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Feministing Year in Review: What Lori Loved

Tweet2011 was an exciting year for feminist blogs, with more fresh feminist faces, productive dialogue and crucial reporting than ever before. Feministing was no exception, and while we lost the regular contributions of a few irreplaceable feminist friends of mine, I’m really excited about the new voices that joined the mix this year. It was [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Maya’s Top Picks

TweetOne of my favorite things about writing for Feministing is getting to discuss the issues I care about with a diverse group of incredibly smart ladies. And I think that some of the best posts from the last year have come when we’ve made that convo public–tackling an issue and teasing apart the nuances together. [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Miriam’s picks

TweetTwo of my favorite posts this year were letters from Feministing contributors to public figures. Maya hit it out of the park with her snarky yet sincere letter to Johnny Depp, when he compared having to participate in photo shoots to rape: Dear Johnny, Big fan over here. Your incredible acting skills and magnetic sex [...]
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Feministing Year In Review: Jos spreads the love

TweetDo you have any idea how lucky I feel to blog with such a brilliant, badass crew? I was supposed to pick two posts to highlight, but I totally cheated. As you’ll see this afternoon, cheating is the theme of the day. Anywho, here’s a few examples of times my fellow bloggers made my brain [...]
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Feministing Year in Review: Vanessa’s top picks

TweetWay too many favorites of incredible content this past year, but thought I’d highlight these. Jos Truitt really encompasses what it means to be a “thought leader” to me — one of many examples was in, “I am not your tragic trans narrative”: Here’s the thing: we’ve all got our own experiences, but in mine [...]
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