Life in Your 20s & Living in the Big City
Gals’ Guide is the place where you come to find out everything from how to invest in an IRA to where you can find affordable unique clothes on the cheap. It’s the place where you can slowly start building your knowledge base for life after college. It’s the place that will empower you with information in a comfortable and relaxed setting.
GamingAngels is part of the She's Geeky Inc Women's media network. The network is a group of blogs that are all about geeky hobbies. The all female staff writes about comics, tech, sci-fi, pop culture, and gaming for women. We encourage women to go into technology as a career through scholarships and highlighting women that work in the industry.
We work to encourage women to enjoy our hobbies as well as bring up when something in our geeky world is offensive to women....more
I welcome you to what I call the 'GB LAND'. Bored of working? Want a holiday? just drop in to GB Land and you get some crap that makes you feel work is faaaaar better and you'll get back to work. Hope you have a comfortable stay here....more
Gender Across Borders (GAB) is an international feminist community
where issues of gender, race, sexuality, and class are discussed and
critically examined. We embrace people of all backgrounds to come
together to voice and progress positive gender relations worldwide.
I'm a 20-year-old English major/music minor who loves yoga, food, and everything related to them! Blogging has become the funnest combination of all my passions, and helped me rediscover my love for writing. I'm currently studying abroad in Florence, Italy, and loving every minute. It's gonna be a crazy ride - come along!...more
An irreverent, passionate blog looking at women, feminism, the media and popular culture - now with 100 per cent more ranting! Examines how women, girls and issues of gender are presented in UK, US and global media and how we can work to combat stereotyping and sexism....more
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Girl on the Net is a UK-based feminist and sex blogger.
She is frustrated by assumptions about female desire and sexual relationships, and wants to add a teeny tiny extra voice to the horde of women screaming “WE ACTUALLY LIKE THIS.”
Some of the posts are not safe for work, others are safe for work, but might make you angry.
You can also find Girlonthenet on Twitter....more