I'm incredibly behind on my Google Reader, but I'm so glad I was able to sneak a peak at some of these posts because the blogosphere is blazing:

Today's the anniversary of 9/11, and it's mostly business as usual here in NY. I've seen a few posts around about it, but my favorite is the one by QuakerDave. It's a wonderful piece about how we remember 9/11, and its true meaning as a day of mourning, and not cause for celebration.

Habladora has a post up about what it means to be pro-woman. I haven't commented yet because it really has got me thinking, and I want to have a clear head before I dive in. But, please do check it out and chime in.

There's also a post at Salon about zombie feminists and what the Republicans are doing to feminism. I keep saying that the Republicans are taking feminism hostage, and apparently others are feeling this way too.

Renee has had some awesome posts lately (love them!), but this one about allies and privilege is one of my favorites. Another reminder that we must examine ourselves before criticizing, pairing up with, or advocating for others.

Last, but certainly not least, Brownfemipower (blogging over at elle, phd) has an incredible piece up about why she blogs. Please read it!

Happy reading!

2 comments:

At Thu Sep 11, 10:46:00 AM Habladora said...

Hey, thanks for the link - I can't wait to hear your opinion. Oh, and thanks for all the other good reading, I'm particularly excited to read Renee's latest post on allies - always a complicated subject.

 
At Thu Sep 11, 02:38:00 PM quakerdave said...

Thanks for the link.

 

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