I'm just going to dump a whole lot of links out for you today:
Editorial in NYT about how women need to be more involved in politics.
Cost evaluation of HPV vaccine: "routine vaccination of 12-year-old girls, in addition to routine cervical screening, costs $43,600 per quality-adjusted life year (QALY) gained, above the cost of screening alone. For girls aged 13 to 18 years, the cost was $97,300 per QALY. Extending vaccination to women aged 21 cost $120,400 per QALY, and up to 26 years of age, the cost was $152,700 per QALY."
Slate article about how the anti-choicers took over the Republican party. Sarah Palin is particularly anti-choice, what with being a member of Feminists for Life. Meanwhile the Dems are moving to what Slate is calling "pro-choices" meaning that there's support for whatever decision a woman makes - from raising a baby, to giving it up for adoption to abortion.
Planned Parenthood releases "sexy" sex ed videos, reports ABC.
Pakistan investigates honor killings of women. What's news is not the honor killings, which are widespread and happen in America, but the investigation.
A drug company is filing for approval of a drug to prevent preterm births.
The Mexican Supreme Court upheld the abortion law. "To affirm that there is an absolute constitutional protection of life in gestation would lead to the violation of the fundamental rights of women," said Justice Sergio Valls.
Forbes released its list of the 100 most powerful women.