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Monday, October 31, 2005

"More of a zigzag than a superhighway"

So where does feminism stand today? In an excellent essay in the New York Times, adopted from her forthcoming book "Are Men Necessary?", Maureen Dowd examines just that question, and concludes that women have come a full circle since the 50s. Good stuff, go read.

Update: Prachi Parikh writes in to point me to a New York Times story that confirms my darkest fears: women like dogs more than men.

Sources inform me that my bark is quite fetching, though.
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