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The Wednesday 5: A Few Brave Women

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: one woman's empowering decision to have a "nude" photo shoot, a mother's moving photos of her inseparable little girls, it just might be that the art world’s obsession with youth is fading, five Indian women whose lives led to landmark judgments or laws, and how to talk to your kids about the contributions of African-American women.
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The Wednesday 5: The Week’s Must-Reads

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: Girls in Afghanistan are not allowed to ride bicycles—but a growing organization teaches them how to skateboard; artist Faith Ringgold creates an app for the aging mind and eye; a new book on Rose Herera, formerly enslaved, and her fight to get back her children; the tech company Axosoft is brilliantly reimagining the ladies' room symbol; and TV's best British women police officers.
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Wednesday 5: The Best of the Web This Week

By Women's Voices For Change
The culture of beautifying violence and rape in fashion; what women could not do in the 1960s; an exhibition at the Palais Galliera in Paris focuses on French fashion from 1947 to '57; the importance of "senior erotica"; and Christina Hendricks spoofs the modern office.
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Wednesday 5: Patt Morrison, Women in Post-Revolution Egypt, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Women's Voices For Change
Patt Morrison says goodbye to Southern California talk radio; the war on suffragist women, waged in postcards; women fare worse in post-revolution Egypt; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is one of "Glamour" magazine's Women of the Year; and one man struggles to persuade the United Nations that rape is not "just" a woman's issue but a global security issue.
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Wednesday 5: Moderator Under Fire, Women Write More Violent Crime Fiction, Fashion Mirrors Art

By Women's Voices For Change
Liz Benjamin comes under fire for asking candidates about "Fifty Shades of Grey"; Isabel Allende recounts the story of the baby girl who changed her life; Danuta Kean questions why women are writing more violent crime fiction than men; Grace Coddington reveals that she doesn't do emails or texts; and Niall Billings proves that fashion and art make a beautiful love story.
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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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