Carnival of Feminists No 3 - don't miss it!
The third Carnival of Feminists is up now on Sour Duck and it is a cracker!
For those of you who were around in the Seventies (and remember - as they say) there's a number of explorations about the then and the now - how far have we come?
If that's a bit early for you, or if you'd rather just forget the whole decade, there are broader examinations of the feminist world - Feminism 101, and a lovely little tirade against marriage - who wants to live in an institution?
Then moving around the world, there's several takes on President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia, on US abortion politics, and much, much more.
Don't miss it, and please spread the word!
And don't forget you can always keep up with the latest on the Carnival of Feminists on the home page.
And if you missed them, the other editions: No 1 and No 2.
While I'm on the subject of carnivals, also don't miss History Carnival No XX, up on Tigerlily Lounge - also a brilliant collection.
And the Carnival of Feminists is my fourth of the week. You'll also find me on the Carnival of Capitalists (don't worry, it is my book review of the anti-Wal-Mart business model), and the Carnival of the Green, which you might think a bit more expected.
Hic, hic ... think I might have eaten a little too much fairy floss. (Which I think in America you'd call cotton candy.)
LATE UPDATE 17/11: You'll also find me on the Carnival of Vanities thanks to one of the first bloggers on my blogroll, Dr Charles. Thanks!