Por Juliana Jiménez Jaramillo Héctor Abad Faciolince escribe una importante columna en el diario colombiano El Espectador, titulada “Assange, ¿el violador de qué?”. Faciolince denuncia la hipocresía del gobierno británico por hacer de… Read More
By Juliana Jimenez The NYT reports on the latest Vatican paranoia and subsequent attempts at silencing dissent: “the Vatican has appointed an American bishop to rein in the largest and most influential group of Catholic… Read More
I’ve never been much of an internets troll, that is, until this morning. The new feminist blog on the Washington Post, She the People, reports how thousands of women (and some men) have… Read More
Doonesbury Goes Viral
Here is the latest Doonesbury comic strip on the infamous ultrasound bills that has been censored by so many news outlets around the country. Slate, on the other hand seems to be embracing the controversy, and today they post an interview with the creator of the series, Gary B. Trudeau. The Washington Post also has an earlier interview with him.
WaPo: Consider the case of the angry white woman
From Washington Post, Comment by Juliana Jimenez
This is one amazing article on the intersection of sexism and racism. Damn. Impressed. Goes beyond the reporting. Some commenters, men of course, were outraged that “there’s not assault on women’s rights.” It’s actually kind of funny that these men come here with their entitlement and end up showing off their willful ignorance. Have they not been following the news? Do these men have any idea what it’s like to not be able to decide when and how you have a baby, a.k.a when your body, your mind and the rest of your life are completely transformed from that moment on? Oh, they don’t? Ok, thought so. Now, shush.
More analysis on this issue to come later.
Yeah, yeah, Happy Women’s Day. I appreciate the thought, but it still feels condescending to me. Limiting appreciating or even noticing an entire group of people to only one day, or to only… Read More
By Juliana Jiménez Yeah, ladies (and men), this is what I’m talking about! What a better way to spend this endless 24 hours of cheesyness that is International Women’s Day than reading about… Read More
By Juliana Jiménez UPDATE: As of today, 45 advertisers have dropped Rush Limbaugh’s show, and there might be more in sight, according to the Rachel Maddow Show blog. And as if his lame… Read More
A 100 years ago, China was probably one of the worst places to be born a woman. They had to go around with bound feet and girls were given names like “Daughter #3″.… Read More
By Juliana Jiménez UPDATE: According to ThinkProgress, 12 advertisers have dropped Rush Limbaugh, including AOL, in light of his comments AND the outrage that followed. Let’s be clear: they are not pulling away because… Read More