Feminism Blogs

    Toronto Feminists

    This is a community blog for the members of the Toronto Feminism Meetup Group. Any member of the group may post and comment, the objective is to provide a forum for discussion when meeting in person isn’t feasible. Also, just to have fun and think about what is important to us as Feminists. ...more

    Tortoise Tales

    This blog is about lots of things.  I am writing it because I want to contribute to an exciting and growing group of Australian women who are blogging about becoming foster parents as solo mums by choice.  Over the next few years (eeek!) I’ll be writing about how we become a forever family for a child who just needs love, safety and a place to call home.  It’s going to take some time for all that to unfold, so for now I’m writing about lots of other things too.  I write about being mum to my beautiful toddler girl, who faces some health challenges.  I write a fair b...more

    Tough Muddette - My journey to the Tough Mudder

    I started my blog to document my journey to competing in Tough Mudder Twin Cities....more

    Towanda's Window

    blogging about my favorite topics...theology, justice, baseball. And my own journey navigating my life. ...more

    Travels with my teenager

    http://travelswithmyteenager.blogspot.com/ ...more

    Trial and Error Home Ec

    Follow me at Trial & Error Home Ec as I learn how to manage my household efficiently and inexpensively, and explore my role as a young woman, wife, and mother.  Since so few women today can serve as role models in homemaking, my journal to becoming a successful SAHM involves a lot of experimentation and introspection, not to mention research.  Trial & Error is where I record what I come up with and share it with others....more

    Tumultuous Tidbits...Musings of a Single, Eco-Conscious, Feminist Mom

    General thoughts and gripes from a mom who is trying to keep it all together....more

    Turn the Clock Forward

    I'm a feminist, progressive, humanist who sits at the intersection of the consistent life ethic and reproductive justice movements. Turning back the clock to a time of restrictive gender roles and one-size-fits-all sexuality is not just, not possible, and not an effective way to end abortion. We need justice for women, justice for our children, and a commitment to nonviolent solutions to social problems. ...more

    Twenty Four At Heart

    Twenty Four At Heart takes a light-hearted look at parenting, mid-life and day-to-day events. It is written by a mom of three teenagers who survived a disabling car accident. Trying to laugh her way through the recovery process, the writer remains upbeat even when serious subjects arise. ...more

    Twenty Twenty Hindsight

    Lies and misadventures. ...more

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