Category Archives: Carnival time!
Here, at abyss2hope. Marcella Chester deserves so much credit for the attention she brings to this issue.
That’s the title of this article that was published in the New Yorker. Below are a couple of excerpts: … Rotaru, who is twenty-six, works for the International Organization for Migration, a group connected to the United Nations, in Chisinau, … Continue reading
At Meta Watershed, with very colorful and sometimes amusing graphics! Breaking News update: a new Carnival of (unmodified) Feminists, the 58th, is up as well, here!
Come Together: Healing Tensions Among Women Working for Equality ~ A Women’s History Month Blog Carnival
A Women’s History Month Blog Carnival Come Together: Healing Tensions among Women Working for Equality What Tami Said and Women’s Space are partnering to host a blog carnival to encourage a dialogue between all women committed to gender equality. Dates: … Continue reading
52nd Carnival of Feminists at Figure: Demystifying the Feminist Mystique. 10th Carnival of Radical Feminists at Femtique: a feminist critique of pop media.
The 44th Carnival of Feminists at the Reproductive Rights Blog. The 5th Carnival of Radical Feminists at Women’s Space/The Margins. The 30th Carnival Against Sexual Violence at Abyss2hope.
The First Carnival of Radical Feminists is a ridiculously difficult act to follow, because Heart did such a fantastic job with it. It is a great resource, and I hope this one will be at least somewhat useful as well. … Continue reading
From the Blog o’ Gnosis: … [T]he task I face today is a daunting one. I was surprised last week to get a post from Cosette at Pandora’s Bazaar, who has tagged my blog for a Thinking Blogger Award. This … Continue reading
The very first Carnival of Radical Feminists is up at Women’s Space/The Margins. I’ve agreed to host the second one, both here and at Sivacracy.net. If you read or write something you’d like to see included in the Carnival, the … Continue reading
…is up, at Women’s Space/The Margins. “Radical Feminism” gets defined different ways, at different times, by different people. If I had to come up with something short and snappy, I guess I’d say, “radical feminists are the ones who … Continue reading
Up at abyss2hope. As usual Marcella Chester did a lot of hard work on this, and it is well worth checking out.