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Support feminist organizing wins. Support Feministing!

TweetFeministing is a labor of love – but it shouldn’t be. In addition to blogging, our team of badass Contributors and Editors all have the equivalent of full time jobs (currently mine is grad school. I’m so tired). I believe the work of feminist blogs is valuable and vital – we share information and resources, [...]
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The Feministing Five: Emily Heroy

TweetEmily Heroy is Executive Editor and co-founder of Gender Across Borders, a blog that serves as “a global voice for gender justice.” The site started in April 2009 in the interest of promoting the voice of global feminism and highlighting issues that affect women abroad. Originally from Chicago, Emily went to college in New York [...]
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Feminist bloggers featured in New York Magazine

TweetThe very awesome Emily Nussbaum has an article in this week’s New York Magazine featuring feminist bloggers. The article is running in conjunction with a feature about the 40 year anniversary of Ms. Magazine and gives a brief history of the rise, importance, paradox and evolution of blogging. Similar to the conversations surrounding Ms. Magazine, blog [...]
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A Gay Girl in Damascus a hoax

Tweet The real person behind the Amina lie: Tom MacMaster. Last week a post on the blog A Gay Girl in Damascus, supposedly from the blogger’s cousin, reported the blog’s author Amina Arraf had been kidnapped by security forces. Other bloggers, including myself, posted to raise awareness and encourage folks to take action. Others who [...]
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A Gay Girl in Damascus blogger kidnapped: Take action!

TweetAmina Abdallah Araf, who writes the blog A Gay Girl in Damascus where she speaks critically about Syrian politics, was kidnapped on Monday. Her cousin reports: Earlier today, at approximately 6:00 pm Damascus time, Amina was walking in the area of the Abbasid bus station, near Fares al Khouri Street. She had gone to meet [...]
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