A Level Gaze
News, equipped with both commentary and criticism.
a little bit pregnant
Madcap misadventures in infertility, pregnancy, and parenthood
Two abortion providers with a combined experience of more than 48 years. We love our work and are committed to offering the very best experience for women who turn to us for help. We want this space to be a safe place to talk freely about our work, our patients' stories, and how we feel about the experience of abortion in this country. In the time-honored tradition of the web, we have chosen to be anonymous because we want to talk about the real stuff without censoring ourselves. This blog will contain both individual posts and dialogues between the two of us, and we may post some thoughts from other providers as guest bloggers from time to time. Mostly, we want to speak openly, honestly, and from the heart about what we know about abortion today.
After School Snack
Three lonely but erudite cubicle jockeys, stuck in post-grad purgatory, selling their souls as corporate shills until they find their real jobs (or at least better paying fake ones) muse on politics, current events, and more
Alas, A Blog
A blog from the creator of the online cartoon, Hereville.
Musings and mutterings from inside and around the Beltway.
News, opinions, and humor
design. geekery. business. culture.
Columnist and author Arianna Huffington's blog
A mix of finance, economics, and public policy blogging.
Back to the Kitchen
Media, Culture, Politics and Women in a New American Century.
Bag and Baggage
Microcontent obsessed since 2001.
Bark Bark Woof Woof
The blog of Mustang Bobby, a writer in South Florida who looks at the world with dry bemusement and tries to get through life without bumping into the furniture. A proud member of the Reality-Based Community.
Feminist blogging and humor
A radical blog by an African feminist
A group weblog and discussion space for issues of gender, race, class and culture.
Blog of a Bookslut
Blog Sisters: where women bloggers connect, engage, become.
We're the largest and oldest blogging moms group on the Internet bringing together blogging mommies from all around the world!
blogs by women
A web ring of blogs by women.
A Proud Member of the Reality-Based Community. Group blog run by 5 blondes across the nation.
The personal site and blog of Melanie Goux.
Intelligent feminism from Kameron Hurley.
Bush v. Choice
The pro-choice anti-Bush action center
but she's a girl...
I'm a biologist, an Apple/Unix geek, an audiophile, an avid reader and film buff, and an amateur (in both the inept and unpaid senses) photographer. I live and work in Oxford (the one in the UK, for any US readers) - a surreal place at the best of times. I apparently do not have the gene for interest in make-up, clothes or celebrities. Now, I know that there must be other women out there like me - I even know a few. So part of my motivation for writing this blog is to say, "hi, you're not alone" to them.
The Home for Wayward Lesbians
Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind
Sarah Weinman is the crime fiction columnist for the Baltimore Sun, a contributing editor of January Magazine, the fiction editor for SHOTS, and a commissioning editor for PointBlank Press. The blog began in its earlier incarnation in October 2003 and has been going strong ever since.
Cupcake is the reading series for New York's best women writers. Our take on the literary world, writers we love, and the evils of chick lit.
Cyberfeminist ruminations by half mother half machine.
One-time boy wonder turned father figure, the publisher of DaddyZine came up from the mean streets of Normal, Illinois.
Desperate House Lives
A portal for cool moms. A place for women to be women - no kids, no husbands. A resource for the woman who gets lost in her family and can come to find herself again.
An independent, non-violent, counter-dominant, left-liberal, possibly charismatic, quasi anarcho-libertarian Quaker's take on politics, bicycling, and other esoterica.
DotMoms is a weblog that features smart, fun, and focused writing about motherhood from many perspectives. We aim to be a diverse group that reflects all kinds of moms (different ages, locations, races, religions, etc.) and all kinds of kids.
The Blog of journalist Virginia Postrel
Echidne of the Snakes
News and opinions from Echidne of the Snakes, a minor greek goddess.
Echidne of the snakes
A feminist/political blog discussing all issues from a feminist point of view.
Commentary on government schools and school choice alternatives
Feminism, Feminists, and Gender
A feminist forum.
