EDITOR'S NOTES - SOME OF THE COOLEST QUEER & FEMINIST INITIATIVES ON THE INTERNET

by Marina Lourenço-Yılmaz*

I love the Internet, and I love all the amazing queer and feminist initiatives out there. Here are some of my favourites (some are in Portuguese or Spanish, sorry!), check it out! Click on the names to be redirected to their respective pages.

1. Bicth Media



2. Queering Style

 

 3. Feminist Sticker Club




4. Adios Barbie




5. A Girl's Guide to Take Over the World





6. Mãe Solo






7. Everyday Feminism





8. STOP Gordofobia





9. Think Olga




Marina Lourenço-Yılmaz is the founder and editor-in-chief of Human Rights & Democracy blog.





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