Tag Archives: internet

The feminist blog revolution will be paid

TweetCourtney published a vital article in The Nation yesterday about the feminist internet’s money problem. I highly recommend giving it a read if you’re at all interested in the future of feminist organizing. Online organizing is like the “women’s work” of the feminist movement – it takes an incredible amount of time and energy, it’s [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: Right to surf edition

TweetLast year, Finland became the first country in the world to make internet access a basic right for its citizens. Since then, the country had made good on its promise to keep Internet access affordable to all Finns, with more than 85 percent of Finns currently able to access to the Internet. This makes Finland [...]
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The Feministing Five: Feminist Hulk

TweetIf you spend any time in the feminist Twittersphere, you are probably familiar with Feminist Hulk. And if you aren’t familiar with Feminist Hulk, you are missing out on the hilarious anti-sexism goodness that Feminist Hulk portions out, 140 characters at a time. For example: HULK SMASH UNDER HOT JUNE SUN! PATRIARCHAL DEBRIS MELT IN [...]
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I’m a bigger asian slut than you.

Tweet I didn’t become a feminist blogger to spread my message, folks, I became a feminist blogger so I could change google forever. A friend of mine found out over the weekend (really, none of us want to know how or why) that if you do a google image search for “asian sluts” guess who’s [...]
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Why are only 13% of Wikipedia contributors women?

TweetAnd how do we change it? The New York Times reports that only 13% of the hundreds of thousands of Wikipedia contributors are women—and thankfully Wikipedia is determined to do something about it. About a year ago, the Wikimedia Foundation, the organization that runs Wikipedia, collaborated on a study of Wikipedia’s contributor base and discovered that [...]
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