Broads of the Week — 11/11/11 Edition

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As The Broad Side is getting off the ground, our hope is to bring you not only amazing content with the posts you’ll find here every weekday, but also to share the best from the around the web on issues that women (and a few very cool guys!) are writing about.  This week there was plenty of news fodder for commentary, so I bring you —

Broads of the Week, 11/11/11 edition!!

Jessica Gottlieb examines the Occupy California movement and shows us the police violence that I thought we would never see again after Kent State.

The Broad Side contributor Angie Lynch weighed in on Herman Cain’s declaration that Congresswoman and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is royalty.

iVillage Chief Correspondent Kelly Wallace and I had a chat about whether Herman Cain can survive the ever-growing allegations of sexual harassment and, possibly, assault.

Kate Sheppard at Mother Jones has something to say about the “zygote amendment” that failed in Mississippi.

For those who think sexism in the workplace isn’t real, Julie Pippert weighs in with her perspective.

And The Broad Side contributor Linda Lowen asks at about.com — Sexual Harassment: What’s Power Got to Do with It?

What stories written by women resonated for you this week?

 

Why I Wrote “Trumping And Drinking”
Get Over Yourselves. We’re All Rory Gilmore
Hillary Clinton, Shake It Off, Taylor Swift, Hillary Clinton Campaign song
Six Reasons “Shake It Off” Should Be Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Theme Song
Nancy Reagan dies, Just Say No, Ronald Reagan
A Not-So-Positive Ode to Nancy Reagan’s Frothy “Just Say No” Campaign
I Married for Health Insurance
Why I Wrote “Trumping And Drinking”
A Case of Nixonian Deja Vu
Post-Election Munchies: What is Your Grief Snack of Choice?
Why I Wrote “Trumping And Drinking”
A Case of Nixonian Deja Vu
Trump Reality Check, Now with Actual Facts!
Fascism Facts
I Married for Health Insurance
Get Over Yourselves. We’re All Rory Gilmore
Post-Election Munchies: What is Your Grief Snack of Choice?
Women’s Elections Rights in Saudi Arabia: A Token Drop in an Abysmal Bucket & the Plight of Women Under Sharia Law
Maybe It Wasn’t Rape: Emerging Matriarchy and the Altering of Women’s Past Sexual Narratives
Paris attacks, Paris terrorism
Is Paris Burning?
Chinese government and women's reproductive rights, adopting Chinese girls, international adoption
Dear Xi Jinping, I Am Writing to You as an American Mom of a 19-Year-Old Chinese Daughter
The Vital Voice of Hillary Clinton: Part 1
Maybe It Wasn’t Rape: Emerging Matriarchy and the Altering of Women’s Past Sexual Narratives
The Eyes Have It!
Ashley Madison, Jared Fogle, sex, rape, sexual affairs
Ashley Madison vs. Jared Fogle: Rape, Sex and Hacking in America
women's viagra, Viagra, Flibanserin, sexual arousal, women's desire, sex after menopause
That “Little Pink Pill” Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be

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