Blog posts from August 2007

New Features! New Reviews!

by Jess McCabe // 31 August 2007, 16:37

This month's update isn't finished yet, but there's already plenty of interesting stuff to read. First up, Irina Lester reviews One Hundred Strokes of the Brush Before Bed, by Melissa Panarello. It's definitely an interesting contrast to last month's interview...

Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany, is the most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes magazine. Wu Yi, vice premier of China, came in second, while, interestingly US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice dropped from second place to fourth...

US firms lose out on $64 billion, or about £32 million, a year from professionals who quit their job when they are discriminated against on the grounds of gender, race and sexuality, reports the Financial Times. The research by the...

Amnesty reports on Hungary

by Louise Livesey // 30 August 2007, 09:23

I think the problem with sexual violence in Hungary can be summed up by this quote from the report: “At least 85% of them are whores: but they do not manage to come to an agreement. They are prostitutes: overtly...

7th September in Salford: Volunteers Needed

by Barbara Felix // 29 August 2007, 20:51

From The Big Issue In The North: "Organisations that want to know more about the benefits of volunteers from groups not normally attracted to volunteering - such as young people, asylum seekers, black and minority ethnic communities and the unemployed...

Playboy has already expanded its empire from porn to pencil cases, so it should be no surprise that it is responding to the Web 2.0 craze with a social networking site for students. The Chronicle of Higher Education suggests some...

Married men do less housework than co-habitees

by Jess McCabe // 29 August 2007, 17:53

Married men report doing less housework than live-in boyfriends, regardless of whether or not the couple holds egalitarian values, according to research by George Mason University in the US. The research looked at married and co-habiting heterosexual couples from 28...

Ladyfest Bristol is Here!

by Holly Combe // 29 August 2007, 16:40

Tags: events, ladyfest

Ladyfest Bristol had a great launch at The Cube on Monday night. I must confess this has been my first time attending a Ladyfest, as I tend to get rather embarrassed when I am reminded that a celebration of women’s...

Mind the gap!

by Samara Ginsberg // 29 August 2007, 13:50

The Guardian presents some sobering statistics on the pay gap between men and women, finding that it is as wide in the boardroom as lower down. The only two women heading any of Britain's top 100 companies saw their...

We've not mentioned it on the blog, I don't think, but I'm sure readers will be aware that Amnesty International recently changed its policy, to support the right to abortion for cases where a woman has been raped, sexually assaulted,...

Feminism declared dead, again

by Louise Livesey // 29 August 2007, 09:20

Feminism has more lives than an average herd of very lucky cats, it's seems. It's been declared dead again by Magnus Linklater (see picture to right which I've captioned "Would you take feminist history 101 from this man?") in...

Cosmo renames rape - as not rape

by Louise Livesey // 29 August 2007, 08:50

If anyone needed further proof that women's glossy magazines are part of the problem see Cosmo's renaming of "date rape" (a problematic enough term because people presume meanings not meant by the term) to "grey rape". Yes that's right, get...

Witch burnings in Papua New Guinea

by Samara Ginsberg // 28 August 2007, 12:13

The Independent reports on the ignorance of HIV in Papua New Guinea, which has led to victims being buried alive for fear of them passing on the virus. In the absence of accurate information, HIV is being attributed to witchcraft:...

Is it better to pee like a man?

by Jess McCabe // 28 August 2007, 12:10

AdsoftheWorld.com highlights another interesting ad campaign, this time for a biodegradable thingymagig that allows women to pee standing up. Here's a description of how the campaign worked in practice, seemingly in Canada: To drive trial where the product was most...

Lingerie firm shuns photoshop in favour of real women

by Jess McCabe // 28 August 2007, 11:38

OK, it's hideously expensive, but kudos to Lille Boutique for using non-photoshopped models to advertise their lingerie. The Portland, Oregan boutique sells 'bralettes' for $225 each. On sale. But at least if you do pay this much, you have a...

More on "Girl Power"

by Louise Livesey // 27 August 2007, 10:25

Following on from this discussion of the Spice Girls, the Halifax News (in Canada, not UK) has an interesting article on the "Perversion of Girl Power". Including this: "The Spice Girls and that whole era of MTV feminism ... really...

