They're Singing Our Song

By Christine Cupaiuolo — June 13, 2007

Something else to do this week — go help Feminist Law Professors pick a theme song. Yes, a theme song. Because everybody’s doing it.

While you’re there, also check out this post about media coverage of presidential candidate Fred Thompson and his spouse (wonderfully titled, “Politics As Usual: He’s A ‘Stud’ While She “Works The Pole”); guest blogger C.J. Pascoe on California legislation that prohibits discrimination in schools based on perceived or actual sexual or gender identities (Pascoe is author of the new book “Dude, You’re a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School“); and this excerpt that points to an interesting article, “The New ‘Fetal Protection’: The Wrong Answer to the Crisis of Inadequate Health Care for Women and Children,” by Linda Christine Fentman of Pace University Law School. It was published lat year in Denver University Law Review.

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