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Kuwaiti women vote; Menopausal women at risk for depression, and more

By Sarah Elizabeth Richards
April 5, 2006 12:31AM (UTC)
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Christian Science Monitor: Kuwaiti women vote for the first time; two run for municipal seats.

Boston Globe: Current crop of new TV shows show women in self-sacrificing, submissive roles.

Los Angeles Times: Columnist Joel Stein ponders what makes a man womanly.


MSNBC: Studies show women are more at risk for depression when they hit menopause.

Reuters: Sick of living in a male-dominated culture, five Saudi women get sex change operations.

Slate: William Saletan explains how the morning-after pill works.

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Sarah Elizabeth Richards is a journalist based in New York. She can be reached at sarah@saraherichards.com.

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