Monthly Archives: December 2012

Feministing reads: Our favorite blog posts from 2012

Tweet In a series of posts summarizing the year in online feminism, we’ve already detailed the most heavily trafficked posts on Feministing in 2012, and highlighted some of our favorite posts that may not have gotten the most pageviews but still warmed the cockles of our feminist hearts. Now it’s time to give others some shine. Without further [...]
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Staff picks: Our favorite in-house posts from 2012

Tweet While we understand traffic is an important indication of what’s resonating, it’s not the whole picture. Sometimes our favorite posts don’t necessarily go viral but manage to inspire, provoke, or comfort us in a way that the traditionally popular posts do not. The following posts are our favorite in-house posts from 2012. Stay tuned [...]
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People’s choice: The ten most trafficked Feministing posts of 2012

TweetTwenty-twelve has been an incredible year for feminism and for Feministing. After eight years, we’re still going strong — bringing you feminist news, analysis, laughter, and gifs direct to your screen of choice. ICYMI, this one was an election year, and even as we managed to avoid a transition in our White House leadership, we faced [...]
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We’ll be back Wednesday

Tweet Despite being a bunch of godless heathen feminists, we’re taking the next couple days off from blogging. We’ll be back Wednesday with our end of the year content. In the mean time, if the holidays are a difficult time of year for you, here are a couple resources I’ve found: The December Project, to [...]
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