Does your iPod support rape in the Congo?, looking at rape being used as a weapon in areas of conflict over minerals used in electronics.
Disability Terminology: A Starter Kit for Non-Disabled People and the Media. I like that she acknowledges that she's coming from an American perspective, where the preferred language used by disabled people is often different from in the UK, and she makes some great points, including one expanded on by Elena Newley in "I don't suffer!".
FWD's Ableist Word Profiles are always worth a read, too, discussing disablist language further.
I loved this story about 9 women in Northern Ireland who have been acquitted of criminal damage after breaking into the premises of an arms manufacturing company. Impressively, the jury agreed with them that rather than commit a crime, they had in fact taken action to prevent crime and "protect the lives and property of people in the Gaza Strip and to stop alleged war crimes being committed by the Israeli forces".
Other stories and writing I've found thought-provoking and interesting are:
Women's health shortchanged because of bias towards male subjects in studies
The potential and the danger of first person in feminist discourse
Informed Choice or Restricted Right on thinking of abortion as a right rather than a choice.
The Absence of No: Re-considering the Yes focus in critique of rape culture
Where the Fight Against Child Obesity Can Go Very, Very Wrong
and 'Biggest Loser' TV programme finalist says the show gave her an eating disorder.