Sensuality Reads

Madonna Calls Out Gay Men’s Misogyny In Out Interview

Long Ring Finger Traits Similar Between Men & Women In Business

Jennifer Lawrence Calls Photo Hack A Sex Crime | $100 Million Lawsuit Threat Finally Prompts Google Action

Anais Mali Pays Tribute To Warrior Women in ‘Amazon’ By Urivaldo Lopes For French Revue de Modes #25

jd Forte’s ‘The Up and Comers’ & A September 11 Women’s Rights Reflection

Lea Seydoux Seduces In Lui Magazine Relaunch, Lensed By Mario Sorrenti

Anne Rethinks ‘Flawless’, Third-Tier Male Photographers & Values That Matter


Victoria’s Secret Angels have Appeared Often In GQ & Esquire

Marilyn Monroe Photographer Bert Stern Looks To Kate Upton As Next Muse

The ‘50 Shades of Grey’ BDSM Devil Seduces in the Eternal Submission Collection
Red Genitals Not Arousing In Recent Study, But Men Do Tip Red Shirt Waitresses Better

Sexual Politics & Fashion, 50 Shades of Grey Meets YVVY’s Nude Edition

Islam, Western Guilt, Original Sin & Sensuality | Koray Birand’s Alyssa Miller Images Celebrate Female Eroticism

Loving Relationships | 32 Health Benefits of Sex

American Culture Promotes Female Sexual Dysfunction

For Sister Margaret Farley Responsible Pleasure Is Not a Sin

Strong American Results in Female Sexual Desire Drug

Self Love Is Saying ‘No’ to Fashion Body Images You Hate

Saint Shakira Calls Libido the “Engine of the World”

Male Ego, Women Faking Orgasms & Sensual Chaos in Our Bedrooms

‘Pretty Boy’ Andrej Pejic Talks Sex, Love & Leaving His Gender to ‘Artistic Interpretation’

Find Your Sensual, Sovereign Self with Lone Morch in Paris


Tara, Candice & Robyn | Steven Meisel | Vogue Italia June 2011 | ‘Belle vere’

Franca Sozzani on Curvy Girls, Sensuality & More Body Types in Fashion

Givenchy Transgender Model Lea T Stars in French Vogue (2010)

Tom Ford Embraces Natural Breasts, Not Bombshells

Orgasmic Female Brain in ‘La Petite Mort’

Ever Woman Should Own Jordan Matters’ ‘Uncovered’

Men More Likely Than Women To First Look at Face in Porn Films

Selita Ebanks | Kanye West ‘Runaway’ Full Video Embedded

The Great Wall of Vagina | Learning to Love Our Genitalia

Body Talk | Owning Vulvas, Clits & G-Spots

Mysteries of the Garden of Eden’ | History Channel | In Latin Apple Means Evil

Sexy Doublespeak | American Women & Sexual Honesty

Statistics Say Conservatives Buy More Porn


Women As Muses: What Is Our Place in the Modern World? Or Are We Just ‘Slut Girls’ Today?



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Women On Foreign Policy's Top 100 Global Thinker's List

Women of the FP Top 100 Global Thinkers

Foreign Policy magazine released their list of top global thinkers.

Being especially focused on FEMALES here at Anne of Carversville, we’re featuring the 20 WOMEN on Foreign Policy’s list.

Not to worry. About 40% of Anne of Carversville readers are men and they say “Just Do It!”. And why are only 20% women? Sorry guys, I can’t answer that question.

In a few cases — like Hillary and Bill Clinton — SHE shares the spotlight with him.  We’re focused on HER. Sorry Bill. We’ll circle back for you another day.

Today we’re sharing the list of women and links back to their bios on Foreign Policy.

