Weekly round-up and open thread (21-27 December)
Jess McCabe // 27 December 2010
It’s our weekly open thread and round-up of all the things that fell through the blogging net. Please do add your own links or chat away in comments.
Standard disclaimer: linking to something is not an enduring seal of approval from The F-Word, links are included because one of the collective members thought it was interesting and added it to the list.
Also, I’ve not read through all these stories, some may be triggering for some readers. Use caution.
A feminist tribute to Daft Punk (Feministified)
Julie Ruin is back (Don’t Dance Her Down Boys)
UK Feminista is hiring
The only winning move is not to play (Gemini: The Webcomic about Living Plural)
Young feminists to older feminists: if you can’t find us, it’s because we’re online (Sady Doyle – response to above article)
The year in feminist rage (BitchBuzz)
Five years of civil partnerships (Pink News)
Judge James Pickles dies, aged 85 (Guardian)
‘Porn Block’ – a realistic proposal from the UK government? (Dr Petra Boynton)
Feminist Spock (Twitter)
28 die in factory fire making clothes for the Gap (Change.org)
P/S I’m sofa-bound with flu right now, so it may take longer than usual to moderate comments.