A Feminism 101 Blog
An information resource concentrating on typically disruptive questions and assertions which arise in online feminist discussions.
Ageing, ageism and feature films
On the representation of older women in feature films.
Angry Black Bitch
US feminist writings from Shark-Fu of St Louis.
Archive of the Biting Beaver
Some of the best posts from the now-locked radical feminist Biting Beaver blog, preserved for posterity.
“A ‘feminist pop culture adventure’, pushing for change, raising awareness about gender issues and acknowledging how far we’ve come.”
A UK-based blog focusing on gender violence and the impact of the porn and sex industries.
A blog about feminism and motherhood.
Carnival of Radical Feminists
Provides links to carnivals of radical feminism.
Child Rearing Against Patriarchy
A network of feminist parents, carers, educators and allies who want a feminist upbringing for the next generation.
Crazy Like Us?
Feminists writing about mental health. Contributions from feminists who identify as female, live in the UK and have experience of mental health issues are welcomed.
The blog of feminist, activist and comedian Kate Smurthwaite.
Blog by Gabriella Geisinger, a writer, from music journalism to poetry, and feminist blogger from New York City now living in London.
A blog for pro-feminist and feminist men’s issues.
Blog dealing with news and issues surrounding feminist philosophy.
Women blogging on feminist issues in Ireland and beyond.
Long-established US blog covering a variety of topics and issues.
Feministing’s Community blog exists to provide a platform for feminist and pro-feminist writing, to connect feminists online and off, and to encourage activism.
Run in association with the CUSU Women’s Campaign, Gender Agenda is a space for writing about feminism, sexuality and gender-related issues.
I Blame the Patriarchy
The radical feminist views of Twisty Faster.
A blog to give a voice to a new generation of Irish feminists, inspiring women not to be afraid of the ‘f word’.
Not Just an Object Project
A Glasgow-based blog-project, which is “a direct response to advertisers and the media systematically presenting a skewed and, frankly, objectified version of what women (and indeed sometimes men) are supposed to look like”.
The blog of Rebecca Mott.
Rage Against the Man-Chine
A feminist blog by Nine Deuce.
Raising My Boychick
Discussing the intersections of family and feminism, motherhood and marginalizations, kids and kyriarchy.
The writings of an Asian American feminist.
Award-winning blog founded by Melissa McEwan and dealing with politics, pop culture and feminism.
Now-defunct UK feminist magazine. Although now no longer updated, you can still read the Subtext blog.
“The home of many Irish ladies writing about everything from fashion to feminism, pop culture to politics.”
The Carnival of Feminists
The Carnivals aim to build the profile of feminist blogging, to directextra traffic to all participating bloggers, but particularly newer bloggers, and to build networks among feminist bloggers around the world.
A US feminist blog created by Sady Doyle.