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   Pillow Fight League Preview Go
Is Pillow Fighting a New Sport?
   Bony Models Banned in Madrid Preview Go
Spanish fashion show rejects too-skinny models. It was the first time skinny models have been snubbed at a major international fashion show.
   Supermodels Vs Feminists Preview Go
Off the top of your head name a famous feminist. I don't count, because I'm not that famous. Okay, now name a supermodel. See how much easier it was to name some anorexic bimbo. I've already made my point.

   Nature Equals Woman? Preview Go
The Ecofeminist Thang.
   Introduction to Ecofeminism Preview Go
The past few decades have witnessed an enormous interest in both the women's movement and the ecology (environmental) movement. Many feminists have argued that the goals of these two movements are mutually reinforcing; ultimately they involve the development of worldviews and practices that are not based on male-biased models of domination.
   The Fashion Prostitution Industry Preview Go
The Fashion Industry is a Prostitution Ring in Disguise: Fashion models are in essence high-society prostitutes. Legalized prostitution for the wealthy.
   I am a Muslim and a Feminist Preview Go
Asma Gull Hasan, 29, considers herself an All American Girl. Her hobbies include collecting Barbie dolls, skiing and snowboarding. But she is also a serious-minded Muslim who continues to be in her faith because of the guidance and ecstasy she receives from it.
   Islam and Feminism - Are the barriers coming down? Preview Go
If there is common ground to be found between Western feminists and women in the Muslim world, it is being discovered slowly—but thoughtfully—by women from both secular and religious backgrounds.
   Towards A Radical Movement Preview Go
This essay was written in 1968 by three people who were among the pioneers of the women's liberation movement.
   Islamic Feminism - What's in a Name? Preview Go
Islamic feminism is on the whole more radical than Muslims' secular feminisms.

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