Love your hair as it is - buy our stuff!

by Jess McCabe // 27 August 2007, 10:07

Remember the video Dove put out last year, showing the transformation of a real-life model, with blemishes, etc, into the kind of perfect image you see in advertising? Well, they've done it again, this time with hair. The video (below)...

A social network for professional women?

by Jess McCabe // 26 August 2007, 22:56

Most websites designed "for women" tend to be dire, falling into the trap of assuming that it's possible to meaningfully target something at half the population, and assuming the way to do that is through shoes, shopping and pink things....

Trafficked women auctioned in pubs

by Jess McCabe // 26 August 2007, 16:40

Trafficked women are being auctioned in Cambridgeshire pubs, before being locked away in brothels, reports the Observer. The discovery was made after police carried out a series of raids on 73 brothels in Cambridgeshire, which resulted in the rescue of...

News Flash - Kate Moss has lost weight!

by Samara Ginsberg // 26 August 2007, 13:16

From that bastion of journalistic integrity the Daily Mail comes a shock report about the latest developments in Kate Moss' figure. Kate's "friends" have informed the Mail that she "has lost half a stone over the past three weeks and...

Cool Vs. Freak

by Barbara Felix // 26 August 2007, 12:48

Yesterday at the supermarket checkout, I saw a very young girl (let's say about 7 or 8 tops) wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the legend COOL VS. FREAK. Whilst the first few immediate reactions I had ranged from "Oh my...

Inside the host clubs of Osaka

by Jess McCabe // 26 August 2007, 10:14

The Great Happiness Space is a documentary by Jake Clennell about the hosts of Osaka, who entertain women for money. Not sleep with them for money - although they occasionally do have sex. They are charming, make their customers...

PS2 - for panty-sniffers?

by Jess McCabe // 26 August 2007, 10:00

As regular readers know, you can always count on Sony to come up with a truly offensive advert for the PlayStation. Well, AdsoftheWorld.com has dug out some more examples in this genre, this time advertising the PS2 with... men sniffing...

Purple Protest in London - Video

by Catherine Redfern // 25 August 2007, 12:05

A video has been posted on youtube of the first Purple Resistance roving protest through London about the low conviction rate for rape and the culture of blaming victims for being raped by men. The sound is a bit difficult...

Women are apparently not allowed to have women's bodies

by Louise Livesey // 25 August 2007, 10:22

After the coverage of Jacqui Smith's cleavage and Hilary Clinton's cleavage we now have the case of Emily Maitlis's legs. Newsreader extraordinaire has been criticised for wearing a skirt which was so unedifyingly short (i.e. knee length) it might...

Sexual Violence in Congo at epidemic propotions

by Louise Livesey // 25 August 2007, 09:33

Sexual violence against women in the southern province of South-Kivu (number 7 on the map) has reached epidemic proportions according to reports by the local commission on sexual violence. Between January and June 2007 some 5,470 cases of sexual...

More improbably research "results"

by Louise Livesey // 25 August 2007, 09:09

According to the Telegraph and a research team from University of California, Santa Barbara and Yale University, women have a "homing" instinct for food. "Today, a scientific study says that over many thousands of years evolution has designed women to...

Men let off with puny fines after viciously beating wives

by Jess McCabe // 24 August 2007, 19:04

A man branded his wife with an iron for not pressing his shirt. He slashed her feet with a knife while she slept, because she had not made his sandwiches. When she "complained", as the Daily Mail puts it, he...

Underwear maker Sloggi has outraged many Swedes, with a competition which revolves around finding "the world's most beautiful bum", reports The Local. As far as I know, the same campaign has received exactly zero attention in the UK. Users on...

Six weeks without a toothbrush, shower or makeup

by Jess McCabe // 24 August 2007, 12:37

A woman went six weeks without makeup, washing or brushing her teeth, and recording the whole thing for the BBC, reports the Daily Mail. As usual with these types of 'social experiments', it's a bit of a mixed bag. On...

Quinceañera dolls 'a bit racist' and more

by Jess McCabe // 24 August 2007, 11:04

Dolls don't have a good rep with feminists anyway. But Mi blog es tu blog has found a particularly hideous example. Laura points out that the porcelain doll is a touch racist, noting that the press release describes the doll...