Next we’re searching for their books, TED videos, Pete Rose interviews, writing and websites — sharing the Big Think tools needed to know what these policy wonkettes are thinking, teaching, speaking, writing and advocating around the world. Anne

Women featured as Foreign Policy Top 100 Thinkers: 3. Zahra Rahnavard; 6. Hillary Clinton; 20. Clare Lockhart; 26. Aung San Suu Kyi; 28.  Elinor Ostrom; 41. Esther Duflo; 48. Ayaan Hirsi Ali; 52. Helene Gayle; 59. Barbara Ehrenreich; 66. Kimberly Kagan; 70. Esther Dyson; 79. Anne-Marie Slaughter; 80. Samantha Power; 84. Hu Shuli; 85. Jacqueline Novogratz; 87. Karen Armstrong; 88. Sunita Narain; 93. Nartha Nussbaum; 97. Valerie Hudson; 99. Emily Oster

3. Zahra Rahnavard

for being the brains behind Iran’s Green Revolution and the campaign of her husband, opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi

Political scientist and Reformer | Iran

Foreign Policy’s Bio …

Track  Zahra Rahnavard in Anne of Carversville International Women’s Rights|Iran


6. Hillary Rodham Clinton & Former President Bill Clinton

for giving “smart power” a star turn at the State Department.

Secretary of State | Washington

Foreign Policy’s Bio … 


Track Hillary Clinton in Anne of Carversville Smart Sensuality|Hillary Clinton


20. Clare Lockhart and Ashraf Ghani

for having the courage to call out failed states — and then try to fix them.

Afghan political leader | Institute for State Effectiveness | Afghanistan

CEO, Institute for State Effectiveness | Washington

Foreign Policy’s Bio … 

Illustration by Joseph Cardiello for FP 


26. Aung San Suu Kyi

for being a living symbol of hope in a dark place.

activist | national league for democracy | Burma

Foreign Policy’s Bio … 

    RED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images


28. Elinor Ostrom

for showing us that the global commons isn’t such a tragic place after all.

Political scientist | Indiana University | Bloomington, Ind.

First woman to win Nobel Prize in Economics

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down) … 


See RedTracker: Elinor Ostrom First Woman to Win Nobel Prize in Economics


 41. Esther Duflo

for adding quantitative rigor to assessments of foreign aid.

economist | MIT | Cambridge, Mass.

Foreign Policy’s Bio …


48. Ayaan Hirsi Ali

for her provocative critique of Islam, the religion of her youth.

Author | American Enterprise Institute | Washington

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)… 



52. Helene Gayle

for putting HIV/AIDS in its big-picture context. CEO of Care

Physician | CARE | Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS | Atlanta, GA

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)… 



59. Barbara Ehrenreich

for her relentless efforts to understand the root causes of poverty and inequality.

Social commentator | Key West, Fla.

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)… 




66. Kimberly Kagan (and Donald, Robert, and Frederick)

for shaping the debate over Iraq and Afghanistan

Foreign Policy Bio (scroll down) …

Read Why the Taliban are Winning for Now Foreign Policy


70. Esther Dyson

for accurately forecasting how the Internet will shape us.

internet Entrepreneur | Edventure holdings | New York

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)… 



79. Anne-Marie Slaughter

for helping transform Foggy Bottom from the inside out.

Director, Policy Planning | State Department | Washington

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)…



80. Samantha Power

for moving from moral authority to government authority on human rights.

White House special assistant | National Security Council | Washington

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)…



84 . Hu Shuli

for persisting in the idea that public accountability is possible even in one-party China.

journalist | China

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)… 


85. Jacqueline Novogratz

for helping build a new generation of social entrepreneurs.

Development entrepreneur | Acumen Fund | New York

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)…




87. Karen Armstrong

for advocating a truce in the religion wars.

Religious scholar | Britain

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)…



88. Sunita Narain

for giving voice to India’s environmental conscience.

Director | Centre for Science and Environment | India

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)…



93. Martha Nussbaum

for making philosophy matter.

Philosopher | University of Chicago | Chicago

Foreign Policy’s Bio (scroll down)…


97. Valerie Hudson

for showing that gender imbalances have global consequences.

Political scientist | Brigham Young University | Provo, Utah

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)… 


Read Y. researcher finds war link to the treatment of women Desert News

99. Emily Oster

for her creative research into what really helps the poor.

Economist | University of Chicago Booth School of Business | Chicago

Foreign Policy’s Bio (page down)… 



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