V-Day Spotlights Katrina’s Forgotten Misery

This week V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls, marks its first decade with events in the New Orleans Superdome. Proceeds will benefit women working in the Katrina area, which founder Eve Ensler says is being forgotten.

Publisher Imprints Women’s Voices on Book World

A commercial publisher is trying to break the business mold for marketing books to women by printing titles that are serious and appealing. Their new imprint, Voice, debuted last month with Leslie Bennetts’ controversial “The Feminine Mistake.”

Planning Ahead Still Advised for Morning After

Plan B, the ‘morning after pill,’ became available without prescription this month, but access barriers persist. Advocates urge women to stock up ahead, prepare for the high cost and, if they prefer, send a guy over 18 to face the pharmacist.