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Friday femmes fatales No 12

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Where are all the female bloggers? Here, in my weekly top ten.

Vegans and sadomasochism: Amy ponders whether the two go together, in a post appropriately titled “Answers To Questions You Didn’t Know You Had” .

Now I’ve got your attention ….

Jane Hamsher on Firedoglake starts with car-sick dogs and ends with human health care – stay with her. Continuing the animal theme, Sum Summ Summer has been attacked by “big black scary birds of DEATH”, otherwise known as crows.

On the nice work if you can get it front, Creating text(tiles) is working in the college libraries of Cambridge, while Music and cats is written by an architect whose just been to a work conference that left her wondering where all of her female compatriots are.

Crazy Biker Chick is enjoying the wind in her hair, in the midst of some curious models of bicycle, while The Improvisatrice is enjoying the Frieda Kahlo exhibition, among other delights of old London town.

On the personal side, I’m the Mommy is temporarily child-free, which has allowed her to dig into her past, while Mad Musings of Me finds getting into her “to read” pile is an expensive business.

On a lighter note, Elikia’s collected her recent life in quotes – don’t miss the “bladder problems” one – definitely does the job it sets out to do.

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Here’s No 11 if you missed it.

Please, if you’re impressed by something by a female blogger in the next week – particularly by someone who doesn’t yet get a lot of traffic – tell me about it, in the comments here, or by email.

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About Natalie Bennett

Natalie blogs at Philobiblon, on books, history and all things feminist. In her public life she's the leader of the Green Party of England and Wales.
  • http://blogcritics.org/author.php?author=Cerulean Cerulean

    I’ll check them out.