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Eve Ensler Is Wrong That for Women and Trayvon Martin, ‘Our Struggles Are One’

Ensler's letter to Martin (pictured above) was not the right place to push an agenda about a campaign to end violence against women, especially without first acknowledging the fear many people are taught to feel about men of color—a fear that is just as present in the women’s movement as it is in each of the United States of America.

Ensler’s letter to Martin was not the right place to push an agenda about a campaign to end violence against women, especially without first acknowledging the fear many people are taught to feel about men of color—a fear that is just as present in the women’s movement as it is in each of the United States of America.

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To the Religious Right, I am No Longer a Woman

Image:  Steve Gribben/IANS via IndianTVToday.com.

After three kids, two miscarriages, a tubal ligation, and the chance to re-establish intimacy with my husband, did I really give up on my “true nature?” That’s what the religious right says: I am no longer a woman.

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