One week ago, I blogged a piece about the necessity of feminism, a reasonable percentage of which was given over to a selection of pertinent links I’ve been filing away since April. Since then, it’s struck me that I’d like to make such posts a weekly endeavour, so that instead of just dropping pieces into a folder and potentially forgetting about them, I can actually group them together. As the vast majority of my bookmarks get dropped into either of two main folders – Feminism, Motherhood, Sexism and Sexuality and SFF, YA and Literary Culture – it only seems fitting to present those links here in two comparable categories: General and SFF, though doubtless there’ll be multiple points of crossover.

Here, then, is the first installment of Weekly Feminist Linkspam.

General

SFF

You guys, that is literally how many links I’ve spotted since the start of September. ONE WEEK. Admittedly, a few of the SFF ones were written a while ago, but all of those are tied in to more recent pieces. Thats *counts* THIRTY-FIVE LINKS. In a WEEK.

Maybe it’s just been a really exceptional seven days for lady-matters, but somehow? I don’t think so.

*headdesk*

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  1. ssmackley says:

    Somehow, I don’t think so either. What does SFF mean?

  2. Mel says:

    Did you catch Karl Lagerfeld’s comments earlier this week? When asked about (the odious) Dominique Strauss-Kahn he said “I love DSK. I love his wife. They are great people and when they came back to Paris I sent them flowers. He is really charming. He’s fun, he’s great. He’s a sweet guy—as long as you’re not a woman.”

    Thanks Karl. Thanks a whole lot.

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