In today’s rundown: Women, along with everyone else, are confused by their finances. | Medicine may not be enough in the battle to fight HIV and AIDS. | A stalking victim comes to D.C. to push for tougher anti-stalking laws.
— A growing number of American women control the finances of their households, but many are not confident in their fiscal management abilities, according to a new study out this week. But as Jezebel.com points out, we’re not the only ones confused by finances.
— The news of a vaginal gel to prevent the transmission of HIV was hailed as a breakthrough when it was announced at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna last week. But some argue that creating a medical solution to the spread of the virus isn’t enough. They say it’s just as critical to find solutions to the social issues that surround HIV. Click here for details.
— ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews was in D.C. this week to support the Simplifying the Ambiguous Law, Keeping Everyone Reliably Safe (STALKERS) Act of 2010. The purpose of the bill is to strengthen current federal anti-stalking laws. Andrews was stalked by a man who followed her across three states and filmed her through the peephole of her hotel room doors. Click here to read more about the proposed legislation.