le Monde (en Français!): "Le vrai succès de la pilule du lendemain." Our tipster/translator summarizes: "The headline translates as 'The true success of the morning-after pill.' The morning-after pill has been available in France from a pharmacist without a prescription since 1999, and from school nurses since 2000. While 13.7 % of all sexually active women and 30.3 % of 15-19 year olds [unclear in the article whether that is only sexually active women 15-19] have used it, 'the morning-after pill has not led to a reduction in contraception use nor ... [to] unrestrained sexuality, as some feared.'"