Friday Funday Links

If you’re interested in gender equality (which we really hope you are) here is a phenomenal resource that provides thorough data and analysis for every country in 2013, focusing on economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, health and survival, and political empowerment.

Check out this article about the movement that created disgusting campaigns such as “Don’t Be That Lying Feminist,” “Don’t Be That Princess,” and Don’t Be That Bitch,” in response to an anti-rape campaign in Canada that is credited to reducing rape by 10% by Canadian police. Good luck getting through it.

We’ve posted before about the rape epidemic on college campuses, but make sure to read about the research that has found that 9 of 10 sexual assaults are committed by serial rapists. Also, spend some time on Al Jazeera’s “America Tonight” page to check out the rest of their special coverage on the issue.

If you weren’t already convinced that we need better education, check out this study that found that many women simply believe they are immune to pregnancy.

No these rules (“don’t giggle,” “don’t show cleavage”) aren’t from a Catholic school classroom; they are from a memo from a top law firm to its female employees.

How conscious should businesses be when considering policies of other partners? One D.C wedding blog has chosen to refuse promoting wedding vendors that are not LGBT friendly, in spite of the revenue cuts they may experience.

Consider the early rape culture evident in the movie “12 Years A Slave.”

Watch the VP of Google discuss the biases against women in the engineering field, and what companies like Google should do to combat the glass ceiling.

An organization called Catholics for Choice created this interactive website where you can read essays by various individuals about why they are pro-choice.

Read these two books, which are collections of writing from women in the York Correctional Institution.

And in case anyone needed a quick refresher:



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One thought on “Friday Funday Links

  1. Bree says:

    Thanks so much for sharing our post on keeping our wedding blog LGBT friendly🙂


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