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An elegant slam of Mary Cheney's new book, how football helps colleges lure men. Plus: Should female gamers disguise their voices to avoid harassment by men?
July 11, 2006 12:31AM (UTC)
Slate: Michael Kinsley on what anti-choicers miss in the stem-cell debate.
New York Times: The second article in "The New Gender Divide" series looks at how small colleges are starting football programs to attract more male students.
Mother Jones: Does everybody have the right to have a baby?
New York Times Book Review: Critic Alexandra Jacobs gracefully slams Mary Cheney for failing to "confront the inherent contradiction of working for a party whose attitude toward homosexuality runs the gamut from mild intolerance to out-and-out hostility" in her new autobiography, "My Turn." Eurogamer: New software disguises female gamers' voices so they won't be harassed by men.
Lori Leibovich is a contributing editor at Salon and the former editor of the Life section.
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