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Viva La Feminista in Ms.

Don't get too excited folks, I didn't get my feature in there...not yet! But I did write up my post about their investigation into Ward Connerly as a letter to the editor and they published it.

Since I subscribe I got the issue on Monday, so hopefully other subscribers are finding their way here by now. And those of you who buy yours on the news stands, be on the look out. This issue also looks pretty spiffy. A review will be forthcoming...as always.

To my new readers...Welcome! Comment, lurk, but stay awhile. This week has been pretty busy, but I'll be back to my usual spunky self any day now. Today I'll be Twittering from the Council on Contemporary Families Conference. Tomorrow I'll live blog. Who says Saturdays are slow days in the blogosphere?

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Anonymous said…
Hey there, I'm just coming across your blog for the first time--and I love it! I also added you to my Twitter. I'll definitely be back and I am also adding you to my list of feminist links. Thanks for what you do and congratulations on your letter to the editor being published.

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