New research pokes holes in the old theory that the children of single-parents are more likely to be unsuccessful (Obama and Michael Phelps seemed to turn out just fine!). • The Planning Commission of Clayton, California has decided to reinstate that 11-year-old girl's produce stand that got shut down last week, although the town's mayor (who previously called the girl "selfish") isn't too happy. •• Matrimonial lawyers say they are seeing weight and sex clauses in prenups. • Women with bulimia and borderline personality disorder may benefit from a new form of "life skills-based" therapy called Dialectical behavior therapy. • UK Muslim women get their own Muslim-focused women's magazine, Sisters, which initially started out as a website but is debuting its printed form this summer. • A trouble-making magpie stole a woman's diamond engagement ring and kept it in its nest for 3 years. • A new, more "natural" cesarean birth has been developed that allows the woman's partner (as well as the woman herself) view the birth of the child. • The World Health Organization reports that a mix of poverty and social injustices has shortened the life expectancy of a female in Zambia to 43 years. • A new bill proposed by a Kenyan woman's rights group that would make it easier for women to get abortions is sparking debate about making abortion legal in Kenya. • A female Muslim journalist and amateur athlete discusses the stereotypes that some Muslims have against women participating in athletic activities. • The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously today that sexual assaults that leave victims pregnant constitute "great bodily injury" and warrant a more severe sentence for offenders. •