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Feministing Follow Friday: Funny Feminists Edition, Vol. II

Tweet Last week we put together a list of some of our favorite funny feminists on Twitter. You sent us a ton of recommendations, so we couldn’t resist another volume. Tweet
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Feministing Follow Friday: Funny Feminists Edition, Vol. I

Tweet I’m really, really over the ARE WOMEN FUNNY “debate” and usually I’m on the Liz Lemon train: I’m not gonna make you a fucking list of funny women just to prove my point. But, then again, it’s my job to make a list of feminists on the internet every Friday. And this time I [...]
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Feministing Follow Friday: Feminist Academics, Vol. I

Tweet It’s no secret that there’s a special place in Feministing’s heart for academic feminists. It’s a rare treat, though, to see what distinguished profs and researchers think about outside the classroom. Twitter can offer a little window into this world, so here are five of our favorite feminist academics to follow. Tweet
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Feministing Follow Friday: Feminist Poets Edition, Vol. II

Tweet A million years ago — OK, more like a month ago — before Feministing took time off for the holidays, and before I briefly left the blogosphere to study for finals, we put together Volume I of feminist poets you should follow on Twitter. As promised, just a bit late, here’s Volume II. Tweet
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The Feministing Five: Suey Park

TweetExemplifying the power and positive potential behind social media, last week’s #NotYourAsianSidekick Twitter conversation offered a fantastic opportunity for the Internet to discuss stereotypes and political challenges facing Asian-American-Pacific-Islanders (or AAPI). Originated by Suey Park, a freelance writer and organizer, #NotYourAsianSidekick quickly trended on Twitter and its energy immediately flowed over to the rest of [...]
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