Some blogs I read:

Hook and Eye
As a feminist PhD student...oh, is this ever relevant to me! Also, blogs that are well-written fill me with joy.

Lashings of Ginger Beer Time
Lashings is an Oxford-based Queer Feminist Burlesque Collective - with "burlesque" conceptualized in a somewhat atypical but absolutely awesome fashion.

We're Telling Very likely very triggering!
We're Telling isn't as active as it once was but it's still out there, and somewhere for people to tell, anonymously.

A Gentleman and a Scholar
CN is a fab musician and also writes all sorts of fun nerdy stuff - and posts the occasional recipe for mind-bogglingly-good glittery desserts!

Shakespeare's Sister
I've sometimes had issues with things posted on here, but Shakesville is a staple in the feminist blog diet :) Threads on rape culture are great.

Hyperbole and a Half (aka the home of the Alot)
This blog wins at most things. It's alot better than you at everything...see what I did there?

Pigtail Pals
Redefining what it means to be a girl, through the lives of a mom and her six-year-old daughter.

Shit My Students Write
I've never contributed, but I do have some gems that I ought to share...

Bookshelf Porn!
Totally safe for work.

Occupy Fitspo
I know the blogger, and she's awesome. Also, she posts great pics that are actually inspiring, rather than hate-provoking in inspirational clothing.

Ikea Hackers
I've never been sure whether, were I to list Ikea on my CV, it ought to be classified as a skill, a hobby, or an interest. Nonetheless, I give you Ikea Hackers.

Good Consent Rules!
Because consent is sexy. 

Other websites I love:

Liberate Yourself
Stories from people of various intersectional groups - based in the UK at Manchester University, but applicable almost anywhere.

Pandora's Aquarium
Message board, chat room, articles, and a place to securely blog about sexual violence. If anything I've posted triggers you, this is a great place to get support (if you know me in the "real world" and know my usual online screen name please don't try to find me here - thanks).

Yum indeed.

Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association
Want a kitten?

To Write Love On Her Arms
You are not alone, and this is not the end of your story.

I've recently been initiated into this nerdy group of queer women. They post about everything under the sun, it seems, and for the most part, they do it well.

Soraya Chemaly on The Huffington Post
She's awesome - one of the best feminist bloggers I've come across.

The Purple Ribbon Campaign
This is my sister's Eating Disorders Awareness Week project.

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