Monthly Archives: December 2011

Feministing Year in Review: Miriam’s picks

TweetTwo of my favorite posts this year were letters from Feministing contributors to public figures. Maya hit it out of the park with her snarky yet sincere letter to Johnny Depp, when he compared having to participate in photo shoots to rape: Dear Johnny, Big fan over here. Your incredible acting skills and magnetic sex [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Chloe’s top picks

TweetI totally cheated. I’m a big old cheater. When I was asked to list my two favourite posts from this year, one was not so much a post as it was an event, and the other wasn’t a Feministing post at all. Like I said, I’m a big old cheater.  But it’s cheating for a [...]
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Feministing Year In Review: Jos spreads the love

TweetDo you have any idea how lucky I feel to blog with such a brilliant, badass crew? I was supposed to pick two posts to highlight, but I totally cheated. As you’ll see this afternoon, cheating is the theme of the day. Anywho, here’s a few examples of times my fellow bloggers made my brain [...]
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From Katie, some of the countless best of the year

Tweet1)Up with Chris Hayes drops systemic analysis on Penn State Because the post highlights a much-needed critical, thoughtful perspective, which challenges the sensationalism and irresponsible journalism which dominates our media and manages to focus on2) because Jos becomes the 438th person I know to claim Chris Hayes as her boyfriend. Chris Hayes, my morning talk [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Eesha’s Faves

TweetThere was some brilliant feminist analysis on the blog in 2011. I’m delighted to be a (newish) member of this fierce team, and here are a couple of my faves from this year: “I need more evidence,” and other things that probably make you a mansplainer – By Samhita I love tools, resources and how-to [...]
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