Weekly round-up and open thread, 2 September 2013
zohra // 2 September 2013
Happy Monday! Here is our weekly round-up of things we’ve seen around the web but haven’t had time to write about. Please use your discretion when clicking on any links as some posts could be triggering and the fact that it’s included in the round-up doesn’t mean we endorse the content in any way.
Feel free to chat about anything feminist-related on your mind or add your own links in the comments.
What does Jamie Oliver really know about modern day poverty? (North/South Food)
We need to talk about racism in punk (Collapse Board)
The Conflict by Elisabeth Badinter – review (Guardian)
Our priorities are not the same (No comment)
Britain’s Retreat from Free Speech (Naomi Wolf at Project Syndicate)
Why Mumsnet feminism matters (glosswatch)
Return to Yarl’s Wood (this time as a visitor) (women for refugee women)
Germany becomes first European country to recognise ‘undetermined’ sex (Mail & Guardian)
Image of some sheep crossing a road, by jaci Lopes dos Santos, shared under a Creative Commons license