Here is a list of feminist blogs that I read regularly, some international, some Australian, one from NZ, one from the UK and some who are more USA focused.
This is a blog written by disabled feminists (Feminists With Disabilities), and has writers based in the USA, Canada and Australia. They do a fantastic job of looking at feminist theory and their application and intersection with disability theories, as well as posts on ablest words, treatment of disabled individuals, media coverage, and education. From their blog:
FWD/Forward is a group blog written by feminists with disabilities. It is a place to discuss disability issues and the intersection between feminism and disability rights activism. The content here ranges from basic information which is designed to introduce people who are new to disability issues or feminism to some core concepts, to more advanced topics, with the goal of promoting discussion, conversation, fellowship, and education.
It is a fascinating blog with amazing writers. I highly recommend it, particularly if you are interested in disability activism and theory as well as feminism.
A friend of my sister writes and possibly founded this blog. Its a blog for female geeks and looks at sexism in the Open Source community, gaming and more. Since I am a geek, and move with people in the Open Source community, gaming and other geeky pursuits, I find this blog fascinating in relation to what is going on, how issues are being dealt with and the really great posts that are written by the regular and guest contributors.
I first found this blog when I went looking for Australian feminist blogs. Its a great blog that covers Australian issues, media reports on feminism, disability issues and has a great link list each week. There are fantastic articles posted here regularly and I love the way the contributors both write.
A blog written by a Kiwi who is now living in Australia. She writes about Australian and New Zealand feminism issues as well as other NZ political and racial issues as fit. I love the semi-regular excerpts from feminism theory and the quote on her page:
If all men are born free, how is it that all Women are born slaves? as they must be if the being subject to the inconstant, uncertain, unknown, arbitrary Will of Men, be the perfect Condition of Slavery? and if the Essence of Freedom consists, as our Masters say it does, in having a standing Rule to live by?
Mary Astell, Some Reflections on Marriage, 1700
The Harpys blog about feminism in the US context, which often has similar but not quite the same issues as found in Australia. Their posts are often entertaining, amusing and are certainly well thought out and reasoned. They blog on feminism, race and Being A Bitch.
The blog of meloukhia, aka s.e smith, who was recently described as a new wave feminist due to the way ou writes, deconstructs arguments and theories carefully and for ou’s general awesomeness. She writes about media, disability, feminism, language use, queerdom and stories that take ou’s fancy. I tend not to read ou’s deconstruction of TV shows since I don’t watch the same ones ou does. And ou is apparently an old English gender neutral pronoun that s.e smith prefers, hence the use of it here.
A feminist, labour unionist and activist blogger from the UK. Recently she’s been doing a great job at looking at the evident sexism in the media around the UK elections. She posts about labour activism and feminism, sometimes how they intersect and sometimes just on each one.
A blog that covers really interesting things about intersectionality, race issues, feminism and disability, and is Australian. The author is an amazing writer and I love reading her stuff. She has a good introductory post to her writing here.