I am currently looking for two new bloggers to join the team as a regular contributors. This is currently not a paid position, and the bloggers must be willing to write one post weekly or bi-weekly. I am specifically looking for someone who is Latin@ or First Nations. I have gone through the archives, and found that there is a distinct lack of posts that focus on the issues these women face. In the interest of making sure that all marginalized women are represented in this space, this erasure simply cannot continue. If you fit the bill and would like to join the team, please e-mail me two samples of your work, along with a short note, as to why social justice is important to you to womanistmusings (at) gmail (dot) com. As usual, those who wish to contribute to the open guest posting policy, can use the aforementioned e-mail address to send in their piece. Please include a three line bio and an image that represents you.
As usual, below you will find a list of posts that I found interesting this week. Please show these bloggers some love and check them out. When you are done, don't forget to drop it like it's hot and leave you link behind in the comment section.
Misogynist at the University of Waterloo hates scientist Marie Curie and Women
Islamic children's books
Poor, Unfortunate Souls ... 42% Percent of Millionaires Surveyed Do Not Feel "Wealthy"
On Shaking it Off and Moving Forward
A Little Kyriarchy Primer
Why We Don't Need the Ten Commandments
Covering Up is a Feminist Issue
We need to dismantle the myth of 'Western Feminism'
What if instead of trying to jump on the Twilight bandwagon, Little Red Riding Hood, opted for a feminist re-visioning of the tale?
The Japan Crises, Racism and Social Networking: Two Sites take on Racist Pigs
(why) do Asians have a target on their backs?
Is Sarah Palin Becoming the new Al Sharpton?
From Haiti to Japan: Is Looting Economic or Cultural?
Words that are transphobic and why
What is a 'feminist character'?
On Women We're Supposed to Hate
Happy 99th Birthday Bayard Rustin
Homosexuality in the Black Community