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A Vindication of the Rights of Mary
This blog collates stuff about Mary Wollstonecraft, best known as England’s first feminist. It’s a collection of resources, and pointers to other people’s work: video art in New York, a library talk in middle England, a philosophers’ conclave in Sweden, a
This blog collates stuff about Mary Wollstonecraft, best known as England’s first feminist. It’s a collection of resources, and pointers to other people’s work: video art in New York, a library talk in middle England, a philosophers’ conclave in Sweden, a book by a Turkish-French academic, an opera in New Zealand, an alleyway in Australia, an of course the statue campaign in London. I’ve written brief essays on the links between Wollstonecraft and those who drew on A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) and her other books, often without naming her. I call these 'lost daughters (and sons)' and include Jane Austen and Prime Minister Gladstone. The blog describes the various places Wollstonecraft lived, particularly in London, and what those places have become now. Did you know she has four plaques in the metropolis, but not one building in which she lived or worked still stands? The blog is a one-stop Wollstonecraft shop
bottomfacedotcom: proud owner of lady parts
Writes, makes vulvas, swears. Past caring. Home ed. Parent of child with A.S.D. and A.D.H.D. Has M.E. and M.S. Twitter @LUBottom
Dr. Finn Mackay
Fat Fem Pin Up
Fat Fem Pin Up
I am a fat activist, child rights advocate, womanist/feminist, poet with an affinity for selfies. I have a bachelor’s degree in social work and I work for a children protection agency. I plan to obtain a masters before I become a mother. I’m single but quite taken by good books, fancy living and chicken wings. @FatFemPinUp
Fighting Corrective Rape
Highlighting the brutal practice of ‘corrective’ rape. ‘Corrective’ rape is a hate crime in which people are raped because of their perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.
Free the change
Blogging my experiences researching #domesticviolence and #gender in Bangladesh and India
Halo Lit Mag
women's short fiction magazine
Hiding Under the Bed is not the Answer
is the blog of historian of Mexican politics Cath Andrews who also writes for e-feminist and Toda historia es contemporánea. She tweets at @andrews_cath
Is My Gender Showing?
I’m an animal, people and tree hugging ecofeminist. Sporadic fiction writer and freelance journalist with a new blog, Is My Gender Showing? about all areas of feminism with a focus on objectification, gender roles and mental health. I also from time to time document my adventures with No More Page 3 Leeds and Yorkshire Feminista. I can be on Twitter found at @feministvibes
I’m a disabled woman, a life long feminist and Social Activist- I write from a personal perspective, usually about the current Political climate and its affects on disabled people. Director of DEAEP – Social Enterprise run by and for disabled people. @JayneLinney
My blog neatly collects my published articles about prostitution, porn, and other human trafficking issues into one easily found blog. I don’t twitter much, but I’m fairly active on Facebook as “Samantha Berg” from Portland, Oregon, USA.
Just the Women
Occasional blogging on feminism and society. Twitter @leechalmers
Living the Dream
I write under the name ‘The Writing Half’ on feminist issues, from campaigns like No More Page 3, to topical events, to things I’m affected by personally as a feminist. Previously my blog covered a variety of topics, but I’m now focusing just on feminist subjects. Twitter @thewritinghalf
I am an Australian radical feminist. I have had my blog for over a year now and write mostly about feminist political issues in Australia.I also run a feminist facebook page giving voice to radical feminism by sharing articles and interesting news. I have been a feminist for over 30 years and have been an activist around issues such as child sexual abuse, domestic violence and family law issues. I also love to read women's books - both fiction and non-fiction - interested in feminist theory - and sometimes write about the books I am reading on my blog
Mama Riot is an inclusive platform where mothers from all walks of life can express creatively. We're open to submissions about every aspect of womanhood - the private and the political, the sacred and the mundane, the beautiful and the ugly, the secular and the spiritual, the blissed out and the brutal. We want to shine a light on the full spectrum of womanhood because, in the words of Staceyann Chin, we come in too many flavours for one fucking spoon. Submissions can be in the form of prose, poetry, painting, drawing, photography, or any other medium that can be printed in black and white. And anonymous submissions are welcome. Mama Riot is printed on a supply and demand basis, and then lovingly sent by pigeon mail to anyone who needs honest, diverse expressions of womanhood in their life. ()
Melinda Tankard Reist
I write on sexualisation, objectification, pornification, violence against women, pornography and trafficking and women's health issues. I am author/ed of four books, most recently Getting Real: Challenging the sexualisation of girls and Big Porn Inc: Exposing the harms of the global pornography industry (both Spinifex Press titles). I am co- founder of Collective Shout: for a world free of sexploitation. Facebook
A personal blog covering all sorts of topics that affect my life. Whether it’s parenting, disability, geeky stuff, feminism, paganism or (of course) goth subjects. Twitter:
More radical with age
Adding to the background noise with thoughts on academia, philosophy, politics, feminism, and other miscellaneous nonsense.
