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Znet Article, January, 12 2010
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Malalai Joya is only 32, but she has been an exile, a refugee, a teacher of girls in the Taliban's Afghanistan, and now that country's youngest member of parliament. She's still on the run though, and still threatened with assassination
Znet Article, January, 11 2010
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While Ostensibly about the marriage rights of lesbians and gays in California, the Perry v. Schwarzenegger court case that begins January 11, 2010, will likely debate the constitutionality of discrimination against LGBT people nationwide. The tria...
Znet Article, January, 10 2010
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The author of this compelling autobiography has been called one of the bravest women in Afghanistan, by media and politicians the globe over.
Znet Article, January, 07 2010
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Arrest of Paata Sabelashvili, LGBT group founder, chills nascent liberation drive
Commentary, January, 04 2010
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This Christmas Eve, I stood guard, anxiously surveying the narrow border between childhood innocence and the complex wisdom of messy adulthood. Little had I realized before now, how perilously close to one another are these two geographic spaces, ...
Znet Article, January, 04 2010
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A book review of "A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice" by Malalai Joya.
Znet Article, December, 27 2009
Berlatsky's ZSpace page
According to stereotype, people of idiosyncratic genders and sexualities congregate in cities. Their cabarets and fabulous performance events happen indoors and at night. For a variety of historical and cultural reasons, you probably wouldn't expe...
Znet Article, December, 23 2009
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For decades, the feminist movement has been split over the status of trans people, and of trans women in particular. High-profile feminists such as Germaine Greer, Jan Raymond and Julie Bindel have spoken out against what Greer terms "people who t...
Znet Article, December, 22 2009
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Exhibition review of Ms Understood: Women's Liberation In 1970s Britain
Znet Article, December, 14 2009
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Music swells, lights flash and the contestants strut on to the stage, waving and blowing kisses. All wear high heels, bikinis and wide smiles.
Znet Article, December, 05 2009
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Znet Article, December, 05 2009
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The Presidentâ€™s speech is history now. Al Qaeda is still the objective and General Stanley McChrystal will get 30,000 more troops and 18 months to make his counterinsurgency plan work. In a country the size of Afghanistan, even ten times that nu...
Zmag Article, December, 04 2009
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An interview with Hong Kong labor leader Cheung Lai-Ha
Znet Article, December, 04 2009
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The Uproar Over New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines
Zmag Article, December, 01 2009
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A writer returns with new research on overscreening
Znet Article, November, 30 2009
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Discrimination, not culture, keeps families in poverty...
Znet Article, November, 27 2009
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Despite major advances in land distribution in Bolivia, single, widowed and undocumented women in this South American country have little chances of owning rural lands due to the patriarchal traditions and customary practices of indigenous peoples...
Znet Article, November, 26 2009
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An estimated one in three women across the globe endures domestic violence. Domestic violence agencies across the U.S. provide crisis lines for help and emergency shelter, among other services, but are often inadequate to meet the other needs of v...
Znet Article, November, 20 2009
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When she first arrived in the U.S. with her two small children, Denia didnâ€™t realize she was pregnant. Fleeing an abusive relationship in Honduras, she had traveled north to the U.S. to reunite with her mother, a naturalized citizen living in Ho...
Znet Article, November, 16 2009
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Women are being asked to shut up and accept the ban on abortion funding in the US healthcare reform bill. We won't