Today’s Lady News: Carrie Bradshaw Is An Icon For The Decade

  • The ’70s had Mary Tyler Moore. The ’80s had Murphy Brown. The ’90s had Ellen. And the aughties have Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex & The City,” writes Naomi Wolf. [Guardian UK]
  • “If I see a floral print or pastel dress in my closet, I think: ‘Ugh, gross! I don’t want to wear that,’” a woman tells The New York Times Style section. “Anything more girly, I just see as weak. It’s not cool to be demure.” Thoughts? [NYT]
  • Remember how the U.S. Army said it was court marshaling soldiers who got pregnant? They’ve scrapped that proposed policy after women’s groups complained. Apparently four female soldiers already got in trouble, though. [Reuters]

  • Sandra Day O’Connor, retired Supreme Court Justice, is leading a campaign to end the election of judges and instead have all judges chosen on merit alone. [NYT]
  • LA Weekly just hired Karina Longworth as a film critic to replace an out-going male critic. [LA Observed]
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