Feminist Blogs is a community of weblogs by self-identified feminists, womanists, and pro-feminist men. We syndicate our weblogs to raise awareness, bring together feminist voices, and promote cross-linking and discussion between feminist bloggers. Blogs are not just for boys, and we are building independent alternatives to the malestream media.
Life-loving lesbian-feminist who's had it with business as usual, hopelessness, despair, new-age mentality, and other ways of denying the trouble we're in and our complicity with it. Talk to me about solutions.
Feminism from a student of education and single mother.
Young women are rarely given the opportunity to speak on their own behalf on issues that affect their lives and futures. Feministing provides a platform for us to comment, analyze and influence.
Feminists Mothers WebRing
Is it possible to integrate feminist ideals with a nurturing lifestyle? Yes! The Feminist Mothers WebRing [FMWR] links together sites created by nurturing thinking women.
Figure: Demystifying the Feminist Mystique
Feminist blog discussing a range of issues from women in corporate America, female political participation and how living as a femininst.
Compiling the best online articles about music so there will be more of both in the future. In periods of drought, the reader will be innundated by my own blogs on the matters.
active-isms & what-nots
For the Record
Reality-based information, opinion, and activism concerning national and international affairs.
Free Thinking and Linking by Joanne Jacobs
Once a San Jose Mercury News columnist, and now finishing a book, School Work: How Two Grumpy Optimists Built a Successful Charter School, behold the blog of Joanne Jacobs.
Gender and Computing
I'm a researcher at Department of Humanistic Informatics, Univ. of Bergen, Norway. I have been an associate at the department since 1998, when I startet working with a Ph.D. This was about how men and women experience that gender has something to do with computers, and how they position themselves in relation to computers.
My current research is also about gender and ICT, but this time in a historical perspective, trying to find out 'how we got here.'
Girl in the Locker Room
This is a cyber history project. Contribute stories about your own experiences by e-mail or comment on my running blog entries as a barrier-breaking generation gives context to contemporary female life.
h20boro lib blog
Waterboro Public Library (ME) weblog of literary and library news and resources
Half Changed World
DC mom/policy wonk's musings on work, parenthood, gender, politics, and the rest of life
Half the Sins of Mankind
Part of the allure of everything one does online is the potential anonymity, not merely of one's particular identity but also of one's gender, race, geographic location, etc. While I don't attempt to hide my identity, I prefer for people to evaluate my thoughts on their own terms instead of seeing them through the prism of "This is a young/old black/white man/woman's opinion," except when facts about me may be relevant.
Modeled after www.hollabacknyc.com, HollaBack-SF is a place for SF and Bay Area women to Holla Back at street harassers. No matter where you are, who you are, (or what you are wearing), you deserve to feel good about yourself! The streets are public property, so stop shrugging them off and Holla Back at harrassers! Send us your pics and stories, and let them know we won't take it!
Hot Flash Report
Ann Rose and Susan Hill have something to say. Every morning for the past several years, they’ve chatted on the phone and ranted about the events of the day. Now, instead of ranting to each other, they will air their opinions on the internet with Hot Flash Report. Along with a hand-picked group of “Flasher” columnists, they will dissect the latest spin on the news and give you a piece of their mind. Ann and Susan are both long time liberal Democrats and abortion rights activists with national credentials. As business colleagues and best friends, they’ll tell it like it is. Don’t miss your daily fix of Ann and Susan.
Howling At A Waning Moon
Tracking the Bush Administration's assault on the environment, our health, and our children's quality of life.
Humor and commentary in action.
I'm as Blue as the Ocean is True
the bits and blurbs of a married university professor, a fully self-actualized adult with no desire to have children.
A weblog on the sequential arts: comics, graphic arts, obsessions
Infomaniac: Behind the News
News research news and information, and other things I like. From the original Infomaniac, a veteran news researcher in Florida, and now in North Carolina.
Arts and comics, culture and not.
Just a Bump in the Beltway
Politics and culture from the left side of the road.
