What about female "Studmuffins"?
JFRUGOLI at BIO.TAMU.EDU
Tue Dec 19 10:53:40 EST 1995
>To: womenbio at net.bio.net
>From: chale at sage.nrri.umn.edu ("Cindy Hale")
>Subject: What about female "Studmuffins"?
>Date: 19 Dec 1995 06:01:22 -0800
>Brian brought up a good point AND before I raved about the calendar I >
>look at it on the net. I thought it was done very well with great >
>and as said before, showing a breadth of different types and ages of >
>If they did one similarly for WOMEN in science I would be thrilled. >
>suffer as much or even more form the stereotype of being either geeks >
>unfeminine when involved in a scientific career. In fact, several of >
>women here had a lunch time discussion about it yestersday and they >
>with my point of view.
FYI-there is a female version of "studmuffins" in progress right now,
brought to you by the same people. So 1997 will have a female calandar.
Whether this is progress or not depends on your point of view.
visiting grad student at
Texas A&M University
Department of Biological Sciences
College Station, TX 77843
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