Weekly round up and open thread
Jess McCabe // 7 April 2014
Hello and welcome to our regular weekly round-up of things we have read on the internet. Please share more links, plus your thoughts and comments! This is an open thread, so please feel free to say anything.
As always, inclusion of a link in this round-up does not imply endorsement, either with the original post, or the publication, or the blog, or the website.
Putting an end to indefinite detention on the political agenda (Migrants’ Rights Network)
This is the most misogynistic thing I’ve seen today (Another Angry Woman)
University adversity – advertising rape (Purely a figment of your imagination)
‘Why I’m turning Girl Talk magazine feminist’ (The Telegraph)
Community responds to Norrie ruling (Gay News Network)
The Ethical Porn Partnership has just launched (link to Facebook Page)
Jimmy Savile sex abuse: ‘Islington is still covering up’ (The Telegraph)
Campaigners demand apology over ‘victim blaming’ (Channel 4)
Photo of paper graffiti woman by Seven Resist, shared on Flickr under a Creative Commons license