Feminism Blogs

  • Life Ain’t For Sissies

    IDEAS FROM PSYCHOLOGY THAT MAKE LIFE BETTER Most posts are observations, fueled by my life and work as a clinical psychologist, teacher, and writer. My interest in  identity, creativity, transitions, loss, relationships, midlife and becoming a clinician will show up in my posts regularly. ...more
    you could do a thesis on my life, I have considered bein a psychologist just for the meere fact ...more


    !Blog is a place for the discussion of all things Nerd.  An avid progammer, gamer, nerd-conference attender, and general geek-about-town, !Blog is where I keep my thoughts on all those things and more.  Started years ago during a bout of unemployment, this blog is where I've fleshed out my opinions, shared some great finds on the internet, and continue to improve my writing.  I hope you'll drop by and see if what I have to say interests you!...more

    'NYC Unrated and Unfiltered

    A fresh, witty take on women's rights and reproductive health ...more

    ((little fat notebook))

    My philosophy is simple: things change. Therefore, we are all on a lifelong journey of discovery. We should be flexible, questioning, learning, adapting, and growing. Always. ...more


    helen boyd's journal of gender and trans issues ...more

    (i am alive)

    arbitrary reflections from a fairly ordinary life......more

    *Milk and Cuddles*

    We had Irish soda bread this afternoon with some tea-as has been a tradition for me since I was a little girl. Irish soda bread has always been a favorite of my fathers, and as such my mom usually had it around on St. Patrick's Day! ...more

    .51 - Geekspace For Women

    “.51- Geekspace for Women” is for women who are busy building rockets, making small gadgets or large networks, designing new computer programs, p0wning games, publishing science fiction, writing/designing comics, making music - whatever geeks are up to, you’ll find it here. If there’s something missing that should be here, speak up! ...more


    Black beauty is one that is unique and indigenous only to those of african descent. Its evied and imitated by those who lack its distinctive traits. Yet, we don't seem to love or accept, but fear and reject it. Stop letting people tell you that only those with "good" hair can grow sensational lengths or can have a healthy, glorious crown. Stop putting cash in the underqualified stylists hands and learn to do it on your own. A 6 billion dollar industry, and not a cent of its going into your pockets. Reclaim your cash, and your pride. ...more

    1 Voice 4 Peace

    A blog that advocates for peace, both inner and outer.  I aim to inspire, connect, and share-- and, hopefully, spread a little peace with my one little voice.  :) ...more

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