Each student will contribute to the weekly class blog, posting an approximately 400-600 word response to the week’s readings.

There are a number of ways to approach these open-ended posts: consider the reading in relation to its historical or theoretical context; write about an aspect of the day’s reading that you don’t understand, or something that jars you; formulate an insightful question or two about the reading and then attempt to answer your own questions; or respond to another student’s post, building upon it, disagreeing with it, or re-thinking it. In any case, strive for thoughtfulness and nuance, and be sure to incorporate at least 3 readings from the unit as well as visual enhancements.

For examples on blog posts, see below. You can also see this excellent guide on how to write good blog posts. Additionally, see the rubric for blog posts.

Post your blog post on WordPress with the category “Blog Post and Participation” Turn in a link to your post on Canvas in order to receive credit.

Blog Examples:

Adios Barbie

Androgyneity

Are Women Human? 

Autostraddle

Bitch Media

Black Girl Dangerous

Blog for Choice

Brown Girl Magazine

Bustle 

Chicks Rock!

Crunk Feminist Collective

Daddy Doin’ Work 

Dances with Fat

Everyday Feminism

Fannie’s Room

Female Impersonator

Feminist Frequency

Feminist Gal

Feminist Reflections

Feminist Wire

Feministe 

Feministing

Feminspire 

Finally Feminism 101

Geek Feminism

Girl with Pen

Girls Globe

Good Men Project 

Grateful Granny

Green Sexuality

Grumpy Granny

Homo Normo

Jezebel 

Kinsey Confidential 

Ms.Magazine blog 

My Husband Betty

Nobody Passes

Our Bodies Ourselves

Pretty Queer

QueerBlackFeminist

Racialicious 

Radically Queer

Role/Reboot 

Sexuality and Society

Shakesville 

She Rights

Sociological Images

Sociology Lens

The Bilerico Project 

The Hairpin 

The XX Factor 

Tiger Beatdown 

TransAdvocate

Transgriot

Tressie MC

VT Interloper

Weird Sister

Womanist Musings

XO Jane 

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