Feminism Blogs


    Because I don't fit in a category and I don't want to, so consider me del.icio.us and just tag me. ...more

    Uncensored Feminista

    These are my rantings on feminist issues I find in the news and all around me.  ...more

    uncouth heathen

    My name is Linsey and I live in Seattle, Washington with my partner, Janie and our three (very bad) cats. During the day I work in downtown Seattle. During the evening, I work hard for the money. I grew up in Shoreline, Washington, located just north of Seattle. I spent my childhood days swimming in our backyard pool unattended, picking and eating strange berries, blowing things up with firecrackers, putting on elaborate lip sync concerts, playing Super Mario Brothers and watching entirely too much television. ...more


    Fact-checking Mad Men, writing about women's history, sharing new music and book finds, and observing social phenomena as first a feminist, second a teacher, and third a comedian.   ...more

    UnNatural History

    The adventures of a writer and native Pennsylvanian transplanted to Silicon Valley. Notes on California (and Back East) landscape, history, and culture; plus discussions of writing, reading, music, God, food, politics, and whatever else seems like a good idea at the time. ...more

    Uppity Rib

    Uppity Rib is one of many personal logs bobbing around the vast blogosphere. This particular one promotes equality, compassion, education, activism, and health. And on a good day, it’s funny. Come u ...more

    Uprooting the Pumpkin

    Location United Kingdom See map: Google Maps I am a Zambian Feminist who has lived in the UK for about 10 years. I write about trying to reconcile my life here in the UK  with my African traditions. My blog is also about showing the disparity between women's in the developed world compared to the developing world by writing about both the positive and negative news stories about women around the globe. As well as highlighting the plight of poorer women I also seek to show what those of us in the diaspora can and are doing to help change our home countries....more

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