Women are subject to discrimination in the workplace, but for women from ethnic minorities the problem is often worse, as racism and religious and cultural ignorance come into play as well. Pickled Politics points to this feature in Personnel Today...

"Girl Power" - yay or nay?

by Louise Livesey // 23 August 2007, 11:06

It's ten years since the Spice Girls stormed the charts and stole the phrase "Girl Power" from the band Shampoo. And some people are fating this as a cultural landslide... Sex expert Tracey Cox says: 'Girl Power didn't just leave...

African-American Lesbians in NYC...

by Louise Livesey // 23 August 2007, 08:42

West Village has always been thought of as synonymous with LGBT freedom. Not anymore. On August 18th 2006 a group of seven young African-American lesbian-identified women travelled to West Village from Newark for a night out. Outside an independent cinema,...

Prostitutes told to reform or face jail

by Jess McCabe // 22 August 2007, 14:10

The government plans to put prostitutes behind bars if they are caught soliciting sex, reports The Guardian. Under the proposed legislation, the courts will be able to force women to attend three sessions with an "expert", to talk about exiting...

Organise your own Ladyfest

by Samara Ginsberg // 22 August 2007, 09:46

In today's Guardian, Leonie Cooper explains how to organise your own Ladyfest. The Ladyfest is a relatively recent phenomenon, the first happening in Washington in 2000. The idea is simple: it's a not-for-profit feminist festival celebrating all things female and...

In answer to the question.....

by Louise Livesey // 22 August 2007, 09:03

Are there any women music bloggers out there...? Blogher.org has prepared this response confirming the existence of this apparently rare breed....

The UN has released detailed reports of new crimes against Darfur women by soldiers and the government sponsored Janjaweed militia. The report also accuses the Sudanese government of failing to investigate these crimes and protect it's population. "The abuses may...

Racism puts mothers at risk in Sweden

by Jess McCabe // 21 August 2007, 16:57

Sweden has a reputation as one of the best countries in the world to give birth. But, according to a new study, the outlook is not so good for mothers born outside the Scandinavian country. The Local reports that women...

Sexual Assault is second most common injury for Jamaican Women

by Louise Livesey // 21 August 2007, 10:08

And 70% of rape victims in Jamaica are under the age of consent. Amnesty International has published a new report on sexual violence against women and children in Jamaica. "Just a Little Sex" is the result of research concluded in...

Barbie through the ages

by Samara Ginsberg // 21 August 2007, 09:35

One of my favourite things to look at on YouTube is old skool advertisements. They provide such a fascinating insight into which products were available, to whom they were marketed, how things were promoted in different decades and what techniques...

Women prefer pink - it's apparently genetic.... (Additional)

by Louise Livesey // 21 August 2007, 09:27

As flagged in a previous post theres much nonsense being spread about "genetic" liking of different colours by men and woman. On the basis of showing 208 participants 1,000 coloured squares either on a computer screen or flashcards (Reuters and...

40 reasons not to have children

by Samara Ginsberg // 21 August 2007, 08:58

French writer Corinne Maier has scandalised the parents of France by writing a book entitled No Kid: 40 Reasons Not to Have Children and has been the subject of an interesting interview in The Times. On the face of it,...

Hair-raising interview

by Jess McCabe // 20 August 2007, 23:30

Pam Spaulding from Pam's House Blend and Pandagon did a really interesting video interview for a project called Hair Stories. You can read more about it on her blog (sorry, I can't get the embedded video to work): I am...

The female love of pink has deep, deep roots, according to research by the University of Newcastle. The Times reports on a study which purports to trace girls' and women's preference for fluffy pinks to "humans’ hunter-gatherer days, when women...

Kenyans fail to secure 50 seats for women

by Jess McCabe // 20 August 2007, 18:49

Kenyan campaigners have failed in a bid to secure 50 seats in parliament for female politicians, reports the Feminist Majority Foundation. Out of 222 seats, women fill only 18. According to media reports, a bill to increase the representation of...

The fashion mag lifestyle: really, really expensive!

by Jess McCabe // 20 August 2007, 18:02

There are plenty of reasons to diss fashion mags (I can't quite bring myself to call them women's magazines). But one of the easiest is the consumer fantasy they embody, a fantasy which is way out of pretty much everyone's...

