It's nearing midnight and becoming clear that I won't be able to write about all of the stories I'd like to cover before the weekend is officially over. So instead I'll let you decide what you'd like to read and discuss - all on your own:
Some CA school boards debate whether or not to take a stand on Proposition 8.
Cara of Curvature writes about more Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention atrocities.
A Mississippi high school had its first interracial prom this year. It took actor Morgan Freeman to make it happen.
FeministGal posts on the accessibility of sustainable food.
Feminist Law Professors discuss What Women Want, which is brought to us by the National Women's Law Center.
5,000 women marched through London, calling for an end to violence against women. No one seemed to notice.
Are women still fighting a 'confidence gap'?
More at Denialism on the HHS's attempts to deny women access to medical services. NPR discusses this too.
What if makeup wasn't used as a barometer of feminist credibility?
Amanda makes a book recommendation.
GA fights to end child prostitution.
Sex slavery is still common in the UK.
One poll says Americans are ready for an openly gay president. I think we have Portia and Ellen's glowing wedding photos to thank.
Can Alabama truly institute an obesity tax?
Pam looks at how we're treating transgender veterans.
AlterNet discusses the future of immigration reform.
Media Matters is awesome, and such an important resource during the election season.
Oh, and its time to hand-in your submissions to the 64th Carnival of Feminists.
If there are important stories we've overlooked, leave another link in the comments! Oh, and feel free to self-promote!