Random ranting from a feminist, unapologetic atheist, animal rights advocate, vegan, skeptic, environmentalist, author, geek, nature nerd, and all-around opinionated liberal.
Kick the Leftist
News, opinions, and humor
Recipe spot for feminist foodies.
Like Kryptonite to Stupid
Blogging from Oliver Willis: socially liberal and working for a media watchdog
Livejournal for Feminists
Feminist news, commentary and discussion.
Ruby's rants & randomness- if you're not outraged, you're not reading my blog.
Deep thoughts, updates, sex, life and relationship musings (and a few links here and there) from Rachel Kramer Bussel. OR: "Sex, smut, cupcakes, comedy, contests, cleavage, diet coke, baby cuteness, feminism, New York City, spanking, shopping and other obsessions"
Lying Media Bastards
Lying Media Bastards is both a radio show and website. Both projects focus on our media-marinated world and are brought to you by Jake Sexton, The Most Beloved Man in America ®.
Lynne d Johnson: A Day in the Life
Media and culture.
Make Me a Commentator!!
News and views
Reality-based language, fraud, folly, truth, history, and knitting. Et cetera.
Many United for Feminism
Margaret Cho BLOG
Activist and artist, here is the blog of Margaret Cho
Matthew Yglesias is staff writer at The American Prospect and this is his weblog.
Maud Newton: Blog
Occasional literary links, amusements,
politics, and rants.
Exploring media from a feminist perspective.
A weblog by Meg Hourihan
Mikhaela's News Blog
Thoughts on news, cartoons, and the like.
misbehaving.net is a weblog about women and technology. It's a celebration of women's contributions to computing; a place to spotlight women's contributions as well point out new opportunities and challenges for women in the computing field.
MOM and Pop Culture
Fully stocked with opinions on motherhood, writing, filmmaking, politics, news, art, literature, blogging, and more.
I started Moorishgirl in October 2001, although I've had an online presence of one form or another since 1994. The blog features literary news, commentary, book reviews and author interviews as well as occasional political and cultural links.
Ms. Magazine's blog on women, media and culture.
A more-or-less random sampling of the thoughts surfacing from the sludge that is my mind. Proud member of the Illinois Reality-Based Community.
My So-Called Lesbian Life
A Blog equipped with politics and humor by Penny.
This g'url's blog discusses gender with a focus on technology and the Internet plus other digital divides and 'isms'
A daily blog on choice issues.
OBRM - Other & Beyond Real Men
...if we just allow ourselves to think outside the confines of the binary Male/Female, the possibilities for liberating males is huge and obvious.
One day, inspired, I started to draft a manifesto about this type of male liberation. I showed it to some trusted feminist friends and the feedback I got convinced me that it wasn’t quite ready for prime time. And besides, a manifesto is a political document, and, as such, it is better if it represents the views of more than one person. So I will ask some others to help me revise and add their voices to it. When it appears in print I trust it will be the stronger for it.
Meanwhile, what about this blog? I imagine developing here, in a less formal way, some of the ideas that are in my draft manifesto and other essays I have written to date. There is so much that needs to be explored. I will also invite some of the wonderful people I have met in gender studies and in feminist politics to join me here with their ideas and comments. I invite your thoughts, dear reader, and will post those I judge to add something meaningful to a mutual exploration of promising new gender space. Write me at otherbeyond(at)gmail.com.
A group weblog full of news commentary and humor.
One Woman Army
A feminist trying to make it in the real world - can one woman really change the world? Culture analysis, random musings of a grad student and activist, feminist thought and more.
The weblog of 5 politically concious citizens with definite opinions.
Pam's House Blend
American. Female. Lesbian. Ethnically diverse. Opinionated. Proud member of the Reality-Based Community.
Pen-Elayne on the Web
News and "silly sites of the day." Elayne's reality based journal.
Always better than an unexpected period.
Anti-abortion ideologues beware - I'm promoting objective, factual information on abortion and Roe v Wade.
Pinko Feminist Hellcat
The truth, the honest and unvarnished truth--I'm an unapologetic feminist. I'm a pinko, and I've been called a hellcat. (Well, okay, I haven't been, but I like the word.)
