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A pink brownstone in Brooklyn draws extreme ire! Plus: Would women rulers make a gentler world?

Published September 22, 2006 7:00PM (EDT)

BBC: Colombian women have ended a 10-day sex strike intended to curb gang violence. No word yet on whether it worked.

Ms. Magazine: Sure, media consolidation is bad for all of humankind. But women and minorities have it especially bad.

Women's eNews: Debate rages over Chilean women's reproductive rights.

Associated Press: Despite (or perhaps because of) a recent show of support from Jane Fonda and Eve Ensler, Sweden's Feminist party failed to win any parliament seats in the country's recent election.

Feministing: Get ready for a slew of potlucks nationwide to raise funds to fight the South Dakota abortion ban.

Also from Feministing: CNN Founder Ted Turner says there'd be "a much kinder, gentler, more intelligently run world" if women ruled.

New Times: Fox News keeps us on our toes by donating $10,000 to the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.

NY Daily News: Got a problem with pink? A bright fuchsia brownstone raises ire in Brooklyn.

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