What I’m Reading – September 25, 2013
I just finished “Weeds.” A couple of years late, but glad I finally closed that out.
– Yup. “I cannot – CANNOT – care more about football players than the child victims. I cannot. Stop asking me to. And if you are angry that we are to the point where someone feels like they must choose between football players and child victims, THAT IS NOT MY PROBLEM”: The Reduction of Penn State Sanctions: The Unsurprising Cowardice of the NCAA (via @scATX)
– This is fascinating. “Gender mainstreaming has been in place in the Austrian capital since the early 1990s. In practice, this means city administrators create laws, rules and regulations that benefit men and women equally.” How to Design a City for Women (h/t @FemFreq)
– I know my mom has stopped enjoying going to NFL games – and they’ve been season ticket holders for years. As a Female NFL Fan, I Want a Better Stadium Experience—Not a Pink Jersey (h/t @scATX)
– This is so … ugh. Live your life how you want, but the part about letting marital rape happen? NOPE. ‘Real Housewife’ Melissa Gorga’s New Book Advocates Marital Rape (h/t @JillFilipovic)