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Wed 5: The Best of the Web this Week

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: the NFL's problem with women; what would happen if more women designed products for women; how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a pop icon; at 92, Barbara Scheiber publishes her first book; and Facebook offers free Web access to women’s rights info in Africa.
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When Women Brought Journalism Back to the Debates

By Chris Lombardi
In the second 2012 Presidential debate, Martha Raddatz asked multiple follow-up questions and, when unsatisfied with an answer, signaled so: "No specifics, I see." CNN's Candy Crowley was explicit in planning a similar pattern for the third debate. The pundit crowd was aghast. It's perhaps appropriate that two seasoned women journalists were the ones to flip the script on the kind of low-profile-moderator debates that the League of Women Voters has called "campaign-trail charades."
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Wednesday 5: Women in their 40s Having Great Sex, Technology Supporting Ageism, and Musings on Women Running Hollywood

By Women's Voices For Change
Wednesday 5: Women changing the business of media, why technology supports ageism, the humanity in Marie-Antoinette through her last letter, how great Hollywood would be if women ran it, and more women in their 40s are having affairs (and great sex).
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Weekend Web Watch, Part Two: Serious to Joyful

By Chris Lombardi
Stepping up for hard truths: At WVFC, we’ve long noticed some power women calling the alarm about sexual assault in the military, including California Rep. Susan Davis, Col. Ann Wright, and Helen Benedict, author of The Lonely Soldier.  Today we add another, with a bigger microphone: CBS’ Katie Couric, who came through today with a searing report on the latest…
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