Hockey film has audiences lapping up feminist message

by Jess McCabe // 20 August 2007, 17:27

A new Bollywood flick meshes together the best of The Mighty Ducks with an exposition on gender stereotyping. Chak De India follows the story of a once-successful (field) hockey star, who makes a come back as a coach for...

BA(Hons) Homemaking - teaching women's inferiority since 1910

by Louise Livesey // 20 August 2007, 15:18

Before I start, yes it's at a private university in the US. However, as the radical and/or religious right get more air-time over here, then let's see what's on offer. Southwestern Bapist Theological Seminary in Texas (not to be...

Flagging up....

by Louise Livesey // 20 August 2007, 15:16

this excellent article on Women's Health News on how anti-abortion groups "spin" research findings....

PIs zone in on arranged marriages

by Jess McCabe // 20 August 2007, 12:47

Families in India are increasingly hiring private detectives to investigate potential son-in-laws, reports Women's eNews. The trend has been fed by the use of internet dating sites to find matches for arranged marriages: "Since people who meet online know little...

I'm a roller girl, in my roller world...

by Jess McCabe // 19 August 2007, 19:48

The London Rollergirls have already been getting some great press. Hell, they were even on Richard & Judy (that video is actually worth watching, if, like me, you have no idea what a roller derby is). Now they're putting on...

I'm Just a Girl

by Catherine Redfern // 19 August 2007, 19:05

There are so many little subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which boys and girls learn what it means in our society to be male or female. Being female is generally represented as being attractive, being male is...

Psychologies article makes feminist fume

by Catherine Redfern // 18 August 2007, 18:35

The September 2007 issue of Psychologies magazine includes a feature guaranteed to increase my stress levels. Under the dubious headline "Are Women Better at Being in Charge?", various bosses, Chief Executives and leaders, both male and female, give their...

A police officer tells it like it is...

by Jess McCabe // 18 August 2007, 10:53

A female police officer has a blog. In that blog, she reveals some very interesting things about the way rape cases are treated by the police and criminal justice system. For example, in this post, PC Bloggs compares the notes...

The life of a Hong Kong maid?

by Jess McCabe // 17 August 2007, 15:32

The BBC investigates the mistreatment of Filipino women when they go to Hong Kong to work as maids, as part of a series called Maids: The Untold Story You can download part one of the series here. In particular, the...

Eating disorders may have a genetic basis

by Samara Ginsberg // 17 August 2007, 13:58

Professor Janet Treasure reports in The Times about her research into eating disorders, courting the possibility that these severe psychiatric conditions may be caused at least in part by the physiological functioning of the brain. Professor Treasure likens eating...

Racism against indigenous peoples - alive and well

by Louise Livesey // 17 August 2007, 09:26

We all know that to be a woman is hard, to be a woman on minority ethnic descent harder. Spare a thought for Rigoberta Menchú, Nobel Peace Prize winner, UNESCO ambassador, Guatamalan Presidential Candidate, women's and indigenous people's rights...

The Daily Mail profiles women who fail to "dress their age"

by Samara Ginsberg // 17 August 2007, 09:18

Today's issue of the Daily Mail features a profile of five middle-aged women who dress like teenagers. To be honest, I'm a bit bemused as to what is so newsworthy of this. Women daring to dress in a manner not...

Introducing our new blogger: Samara Ginsberg

by Jess McCabe // 16 August 2007, 23:52

We have a new addition here at The F Word family: Samara Ginsberg is joining us as a regular blogger. You might remember her name from her contributions to the main F Word site, such as ‘Honey! Your vagina needs...

JLo's cellulite shocker insults women

by Samara Ginsberg // 16 August 2007, 21:17

Today's issue of The Metro, a free tabloid newspaper owned by the Daily Mail Media Group, distributed every weekday on the London Underground, advises us that women can now breathe a sigh of relief because JLo has cellulite. The version...

Matt Damon calls James Bond out as a misogynist

by Jess McCabe // 16 August 2007, 20:05

At the premier of the latest Bourne flick, actor Matt Damon called James Bond an "imperialist and misogynist", reports the Daily Mail. "The Bond thing, I understand the comparison because they are both agents and it's the world of espionage...

