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Kuwaiti women vote; Menopausal women at risk for depression, and more
April 5, 2006 12:31AM (UTC)
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.
Why Sorkin started reading Breitbart
"Mister Miracle" in an absurd age
Please don't invite me over to dinner
Things "Game of Thrones" did for love
Fundamentalism and brain damage linked
Democrats: Want four more years of this?
Putin's massive attack on America worked
Arya Stark is an adult now — get over it
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