Month: August 2008

INCITE! Needs Your Help

A whole bunch of other feminist blogs have posted this, so chances are that you’ve already seen it.  But just in case . . . Dear INCITE! friends and supporters, On the eve of the 3 year anniversary of the…

Gustav

A few days after the three year anniversary of Katrina — and later, Rita — many of our neighbors in the Southern U.S. are gearing up for another big storm before they’ve even recovered from the first one. After hitting…

John McCain thinks women are stupid

Last night, upon hearing that Sarah Palin was McCain’s pick for VP, I thought it was bad news for us (but a good decision on his part). But after watching her speech, I’m re-considering. The invocation of Democratic women —…

Seriously, CNN?

Palin has been the VP pick for all of five minutes, and already one of the (male) reporters on CNN just asked another reporter something along the lines of, “Now, Palin also has a baby with Down’s Syndrome. Those children…

Crap.

Even in Viet Nam, we’re getting word (via NYTimes.com and various folks on g-chat) that it’s Palin for McCain’s VP. Not good. She has a solid resume. She’s not an old white dude, which makes McCain look less stodgy. Biden…

Caught Between the Tiger and the Crocodile

SD from the Foreign Affairs blog (a blog which tagline reads: Rantings on Cambodia, politics, human rights, corruption, feminism, the environment and other topics that provoke, interspersed with posts on life, the universe and everything) posted this interesting video on…

As promised…

Well, my time here at Feministe draws to a close…technically, it ends tomorrow, but I have some doctor appointments today and a dance competition beginning this eve, so my presense will be fleeting!  I want to thank the Feministe crew for…

New Comment Policy

Safe, pro-feminist discussion is important to us. We will delete comments that are abusive, off-topic, or include ad hominem attacks. Foul language is not offensive to us unless it is used as a weapon against a writer or commenter. Because…