Latest carnival of feminists out now

by Jess McCabe // 16 August 2007, 19:47

Click your way over to Femtique for the 43rd Carnival of Feminists. Interesting tidbits from this edition include this profile of a Thai artist who has set up an art gallery-come-laundrette-come-cafe in Bangkok, called Rinse and Relax. She has quite...

Long-live the assertiveness of WAGs?

by zohra moosa // 16 August 2007, 14:38

I nearly laughed out loud on reading today’s ‘news’ that some people hold in contempt footballers who ‘allow’ their wives and girlfriends to influence their life choices. According to the BBC, Roy Keane (Sunderland boss), believes that footballers who make...

The bra you can never take off

by Jess McCabe // 15 August 2007, 08:54

Israeli researchers are developing a silicon bra - which is surgically implanted under your skin, to permanently prevent sagging! Yes, it's really horrifying. Israel21c reports: Dr. Eyal Gur, head of microsurgery at Tel Aviv's Ichilov Hospital: "I call it an...

Girl in the Machine has an excellent post about Ubisoft's forthcoming release of a series of games "for girls ages 6 to 14 years old" in October 2007. We're told they will have Imagine™ Fashion Designer, Imagine™ Animal Doctor, Imagine...

Ladyfest lands in Bristol

by Jess McCabe // 13 August 2007, 16:47

Bristol is to host yet another Ladyfest I can't go to. There's only a few short weeks to go before the 'fest kicks off, with gigs galore and arty fun lasting from 27 August to 2 September. To give you...

Tattoo ladies on the TV

by Jess McCabe // 13 August 2007, 07:07

If tattooed ladies are still a bit taboo, how about ladies that tattoo? I have to admit, in all of the times I've been to tattoo parlours, I've rarely seen a female tattooist at work. So, I was pretty intrigued...

July comments out now!

by Jess McCabe // 11 August 2007, 23:20

Go check out the comments sent to us during the month of July, up now! People really tuned into Emma Hadfield's feature on the stigma associated with the decision to stay single. We also got lots of comments about our...

New Reviews!

by Jess McCabe // 11 August 2007, 18:24

Men! Men! is more intelligent than other dating books, but still assumes that women are incomplete as single individuals. Diane Shipley reports The Great Big Glorious (Sexist) Book for Girls While boys are instructed on the art of the catapult,...

Men more confident than women on workplace equality

by Jess McCabe // 11 August 2007, 11:21

Men and white people are confident that women and ethnic minorities will have an easier time in the workplace a decade from now, according to a Business Week poll The magazine surveyed 2,000 executives, and found that folks with privilege...

Why don't more women of colour identify as feminists?

by Jess McCabe // 11 August 2007, 10:23

Following on from zohra's post yesterday, about the apparent paucity of black, British feminist bloggers, I highly recommend this recent episode of the Addicted to Race podcast, dealing with the issue of feminism and women of colour more generally. Sparked...

Race and gender in blogland

by zohra moosa // 10 August 2007, 11:50

There’s been a bit of noise recently about the lack of diversity in the blogsphere. It was triggered in part by the lack of coverage of the BlogHer ’07 conference, which brought together 800 women journalists and bloggers. According to...

From protests in Kenya to Hello Kitty

by Jess McCabe // 10 August 2007, 08:14

10,000 women attended a rally in Nairobi, and 1 million have signed a petition, calling for a law to be passed reserving 50 seats in Parliament for female politicians, reports the BBC. A man has been sentenced to prison for...

New Features!

by Jess McCabe // 9 August 2007, 18:01

Skirting the issue From tampons with skirts to silky pads, sanitary product manufacturers will try anything to hawk their goods. Harriet Reuter Hapgood reports Abby Lee - girl with (not just) a one-track mind Sex-blogger Abby Lee faces down the...

Teachers pigeonhole black girls

by Jess McCabe // 9 August 2007, 11:53

Teachers tend to discipline black girls for not being "ladylike" enough, when they show traits such as assertiveness and curiosity, according to a Texas study. The Gender Public Advocacy Coalition reports that teachers at the Texas school were observed over...

