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The Clutter Museum

The Clutter Museum is where Leslie, a BlogHer contributing editor for Research & Academia, writes about motherhood and the life academic. ...more

La Escalera Karakola is a women's occupied house...

La Escalera Karakola is a women's occupied house in a multiethnic working class neighborhood in the center of Madrid. For six years, la Karakola has served as a convergeance point and a point of departure for feminist thought and political action both in the neighborhood and in the far-flung feminist networks in which we participate. An open and changing collective of women -- mostly young, some not so young, of various sexualities, nationalities, class and educational backgrounds -- maintain the house as a public space for women, and from this space we generate projects which extend beyond the house itself. ...more

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CrustyGeek

All things web and geeky ...more

Living as Rosa

Living well, always. This is a journal of my life as I live it each and every day with the ones I love. ...more

Citizen Beta

At Citizen Beta I write about writing, about parenting and about whatever is stuck in my craw that day. With occasional (blurry) pictures and many links to things in the news, things that inspire me ...more

Write Between the Lines.

Rants, raves, reviews, references to pop culture, and a bunch of other stuff shelled out into cyberuniverse to ease the burden of an already outstretched and exhausted mind. ...more

Living in Abstract

The life of a twenty-something girl who just moved back to New York after living in Scotland for over a year. She just got her masters in Art History and is looking for a job, a boyfriend and a life ...more

The Girl Who

Brilliantly written with humor and grace whether talking about masturbation or depression. A must read... ...more

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