L.A. Times: Virginity pledge? What virginity pledge?
L.A. Times, again: Russian women offered baby bounties.
WSJ.com (free access today only!): B-schools target stay-at-home moms.
CNN: Twelve boys accused of sexual assault -- 12 boys in the second grade.
Center for American Progress: Medicaid funding and the "myth" of the rape exception. ("What happens today when a woman or girl who has been sexually assaulted seeks Medicaid funding for abortion in one of the many states that pay only in the case of rape/incest or life endangerment? The reality is that she is almost always denied coverage for the abortion.")
Unbossed.com: U.S. district judge rules in favor of international AIDS prevention advocates who lost funding under a Bush policy requiring groups receiving federal AIDS grants to explicitly condemn prostitution. (Compare and contrast: "Bush Takes on the Brothels," by Nicholas Kristof.) (Times Select only, sorry.)
Women's eNews: Women are climbing the ranks of newsroom leadership ... right at one of the riskiest times for the industry.
Boston Herald: Parents' dream, kids' nightmare: Schools bar some prom dates after background checks.