Poise.cc - Did you know...?
Being one of those children who asked “Why?” an awful lot, I was often told by frustrated adults: “Curiosity killed the cat.” Imagine my surprise and delight when I finally read the next line in the saying: ”...but satisfaction brought it back.” Witness my curiosity and my satisfaction.
Gadgets, Culture, General Neophilia. For and by women.
preemptive karma: sacred cows slaughtered daily...
Carla is a registered "non affiliated" voter (which in Oregon means essentially registered independent). She considers herself a Diest, and in many ways a social Libertarian.
Kevin is a long-time Independent from Oregon and also runs The Independent Voter. He is a moderate who traditionally prefers to vote for moderate Republicans, but who votes the candidate and the issues rather than the party and is not adverse to the occasional "protest" vote. He is also a Christian who strongly supports the separation of Church and State.
Preemptive Karma is their politically conscious blog.
Professor Kim's News Notes
Reporting and commentary on race, class, religion, gender and sexuality in the news.
Pseudo-Adrienne's Liberal-Feminist Bias
Just a brazen and unapologetic Liberal, Feminist blog about Feminism, Pro-Abortion Rights, Racial Civil Rights, LGBT Civil Rights, and critiquing Pop-Culture--feminist style!
Pop culture and writing.
An outlet for rage and disgust.
re:invention blog: for entrepreneurs
a BLOG for women entrepreneurs & emerging businesses, from re:invention's founder, Kirsten Osolind.
My name is Rebecca Blood, and this is my website, Rebecca's Pocket. My site consists of a weblog, some articles, and pages and pages of links on various things that interest me. I've been maintaining all of it since April 1999. These days I usually update my weblog on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
All things grim, womyn and revolutionary.
A free market feminist blog.
Reproductive Rights Blog
Blogging on issues surrounding reproductive rights.
Respectful of Otters
Politics, HIV, health care, psychology, baseball, feminism, et cetera.
Rogue Slayer Law Student Movie Fan
Movie and TV commentary, random thoughts on life, law school and world events.
Romancing the Blog
Romance authors and readers who blog. What's hip, what's now, what's tomorrow in the romance world.
Politics, opinions, humor
Where I blather on about stuff and you read it and like it
News, views, activism and a smattering of something else.
Shadow of the Hegemon
A Darkened Alley in the Reality Based Community
Middle-aged (thank god); married (oddly enough); native New Yorker; one (thoroughly magnificent, thanks) child, She Who Must Be Obeyed, aka HM (Her Majesty). But a mere lowly end-user by profession, and a former [pretty much everything, at least in somewhat limited first-world terms].
Extravagant (mostly organic) cook, slapdash (completely organic) gardener, brain space originally assigned to names and faces piled up with the overflow from the desperately overcrowded Old Movie and Broadway Trivia section, garage space which was originally assigned to a car piled up with boxes of books.
Dreadful housekeeper, indifferent dresser, takeout menu ninja and the proud owner of a major percentage of the partially finished crafts projects on the east coast of the continental United States.
Author Jennifer Weiner's constantly-updated take on books, baby, and news of the world.
Women's passion and politics.
Space Fem's Journal
Blogging from the Space Fem herself.
An ex-journalist keeps a jaundiced eye on the corporate media
Susan Mernit's Blog
Writing and news about digital media, ecommerce, social networks, blogs, search, online classifieds, publishing and pop culture from a consultant, writer, and sometime entrepeneur.
Taegan Goddard's Political Wire
Politics, news, and events. Pro-choice
TalkLeft: The Politics of Crime
Liberal coverage of crime-related political and injustice news
Tennessee Guerilla Women
Progressive Feminist Politics, Gay Rights: Challenging the Conservative Politics of Sexism, Homophobia, Racism and Classism
That Rabbit Girl
Tales of a new art librarian.
That's Great...Just Great.
Feminist diva rants and raves about politics, culture, and women's issues.
