In case any of you haven’t noticed (and by the number of views I’ve been getting lately, I’m pretty sure all of you have), there have been WAY too few posts here in the past few months. This has mainly been caused by a combination of my Israel trip and the realization that there are just so many other things I want to do with my time, and so many things I want to learn before taking another stab at putting my ideas out to the world.
So, goodbye to “From the Rib.” The blog will still be up here with all of our posts from way back in 2009, and maybe someday I’ll feel the need to revive it. If there are any young Jewish feminists out there, preferably in high school or college, who want to take over the mantle, send me an email at email@example.com. It’s been a fantastic run–blogging here has made me read, think about, and analyze so many interesting and diverse issues–thanks for reading, commenting, and helping me to realize how many people out there care about the same issues I care about.
And on that note, I’ll leave you with a link round-up of some interesting and relevant pieces that I’ve been reading and thinking about lately:
A piece about the Libyan women who helped to start the revolution and their increasingly small roles in the new government
Cheerleading potentially being recognized by the NCAA as a sport and the ramifications of that on Title XI athlete requirements
And a million articles about the IMF , Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and his relationships.
Farewell, fair readers. It’s been real.