“Woman” in the news
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· So, you're planning on getting pregnant this year →
News reports suggest women globally are rethinking their plans for a pregnancy because of the pandemic and its many implications.
The China Post
· Gucci, Saint Laurent seek radical redo of fashion calendars →
Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele imagines a twice yearly appointments — one in the fall and one in the spring — to present co-ed collections, getting away from the hyped-up calendar which has come to require pre-season collections before the major women’s and men’s runway shows and a one-off cruise collection, increasingly in exotic locations.
· Knicks legend Patrick Ewing out of the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus →
The procedure last week at Vienna General Hospital was performed on a 45-year-old woman from the southern state of Carinthia who had developed severe respiratory failure after contracting the virus approximately eight weeks ago.
The New York Times
· In ‘Dirt,’ Bill Buford Goes in Search of French Cuisine’s Secrets →
In the first few pages alone, he quaffs tequila from a goatskin boda bag and tries to salsa with a drunken woman who promptly falls over a couch.
The New York Times
· Gucci and the Future of Fashion Shows and Gender →
He also wants to do away with the distinction between men’s wear and women’s wear, and the traditional appellations of fall/winter and spring/summer.
· Women's Super League: Points-per-game is 'fairest way' to settle WSL - Matt Beard →
The WSL and Women's Championship seasons were ended immediately after a joint leagues board meeting on Monday.
· Armchair expeditions: the addictive joy of dunnart spotting →
Another historical project looks at the cases heard against women in the Hobart Court of Petty Sessions (1850–1854).
· Boris Johnson’s support for Dominic Cummings is a slap in the face for us →
• As the proud father of an intensive care unit doctor, I for one want to continue celebrating the selfless effort made by many key workers to keep other people’s sons and daughters safe (Let’s stop clapping for the NHS, says woman who started the ritual, 22 May).