We have open discussions of gender inequality and what to do about it for Feminist Friday as often as we’re able. This is something that started as a conversation between three bloggers in December, 2013, and turned into a project in late March.
Here’s how it works. Someone writes a post to start the discussion, and we discuss it. When we miss a week, I figure out how to start it rolling again. As of June 3, we’ve had discussions hosted on 5 different blogs, and some of the comment threads are impressive. This is a chronological list of the discussion posts we’ve published so far.
These links is just to get the page started. Eventually, I’ll add other links. These posts have referenced tons of other blogs, and this discussion has inspired quite a few other bloggers to post about gender inequality. It will all be collected here one day.
All these posts are written by me and published at Sourcerer unless otherwise noted. Author links go to Twitter accounts.
March 28 – What’s the most pressing issue for women?
April 04 – What do we do about rape and rape culture?
April 11 – We keep bringing up education as a solution. How do we categorize and prioritize the various forms of education?
April 25 – How has social media affected female body image perceptions? And other questions by Gretchen of Drifting Through My Open Mind.
May 02 – #BringBackOurGirls. This one didn’t generate a discussion, but there wasn’t much to say about it. It needed to be written, and the project survived.
May 9 – Off week.
Gene’O’s and Diana’s posts from this point forward are all posted at Part Time Monster.
June 6 – Early Childhood Learning is about Parents (Gene’O)
June 13 – Semi-Open Thread: What’s Our Next Step? (Gene’O)
June 20 – The Label Revisited
June 27 – In case you wonder why #yesallwomen and feminist friday are still needed . . . (Natacha)
July 4 – Off week.
July 18 – Early Childhood and Culture