Distinguished Women of Past and Present site. I have always been interested in history and this one site in particular seemed to be very informative
Q: Did you feel these sites were a little sexist? Do you happen to know if there are pages that target only men (besides pornography)?(Sheri Lieberman) A: I don't think that these sites were sexist. While there were links to several radically feminist sites, overall the purpose of these sites is the empowerment of women; not the bashing of men. The only sites that I found which target men specifically are the ones about men's health issues.
Q: What is the purpose of this site? (Jocelyn Manibusan and Kyle Michibata) A: The purpose of this site is to provide an index to sites devoted to helping women find information for "healing, laughter, and growth."
Q: Would you suggest these pages to a sister, mother, or aunt? Is it important for them to explore the site? (Evelyn Moss) A: I would recommend these pages to any women interested in learning more about issues pertaining to their physical, emotional, and spiritual development.
Q: Do you think there were too many links that it was so overwhelming? (Russ Muramatsu) A: There were a lot of links, but they were well organized. If you know what you are looking for, there is a lot of information that can be found fairly easily.
Q: What exactly did you learn from this site? (Albert Ne) A: I discovered that this site is a fine example of the future of the Internet. As the diversity of Internet users continues to grow, there will be an increasing number of sites specialized in catering to a growing number of sub-groups of the world-wide Internet community.
Q: Would this site be of any interest to males? (George Pederson and Sean Marrs) A: This site would be of interest to anyone who wanted to find out information on a variety of topics dealing with women's issues.
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