Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Feministing Five: Ina May Gaskin

TweetAs promised, this week’s Feministing Five is with the legendary Ina May Gaskin. Ina May is the famed “midwife of modern midwifery” and has revolutionized the way the world views this ancient practice since the emergence of her seminal book “Spiritual Midwifery.” This past month, Ina May was awarded the Alternative Nobel Peace Prize in [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Samhita’s picks

TweetIt’s hard to just pick a few blog posts, since not only has Feministing been delivering super strong content for seven years, we kind of went next level this year with a slue of new writers that truly brought in a new era of feminist thought leadership. We are just so f-ing good you guys!! [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: What Lori Loved

Tweet2011 was an exciting year for feminist blogs, with more fresh feminist faces, productive dialogue and crucial reporting than ever before. Feministing was no exception, and while we lost the regular contributions of a few irreplaceable feminist friends of mine, I’m really excited about the new voices that joined the mix this year. It was [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Maya’s Top Picks

TweetOne of my favorite things about writing for Feministing is getting to discuss the issues I care about with a diverse group of incredibly smart ladies. And I think that some of the best posts from the last year have come when we’ve made that convo public–tackling an issue and teasing apart the nuances together. [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Zerlina’s Picks

TweetTwo of my favorite posts from this year were about violence against women but dealing with two different stories in the news. One was Jos’ post about what we do when police are not the ones we can trust anymore to keep us safe and the second is a post by Lori about why despite [...]
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