Against 'herstory'

by Jess McCabe // 7 August 2007, 19:21

The term herstory is used by feminists to call attention to the long-term failure of historians to record and explore women's experiences and deeds. Of course, the term has come under attack plenty of times from the 'political-correctness-gone-mad' crew, mostly...

Female game characters tremble, while men kick ass

by Jess McCabe // 7 August 2007, 15:22

Girl in the Machine presents a well-argued case for sexism in the games industry, specifically in the way the protagonists are portrayed in "horror" games. I have limited experience of this one: horror games cause me to drop the controls...

What happened in a place called Dunbar Village

by Jess McCabe // 7 August 2007, 13:39

Every once in a while a truely horrific story comes along, which undermines your belief in essential human goodness. This is one of those stories, so if you don't want to read about it, stop right here. A Haitian woman...

New, Feminist Translation of Qur’an

by Lynne Miles // 7 August 2007, 11:26

Laleh Bakhtiar, a Muslim feminist Iranian-American is soon to publish a new English translation of the Qur’an. The new version was conceived at a gathering of Muslim feminists in New York last year, which decided to create the world’s...

Mothers raising sluttish preteens?

by Jess McCabe // 6 August 2007, 19:52

Today's Daily Mail includes a long piece of hand-wringing journalism about the sexualisation of pre-teen girls. On the face of it, the natural feminist response is to join in the hand-wringing enthusiastically. Here's a description of one nine-year-old's daily routine:...

Sun has fun with women's body parts

by Jess McCabe // 6 August 2007, 12:30

Head on over to The Sun's website to create a mashup of your favourite celebrity. As you can see from the example on the left, the tabloid has managed to eerily capture the media's penchant for reducing women to tits...

Ex-Wonder Years star sells maths to girls with lipstick

by Jess McCabe // 3 August 2007, 17:55

Danica McKellar, who played Winnie on The Wonder Years, has just published a book on maths aimed at girly-girls. Wired briefly interviews her this issue. I have to admit to a bit of skepticism about this: I have to admit...

Against women-only refuges from groping

by Jess McCabe // 3 August 2007, 17:44

Jessica Valenti from Feministing.com has a very well-argued piece in today's Guardian, arguing that women-only train carriages and other efforts to segregate women in order to protect them from harassment are fundamentally flawed. As well as pinning down the way...

42nd Carnival of Feminists

by Lynne Miles // 3 August 2007, 10:59

The 42nd Carnival of Feminists is up at Uncool and has a whole host of brilliant posts. These are two of my personal favourites: Jill at Feministe picks up on the question ‘how much time should she do’? That is,...

31 days of Brown

by zohra moosa // 2 August 2007, 10:49

With the parliamentary summer recess now upon us, the first chapter on the new Prime Minister and his new government is now closed. It is a good time to assess what he managed to do for women in his first...

The Daily Mail, foregoing sex and 'promiscuity'

by Jess McCabe // 1 August 2007, 21:21

The Daily Mail has profiled six women who, as the newspaper puts it, haven't had sex for a combined period of 33 years. Here's the lede: We live in a promiscuous society, but many women are choosing celibacy. Dismayed with...

Afghan women learn to box

by Jess McCabe // 1 August 2007, 20:13

A group of women in Afghanistan are taking boxing lessons in the football stadium where the Taleban once carried out public executions, reports the BBC. A new generation is challenging the usual stereotype of Afghan women as shadowy figures concealed...

Bindel in trans debate

by Jess McCabe // 1 August 2007, 19:18

Over on Comment is Free, Julie Bindel revists the topic of transgender people, in anticipation of a Radio 4 debate going out tonight. A couple of years ago, Bindel wrote a thoroughly objectionable column called Gender benders, beware. She's certainly...

Fourth carnival of radical feminists out now

by Jess McCabe // 1 August 2007, 14:32

The latest carnival of radical feminists has been published over at A Room of Our Own. There's some really interesting posts linked to, so it's definitely worth checking out! There's quite a lot of controversial stuff in there, as has...

More tits!

by Lynne Miles // 1 August 2007, 12:18

Apparently we're *still* talking about women's tits insead of their politics. Thanks, guys. Not at all insulting ......

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