Around the same time that GGM arrived in my mailbox the other week, I also received notice about these cool new resources:
1. The Barnard Center for Research on Women has assembled ephemera dating from 1970-1999 related to women's sexual health--resource guides, newsletters, and pamphlets written for (and by) diverse groups of women. Addressing issues like safe sex, teenage pregnancy, lesbians, and AIDS, advancements in reproductive technologies, contraceptives, reproductive health, and forced sterilization, these are documents that have empowered women to make well-informed decisions about their own bodies since the dawning of feminism's second-wave. The collection is online, here.
2. In May 2007, the American Psychological Association released the Report of the APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls, linking the phenomenon to some of the most common mental health problems in girls and women. You can read the executive summary here. (To request a copy, contact Leslie Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pass it on :)