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The 2016 Feministing Gift Guide

As we kiss the flaming garbage heap that was 2016 goodbye, let’s take a moment to appreciate the good there was this year. Many of us found that good in our chosen families, in the communities that held us, and in the radical feminist babes in our lives.

As we kiss the flaming garbage heap that was 2016 goodbye, let’s take a moment to appreciate the good there was this year. Many of us found that good in our chosen families, in the communities ...

The Best of 2013: The Feministing crew’s favorites (Part 2)

To close out 2013, we’re showcasing our favorite feminist content from the past year. Today, we’re continuing with the Feministing crew’s personal “best of’s” here on this site and elsewhere in the blogosphere. Check out Part 1 in the series here, as well as Feministing’s top ten most-read posts of 2013. And add your own picks in the comments!

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“Feministing Chat: Individualism, violence, and victim blaming” by the Feministing crew

Every day I’m in awe of the depth of talent and brilliance on the Feministing roster, and this dialogue unpacking the dangers of individual feminism, capitalism, victim blaming, and gender based violence ...

To close out 2013, we’re showcasing our favorite feminist content from the past year. Today, we’re continuing with the Feministing crew’s personal “best of’s” here on this site and elsewhere in the blogosphere. Check ...

The Best of 2013: The Feministing crew’s favorites (Part 1)

As part of our 2013 recap, we’ve already highlighted the top ten most-read posts on Feministing. But some of our favorite posts of the year aren’t the most highly trafficked ones. Often the most powerful or inspiring or thought-provoking pieces of writing are those that strike a very personal nerve. So we asked the entire Feministing crew to highlight their greatest hits of the year–both posts by their fellow Feministing writers and from elsewhere on the internet. Here are some of their faves. (Check back tomorrow and the next day for Part 2 and 3–there’s so much wonderful feminist content to revisit from this year!) 

As part of our 2013 recap, we’ve already highlighted the top ten most-read posts on Feministing. But some of our favorite posts of the year aren’t the most highly trafficked ones. Often ...

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2013 Recap: The most popular Feministing posts of the year (Part 2)

To close out 2013, we’re showcasing our favorite feminist content from the past year, starting with the most-read posts on Feministing. Yesterday, we brought you #10 through #6, and today we’re back with the top five.

Check them out and let us know what other posts you think should have made the list!

To close out 2013, we’re showcasing our favorite feminist content from the past year, starting with the most-read posts on Feministing. Yesterday, we brought you #10 through #6, and today we’re back with ...

2013 Recap: The most popular Feministing posts of the year (Part 1)

It’s been a big year for all of us here at Feministing. We brought on some amazing new contributors, said farewell to our dear former Executive Editor Samhita, got a trio of new Executive Directors, and launched a big Kickstarter fundraising campaign, which–thanks to your support–was super successful. And through it all, we did some pretty great blogging if we do say so ourselves.

2014 promises to be even more exciting, and we can’t wait to get back to regular posting after the New Year. But first, we’ll be running a series of end-of-year roundups of our favorite feminist writing of 2013–both on our corner of the interwebs and beyond. First up, today and ...

It’s been a big year for all of us here at Feministing. We brought on some amazing new contributors, said farewell to our dear former Executive Editor Samhita, got a trio of ...

The personal is political: Our feminist new year’s resolutions for 2013

Ed note: This is the last in a series of posts summarizing the year in online feminism and looking forward to 2013. View the most highly trafficked posts of the year here, check out some of our favorite in-house posts here, and click here to view our favorite posts of 2012 from around the Internet.  Check out our resolutions for 2013. Leave your resolutions in the comments! Maya
Ed note: This is the last in a series of posts summarizing the year in online feminism and looking forward to 2013. View the most highly trafficked posts of the year here, check out some of our favorite in-house ...
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