Feminism Friday

aka Not the FAQs

ADDENDUM 2010/05/28: I’ve decided to see what Twitter will make of a weekly #feminismfriday hashtag. Look in the Feminism Friday archive for the latest post to leave your links if you are not on Twitter.

From a post here a few monthsyears ago:

I’ve been admiring Thinking Girl’s Feminism Friday archive so much that I’m nicking the idea, and I would encourage other bloggers to do the same. Not necessarily every Friday, but every now and then, when you have an opinionated big-picture feminist essay bursting to get out, let that post loose on a Friday and give it the “Feminism Friday” category tag to make it easy to find on search engines. We can have a multitude of virtual feminist salons!

I’m still keen on spreading this idea. A few other bloggers have picked up on Feminism Friday either regularly or irregularly (and not always on Fridays either, which is not a problem). Every now and then I do a roundup of Feminism Friday posts (peruse the FF101 Feminism Friday archive here). I sometimes include posts which haven’t been tagged as such but which I think have the spirit of Feminism Friday as I see it. Others will have different views of what is and isn’t a Feminism Friday post, and the more diverse opinions the better!

Here are links to search results by tag for “Feminism-Friday”:

Consider going into your achives and adding the Feminism Friday tag to any posts which fit the bill. And whenever you see a Feminism Friday post here, please feel free to tout your own recent posts in the comments.

5 comments on “Feminism Friday

  1. […] , reproduction , violence As usual, not all of these posts have actually been tagged as Feminism Friday articles by their authors, but if a post appears to fit into the category I include it. Please add […]

  2. […] is an early Feminism Friday post, as I won’t have time to write anything this long again until the New Year, […]

  3. […] introducing a new feature here at Confabulous by throwing our two cents into the Feminist Friday meme (which you’ll find over at Feministing and the like). The big plan is to put up short […]

  4. […] as often as we can and would encourage other feminist-minded bloggers to do the same! The folks at Feminism 101 encourage you to “let loose” any opinionated essays you may have regarding feminism and […]

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