Today’s Lady News: Julianne Moore To Play Sarah Palin in HBO Movie

Jessica Wakeman | March 9, 2011 - 7:40 pm
  • Julianne Moore will play Sarah Palin in an HBO film adaptation of Game Change, a book about the 2008 election by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. Julianne as Sarah? Make a joyful noise! [Oh No They Didn’t!]
  • Not surprisingly, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor found it quite annoying that so many news outlets commented on her single, childless status during her nomination and hearings. [The Atlantic Monthly]
  • What’s not to love about a 91-year-old lady who knits boobies for fun? [The Daily What]

  • Anyone see “Glee” last night? Brittany and Santana are figuring their relationship out a bit. [Queerty]
  • NPR’s CEO Vivian Schiller has resigned following the release of a “sting” video that showed an NPR exec railing against the Tea Party. [The Wrap]
  • Our very own Wendy Atterbury addresses a problem many of us (unfortunately) can relate to: “My boyfriend’s father is sexist!” [Dear Wendy]
  • Black feminist blogger Latoya Peterson wrote a piece on Racialicious about her skepticism of being included as a token black woman on feminist panels and discussions. It’s an interesting read. [Racialicious]
  • What do we think of Magnum condom’s hip hop-inspired sex-ed campaign? [The Grio]
  • Here’s 10 commandments for how to reinvigorate hip-hop feminist studies! [Crunk Feminist Collective]
  • For those of you in the New York City area, make sure to check out Endangered Species, a conference about women and body image on March 18 and 19! [Endangered Species Conference]