The Norman Awards aims to prove to rape apologists that women drinking alcohol doesn’t cause men to rape them, because men like Norman don’t rape women no matter how drunk or vulnerable we are – the only men who rape women, whether they are drunk or not, are rapists. It’s a space that invites readers to identify with women instead of with rapists. An offshoot tab is the NotNorman Awards, for people who blame women for rape, spout rape myths, or trivialise or minimise rape. Twitter @NormanAwards
Not the News in Briefs
I started this blog to write about the No More Page 3 Campaign and media sexism. As it’s gone on, it’s expanded in subject matter to become a blog about feminist issues in general. @helensaxby11
a radical feminist blog by women for women on male violence, women-only spaces and sports
Mad, disabled, feminist, radical, angry, lesbian, pacifist, warrior, geek, flower-power chick… About hippie blog? Somewhat neglected but still well loved. Bits and bobs from a British glasses-wearing, sweary, fat, disabled, atheist ex-Catholic, anti-capitalist, pacifist feminist lesbian with eclectic tastes.
I'm a feminist, (aspiring) fiction writer and writing group facilitator.
My website hosts photography chronicling activism in the North East of England, a hot bed of feminist activism. My site also hosts a small collection of poetry about everything from life to death and all the annoying elements of life that fit in between the two.
Sian and Crooked Rib
I‘m a Bristol based blogger, short-listed for the Emma Humphrey's Memorial Prize in 2015, who writes stories, talks about feminism and politics and generally muses on happenings. My first children's novel Greta and Boris was published in 2014. Twitter @sianushka
An intersectional feminist blog tackling issues from a unique South African perspective. The posts attempt to explain and discuss some academic feminist theories in a simple manner, so as to make feminism accessible to more people. Follow me on Twitter @sianfergs
New to blogging, focus on impact if austerity on women and intersection of poverty, class struggles and feminism.
Sky Blog Pink
I am a feminist who is proud to have brought up a strong and feminist daughter. I am a teacher of twenty two years who has recently become an Education Technology entrepreneur - creating technology aimed at making 'Every Child a Reader' - I am very lucky to have the support of the Cambridge University Judge Business School Accelerator Programme which is run by a woman though I am still a minority being female and 40+ . Twitter I am @skybluepink
Storm in a TeaCup
A London-based collective set up with the aim of promoting women in the arts.
Feminist musings of Anna Djinn, @annadjinn
Trouble & Strife
is a British-based radical feminist magazine. It appeared in print between 1983 and 2002, and is now a blog hosted by WordPress. We publish topical short posts, long-form articles and reviews, some of them illustrated by the feminist cartoonists whose work was a popular feature of the printed magazine. The website also gives visitors free access to a complete archive of our 43 print issues. We're edited by an all-women collective. We welcome enquiries from women who want to contribute posts, articles or reviews on topics of interest to a radical feminist readership (please note that we don’t publish fiction, poetry or artwork except if it illustrates an article). Visit our Facebook page. Our Twitter account is @strifejournal
I am a Ugandan feminist, based in Uganda. The blog, unculturedsisterhood, started out of extreme personal frustration with the state of affairs for women in my country, outside of it, in pretty much every area of life. From a feminist theory perspective, I critique topical, community, and cultural issues in Uganda (and the wider continent) as they relate to women. Hoping one or two sisters read/engage and join in as we work toward liberation. Twitter @EstellaMz
We Mixed Our Drinks
I write about feminism, politics, the media and Christianity, with the odd post about something else completely unrelated thrown in. My politics are left-wing, I happily call myself a feminist and am also an evangelical Christian (n.b. evangelicalism is not the same as fundamentalism, fact fans). Building a bridge between feminism and Christianity is important to me; people from both camps often view the other with suspicion although I firmly believe that the two are compatible. I am passionate about gender equality in the church. Twitter @boudledidge
Women Rock Science
A site dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women and girls in science
Women’s Views on the News (WVoN)
is a women’s news, opinions and current affairs site, and our management team, writers and editors all work on a voluntary basis. Our aim is to redress the gender imbalance in global news reporting by telling the stories that the mainstream press ignores, while at the same time encouraging more feminist writers to become news reporters and editors. If you interested in volunteering for us as an editor or writer please contact us via our website. @newsaboutwomen