Everyday Feminism: Everyday Feminism is an online magazine which also offers a range of online courses to help you go deeper into applying feminism to your everyday life. Feminism meets self-help! Learn how to heal from and stand up to everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization.
Feministing: Feministing is an online community for feminists and their allies. The community aspect of Feministing – community blog, campus blog, comment threads, and related social networking sites – exist to better connect feminists online and off, and to encourage activism.
Guerrilla Feminism: An intersectional feminist collective with the mission to create a dialogue between various communities about women’s and gender issues. Guerrilla Feminism is committed to creating a safe space for feminists to interact and spark transformation in their own communities.
Jezebel: Jezebel is a blog for women that will attempt to take all the essentially meaningless but sweet stuff directed our way and give it a little more meaning, while taking more the serious stuff and making it more fun, or more personal, or at the very least the subject of our highly sophisticated brand of sex joke. Basically, we wanted to make the sort of women’s magazine we’d want to read, a magazine that would never actually see glossy paper because big-name advertisers and the publishers who kowtow to them don’t much like it when you point out the vulgarity of a $2000 handbag.”
The Representation Project: The Representation Project is a movement that uses film and media content to expose injustices created by gender stereotypes and to shift people’s consciousness towards change. Interactive campaigns, strategic partnerships and education initiatives inspire individuals and communities to challenge the status quo and ultimately transform culture so everyone, regardless of gender, race, class, age, sexual orientation or circumstance can fulfill their potential.
Black Girl Dangerous: Black Girl Dangerous is the brainchild of writer Mia McKenzie. What started out as a scream of anguish has evolved into a multi-faceted forum for expression. Black Girl Dangerous seeks to, in as many ways possible, amplify the voices, experiences and expressions of queer and trans* people of color. “Black Girl Dangerous is a place where we can make our voices heard on the issues that interest us and affect us, where we can showcase our literary and artistic talents, where we can cry it out, and where we can explore and express our “dangerous” sides: our biggest, boldest, craziest, weirdest, wildest selves.”
A Girl’s Guide to Taking Over the World: The name speaks for itself! Inspiring women, projects, quotes, book guides – you name it, it’s here. “So many different types of women come through the centre, and yet there’s always something to talk about and something to connect over.”