Weekly Round-Up Post
Philippa Willitts // 8 November 2010
We can’t always cover all the stories in the news and around the interwebz, so here is this week’s round-up post of the ones we missed. If you want to add more suggestions, or have a general feminist chat, feel free to do so in the comments!
- Emily Heroy on Feminist [Blogger] Burnout, at Gender Across Borders.
- A lesbian couple have had their application for a marriage license rejected, reported in Diva Magazine.
- Asia al-Massari writes to snowboarding company Burton.
- Lesbilicious reports on a lesbian police officer who killed herself after harassment.
- Feminism and Tattoos: A Woman’s Right to Ink from Small Strokes Big Oaks.
- ‘What we tell our children’, a post on gender and socialisation from Mum in the Know.
- Our very own Holly writes about anti-abortion TV ads which have been shown in America, for the Fresh Outlook.
- Also from Small Strokes Big Oaks, a post on Feminism and Being a Housewife.
- The Guardian writes about Miriam O’Reilly, who was dropped from Countryfile nine months after being told to ‘be careful with those wrinkles’.