Posts Tagged ‘Feminism’

After 37 minutes of deliberation, a jury yesterday found Dr. Tiller’s murderer guilty of first degree homicide.  I couldn’t watch the livetweeting of this case, but the verdict gave me a small and important measure of comfort.  In a world that wants us to think the pro-lifers are winning the culture wars, its validating to be reminded that not everyone has lost their minds.  I’ve written here about my confrontations with pro-life protesters, but I’d like to explain why this case means so much to me.

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I just gained 300 new sisters.  There’s really no other way to say it.  Take a look at highlights from our panel:

Feminism 2.0 at George Washington University was AMAZING.  Jen Nedeau, Cynthia Samuels and I lead a discussion about how we as women – in a cross-generational way – reach each other online AND offline.  LaurieWrites graciously liveblogged the panel. Continue Reading »