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Welcome to the Blogroll

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I’ve added the following amazing women bloggers to the blogroll for your reading pleasure.    Not all write about feminism, but each, in her own way, inspires, challenges, provokes, confronts.

  • Brown Dress
  • Chicago Dyke
  • Crone Wolf Singing
  • Divine Purpose
  • Feminism Online
  • Feminists Don’t Bake Bread
  • Frida’s Notebook
  • Gypsy Girls’ Guide
  • Jaded Thea
  • Laban! Fight for Comfort Women! (M. Evelina Galang)
  • Lingual Tremors
  • Margaret’s Wanderings
  • Orangette
  • MaRveLouS MadNeSs
  • Newt in a Teacup
  • Packaging Girlhood
  • Unapologetically Female
  • Worsted Witch
  • Mystery of Iniquity
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    10 thoughts on “Welcome to the Blogroll

    1. Thanks for highlighting Crone Wolf Singing. I was so saddened when I first discovered her and saw that after seven months of blogging I was the very first person (at least according to Technorati) to link to her.

      Posted by Faith | April 10, 2007, 7:35 pm
    2. Ooh! I’m very honoured- thankyou! And this is a brilliant reading list too- am going to be checking out each one of those.

      Posted by tcupnewt | April 10, 2007, 10:19 pm
    3. Hey, tcupnewt, thank you. 🙂 Faith, I think I found Crone Wolf Singing on your site, matter of fact! I couldn’t remember where I found her, or I’d have mentioned it, so I’m glad you did. On the day I found her, this was what I read and it SO hit the spot and spoke to me:

      Monday, March 19, 2007


      Woman’s quest for liberation will eventually lead her to confront all the overt and covert ways she is dominated. By her family, culture, and spiritual systems.

      Women are awakening to the oppression of women when they are willing to address the global genocide of women’s spirit. Women willing to come out of denial and confront women’s suffering (rape both in the home and on the streets, trafficking of women and children, wife beating and domination by the husband, killing of girl babies, and all the more subtle ways in which social, religious and economic violence is perpetrated against ‘woman’) will be able to reclaim their primordial feminine soul. Because most men of power and influence are unwilling to address these issues it is up to us to begin to take action within the world.

      The first step is for each woman to awaken within herself and do what it takes within her interior landscape to reclaim and rebirth her wise soul primordial feminine so she will have the strength, courage, discernment and confidence to know how to
      proceed in ‘Right Relationship’ ways.

      There continues to be subtle and not so subtle attempts to silence the prophetic voices of women. The women who are primordial seers and birth mothers of the original feminine alchemy of life continue to be minimized, marginalized and ignored. Not only by the patriarchal systems but worst of all other women.



      Posted by womensspace | April 10, 2007, 10:45 pm
    4. well, shit. thanks so much for the linkage. you know i love you grrls here. come by and smack around some of our less patriarchy-hating boys when you’ve some free time.

      i so love your show, heart. come to chicago in august, so we can meet and talk with like minds in the flesh. you have such valuable experience.

      Posted by chicago dyke | April 11, 2007, 2:39 am
    5. I’m honored too.
      Thanks, heart.

      Posted by Margaret | April 11, 2007, 3:22 am
    6. You are welcome, Chicago dyke, and I’m betting some may take you up on addressing the boys on your site. I noticed you have your hands full over there. 🙂

      Thanks for the compliments on my interview! It wasn’t my show, though, I was just a guest. But I will probably be on again. I just might come through Chicago in August — I was through there last year on my way to Michfest. Dang, the road construction was a mess– is that any better? We had to take all sorts of tortuous detours. But we didn’t care, we were on our way to the festival. 🙂

      Thanks again!


      Posted by Heart | April 11, 2007, 3:47 am
    7. Me? I’m all baby-feminist though!

      Thank you. I am actually blushing.

      Posted by Anna | April 11, 2007, 2:06 pm
    8. Hey, Margaret and Anna! No such thing as a baby feminist. What’s that quote? Scratch any woman deep enough, you find a feminist. Our lives teach us, you know? All women are feminists, I think–they just don’t all know it yet.

      Anyway, welcome!


      Posted by womensspace | April 11, 2007, 4:31 pm
    9. I’m thrilled and honored! xxox

      Posted by Alex | April 12, 2007, 5:05 am
    10. Hey, Alex, glad to have you and love reading all your musings and ponderings and inspiring thoughts. 🙂


      Posted by womensspace | April 12, 2007, 3:10 pm

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