Roundup: Parody of black women goes viral

And it's wildly offensive. Also: A report finds female execs were hit harder by the recession

Published October 19, 2010 1:01AM (EDT)

  • Gloria Steinem talks about discovering she had "the power to persuade."
  • Tracy Quan argues that the Chilean miner love triangle "put normal, middle-class adultery in the spotlight in a most refreshing way."
  • A report on the recession finds that female execs "were more than three times as likely to have lost their jobs because of company downsizing or closure than their male peers."
  • A video on "black marriage negotiations" goes viral, and Feministing rightly calls it "another baseless attack on educated, professional, single, African American women who seek healthy partnerships with men."

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