"Lauredhel and I decided last night that we would like to do a retrospective of 2007’s best feminist blogging, because there’s been some great stuff written this year (as there is every year) by all the passionate bloggers out there who identify as feminists and feminist allies. So here’s a chance to go over everything you bookmarked in your browser or starred in your feedreader over the year, and share your absolute favourites. (Or go back over the various carnivals and pick out the ones you still remember vividly, perhaps).11. tigtog: I expect to end up with a mix of favourites from blogs that people read every day and posts that people found (via those blogs) from bloggers who they don’t normally read as much but still vividly remember. It’s all good. [↩]I don't really write from a feminist perspective, although I consider myself one. I am sure there are undiscovered gems out there. Please go check out Hoyden About Town and nominate a post that caught your eye and made you think.
We’d also like to encourage you to spruik your own wares - so don’t be shy, please: self-nominations are not about tooting your horn as one of THE best posts of the year, just about letting us know about YOUR best post for the year. Not necessarily the most popular post, because that can be all about the topicality of a particular day or week, but what you personally are proudest of as a piece of writing or creative commentary, whether it’s a piece about outrage or disgust or despair or inspiration or"
March for PROGRESS
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