I am chuffed to announce that the Second Edition of the Down Under Feminists Carnival is now up at In A Strange Land! Lots of weekend reading for you there: check it out. And please post a pointer to it… Read More ›
Blog carnivals: linkfests of writing according to a theme
Are you a feminist blogger Down Under? Only three days to go!
If you’ve written anything feminist in June, and you’re in Australia or New Zealand, you have three days left to submit your blog post to the next Down Under Feminists Carnival. It’s being hosted at In A Strange Land. Please… Read More ›
The Inaugural Down Under Feminists Carnival
Hoyden About Town is proud to present the first edition of the Down Under Feminists Carnival! I hope you enjoy this spectacular buffet of feminist writing. The Down Under Feminists Carnival is open to feminist submissions from any blog based… Read More ›
Announcing: the Down Under Feminists Carnival! Submit now.
OK, I’ve bitten the bullet. Crunch. Announcing: the Down Under Feminists Carnival! This carnival, with submissions hosted at blogcarnival.com, is open to all feminist bloggers in Australia and New Zealand. Showcase your own posts or those of others. HOW? Submit… Read More ›
Femmostroppo Awards for 2007: A Retrospective
Hoyden About Town is pleased to present: The FemmobolshoStroppo Awards: A 2007 Retrospective! You can see the nomination thread here. Bear in mind that this wasn’t a democratic vote. Our idiosyncratic nomination and selection process has resulted in a list… Read More ›
Scientiae carnival blogiversary
Scientiae, the carnival of women in science, engineering and maths just celebrated its first birthday at skookumchick’s place! Hip hip, hooray (and many more…)!
The lad is home today, supporting the teacher’s strike, and it’s about a zillion degrees outside. So we’ve settled in for a Scooby Doo marathon. Yoinks! Must make popcorn. Meanwhile, Deborah from In A Strange Land has the 54th Carnival… Read More ›
moar funny pictures The 84th Carnival of the Godless is up (has been up for over a week, actually) at Mind on Fire.
Amnesty campaigning on sexual abuse and victim-blaming
Amnesty International Australia has begun to campaign for a national plan of action on sexual abuse, with indigenous representation: We are outraged at the failure of the Australian legal system to ensure justice and adequate protection for a girl gang… Read More ›
Carnival Against Sexual Violence #37
has just been published at Abyss2Hope. There’s a link there to Lauredhel’s post “Naughty little girl”, explains rape apologist Crown Prosecutor in gang rape of ten year old girl , amongst other discussions of the recent furore over the sentencing… Read More ›