The All Girl Army
Ovathrow the status quo! An online feminist writing collective and women's community for and by young women and girls ages 10 - 23.
The All Spin Zone
We're all refugees, ex-pats, and contributors from other political blogs and message boards, so we've all been doing this kind of thing for awhile. Bottom line: a small group of progressive political junkies created this blog to give you our spin on the spin.
The Bitter Shack of Resentment
Brooke Shelby Biggs: a journalist, writer, and editor who blogs with more than a pinch of humor.
The Daily Blah
Featuring stories and photos from my various travels around the globe, specifically to Russia, South Korea and Costa Rica... as well as my local adventures. When you're done with my website, please click on the links below and check out the information they provide, or read my notes on the sex trade. You may be surprised by what you read.
The F-word: Feminism
The Pundit Post
The independent opinions of Wanda from the Deep South.
The Republic of T
Black. Gay. Father. Vegetarian. Buddhist. Liberal.
The Ruth Group
Reclaiming American Democracy
The Washington Note
Steve Clemons, Executive Vice President of the New America Foundation and Director of the Japan Policy Research Institute, regularly comments on public policy debates deserving attention.
The Well-Timed Period
At the intersection of medical fact and fiction
The Women Rights Awareness Blog
This blog is dedicated to all the women out there, with a hope for a better future. It was created in order to bring into consciousness the sad reality of women's rights around the world in the 21st century. The blog collects every piece of information and latest news regarding this subject.
I advocate Women's Autonomy (abortion), equal pay, holistic medicine, clean air, clean water, organic farming, sustainable resources, care for the disabled/mentally ill, caring for our children with pure foods, free education, universal health care, equal opportunity, making them loved, wanted, sheltered, protected from violence and poverty. I don't suffer fools OR fascists gladly.
The political blogosphere needs Pagan voices. Having a Jew, Christian and Muslim on a panel is NOT religious diversity- they are all patriarchal. The Goddess movement is back after 5,000 years of an unnatural social order. We won't let the mainstream marginalize us. We expect to be counted. I'm a Witch, with a capital W-please, don't use it when you mean to say "Bitch".
Theory of the Daily
The domestic and the everyday in literature, history, philosophy, and science.
Third Wave Agenda
tax-hiking, government-expanding, latte-drinking, sushi-eating, Volvo-driving, New York Times-reading, Hollywood-loving, left-wing freak show.
Third Wave Foundation
The Third Wave Foundation helps support the leadership of young women and transgender youth ages 15 to 30 by providing resources, public education, and relationship building opportunities.
this woman's work
writing, mothering, and writing about mothering
Thoughts of an Average Woman
Targeting issues and policies harmful to women, working families and other rhetoric
This blog is about the machine. It's about stopping it, or at least slowing it. Here, you'll find articles written about politics, society, music, books, gender affairs, gaming, news, religion, technology and my own favorite past-time of photography. This blog is written by a woman who is happily single, nearing her 30s, and is uninterested in children and relationships.
girls are strong, life is beautiful
War and Piece
International news and commentary
We Have Brains
A feminist discussion post
What She Said!
The next time some guy asks you where all the female bloggers are,
tell them What She Said!
when you're not around threesomes aren't normal...
Explore the thoughts of a 22-year-old, first year PhD student, pondering becoming an activist every other day. Bisexual, feminist, agnostic/atheist (depending upon epistemological view I'm thinking about at the moment), very libreral, non-emotional, and rational.
Winding Road in Urban Area
Included in States' Writes, the best collection of state-by-state progressive blog and news links on the internet, dutifully compiled by American Street proprietor Kevin Hayden
Women as Mothers
A grandmother, who raised two daughters alone, I have recently become concerned about the number and intensity of the media attacks against women in their role as mothers, particularly single mothers. I have created this website in an attempt to post articles regarding this issue and discuss with like-minded people some strategies to amend the current situation.
Because it is a woman's pregogative to change her mind... to change her life... to change the world.
Worshipping at the Altar of Mediocrity...
The inside scoop to Jen Leo's travel publishing world.