Women’s Issues

  1. A Forum for Women’s Health 
  2. Advancing Women
  3. Alcohol and Drug Rehab for Women – “If you are a woman suffering from drug or alcohol addiction and not comfortable with conventional co-ed treatment centers, then you may prefer to seek help in a drug rehab for women”
  4. American Association of University Women
  5. American Medical Women’s Association – an organization of over 13,000 women physicians and medical students dedicated to the care of the woman patient and serving as the unique voice for women’s health.
  6. Best of WWWomen Sites
  7. Between Friends – site offers household hints, parenting tips, time management advice, ideas for organization, self improvememt, money management, career issues, self employment and more.
  8. Birthright – “Birthright provides caring, non-judgmental support to girls and women who are distressed by an unplanned pregnancy.” work of historians to find and preserve that history.
  9. Bust
  10. Distinguished Women of Past and Present
  11. Domestic Violence
  12. Emily’s List– a political network for pro-choice democratic women
  13. feMail.com
  14. FeMiNa – links to sites for women and girls.
  15. Feminist.com
  16. Feminists For Life of America – “Continuing the Tradition of Susan B. Anthony”
  17. Feminist Majority Home Page
  18. GirlSite – where girls can speak their minds and share their ideas.
  19. Gender-Related Electronic Forums – an annotated listing of approximately 300 women and gender related E-mail lists.
  20. Gifts of Speech: Women’s Speeches From Around the World
  21. HealthyWomen – “Comprehensive information on women’s health topics that will help you make informed health decisions.”
  22. HomeWorkingMom.com – site provides ideas, inspiration and support for mothers who choose to work at home.
  23. Independent Women’s Forum – “The Independent Women’s Forum provides a voice for American women who believe in individual freedom and personal responsibility.”
  24. International Center for Research on Women 
  25. Ladies Home Journal
  26. Menopause Online – The Women’s Health Center in Connecticut and the editors of Prevention Magazine want to provide women with up-to-date, easy to use information about menopause or perimenopause. Find information on health resources, menopause problems, treatments, vitamins, herbal remedies, etc. Take a health test, or link to a chat room, or a bulletin board.
  27. Midwifery, Pregnancy and Birth Related Information Home Page
  28. Multimedia Exhibits in Women’s History
  29. Museum of Menstruation and Women’s Health – “Discover the rich history of menstruation and women’s health on this Web site – MUM for short – devoted to menstruation and selected topics of women’s health.”
  30. NARAL – National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League
  31. The National Museum of Women in the Arts
  32. National Museum of Women’s History – preserving and celebrating the story of Woman.
  33. National Organization for Women
  34. National Right to Life – Official Home Page
  35. National Women’s Hall of Fame – Portraits and profiles of the close to two hundred notable women of the United States (living and deceased) inducted into the Hall of Fame since its founding in 1969.
  36. National Women’s History Project
  37. OBGYN.net – physician-reviewed service offering medical professionals, women and industry a home for publishing, accessing information and global interaction.
  38. Nurturing Network, The – “Offering the practical support a woman needs to give her child life… and make the most of hers as well.”
  39. Places Where Women Made History – This site highlights 74 historic properties in Massachusetts and New York that are listed in the National Register.
  40. Planned Parenthood
  41. Rural Womyn Zone – Dedicated to reaching the online community of rural feminists, this site has links to many local and global womens issues. Topic areas include book lists, demographics, maps, rural libraries, domestic violence alternatives, sustainable agricultural, welfare reform, and health care needs.
  42. SeniorWomen.com – “We’ve fashioned this site in an attempt to reflect a number of personal and public issues that will cover, in part, women’s personal and public concerns. We also hope it reflects those two most compelling relationships, that of community and connectivity.”
  43. Sixty and Me – “Where women over 60 go to be inspired. Travel, grandchildren, retirement advice for women over 60.”
  44. Statistics and Indicators of the World’s Women – A statistical source-book providing a comprehensive analysis of how women fare worldwide in a broad range of fields including families, health, education, work, human rights and politics.
  45. Susan B. Anthony LIst – “Our organization is dedicated to training pro-life activists and candidates, advocating the passage of pro-life legislation in Congress, working to dispel the myths about abortion, and increasing the percentage of pro-life women in Congress through our Candidate Fund.”
  46. TargetWoman – TargetWoman is a directory/portal dedicated to Women – Articles of lasting value from Hair styles to liposuction, from working women to fashion jewellery and a handpicked listing of sites of importance to women.
  47. USA Women’s Suffrage – comprehensive Web site with over 150 entries on the struggle for women’s suffrage in the United States, including biographies of 60 women involved in the campaign.
  48. WWWomen
  49. WAHM.com – dedicated to women who are working at home while caring for their children.
  50. Wild Women of the Web – Celebrates the creative contributions of women all over the world.
  51. Womanist Theory and Research Online
  52. Women and Performance
  53. Women Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters During World War II – site focuses on the work of eight women who chronicled life for Americans during the war, both at home and overseas. Brief biographical sketches are followed by lists of resources within the Library of Congress, some of which are also online. The women profiled are Therese Bonney, Toni Frissell, Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, Clare Boothe Luce, Janet Flanner, Esther Bubley, Dorothea Lange, and May Craig. – Recordings, art works and writings that span the years from early to modern America. Along with extensive Web links.
  54. Women in Technology
  55. Women’s Health.gov – “The Office on Women’s Health provides information, tools, calculators, and statistics on women’s health topics as well as information for health professionals.”
  56. Women’s International Center
  57. Women Nobel Prize Laureates
  58. Women Online Worldwide
  59. Women’s Resource Centre
  60. Women’s Resource Project
  61. Women’s Review of Books, The – monthly review of current books by and about women.
  62. Women’s Studies Programs, Departments, & Research Centers – Links to approximately 200 programs in the US and around the world.
  63. Women’s Studies Web Pages – Courtesy of Yahoo
  64. Women’s Studies/Women’s Issues WWW Sites – partially annotated, frequently-updated listing to hundreds of informative Web sites dealing with women’s studies/women’s issues.
  65. Women’sNet

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