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The Feministing Five: Sesali Bowen

TweetSesali Bowen is the training director for United States Student Association, a progressive non-profit that fights for and organizes students across the country. She’s also one of our newest contributors from our So You Think You Can Blog contest. She wrote about being fat and visible at the intersections, what we can learn from women [...]
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The Feministing Five: Amy S. Choi

TweetAmy S. Choi is a freelance journalist based out of Brooklyn, NY and one of three winners in our So You Think You Can Blog contest. Her work has appeared in BusinessWeek, Women’s Wear Daily, The Philadelphia City Paper, Time Out New York, and The Wall Street Journal, to name a few. She also sits [...]
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The Feministing Five: Alexandra Brodsky

TweetAlexandra Brodsky is one of our newest contributors to the site. She’s one out of three winners in our first ever blogging contest– So You Think You Can Blog. She recently graduated from Yale and started work at a Planned Parenthood affiliate in Zambia.  We’re pretty big fans of hers here at the site. And [...]
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Announcing your new Feministing contributors: Sesali, Alexandra and Amy!!

TweetThis summer, Feministing held a contest to look for a brand new Contributor. We were looking for someone to join the Feministing team and blog for us once a week — someone who’s smart, funny, insightful, reliable, and raring to go. Well, I’m sorry to say we didn’t find one qualified candidate in the bunch… [...]
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Not Oprah’s Book Club: This is How You Lose Her

Tweet Ed. note: This post is part of the second round of the Feministing “So You Think You Can Blog” contributor contest (background here). Stay tuned all week as our six finalists take turns turns covering the blog and giving us a sense of their personal contributor style. The winner of the contest and newest [...]
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