feimineach (which is irish for feminist, by the way) is mostly about the quick hits. there will also be the occasional thinky blog and weekly feminist roundups.
i’m blogging in a personal capacity and the reposting etc. of other material does not necessarily indicate endorsement or agreement.
here’s my twitter.
I have nominated your blog for the Blog Of The Year 2013 Award.
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Hi feimineach, congratulations!
I have nominated your blog for the Best Moment Award.
Hi Grainne – I’ve subscribed to be educated!
Oh no! I’m not sure I’m up to that!
Hi Grainne, thanks for vising Scholarly Women and for commenting.
You’re welcome. I have “RSSed” you!
Hi, thanks for subscibing to my blog! Welcome, and all the best for you and your blog
Thank you! And likewise.
I have nominated you for a Thought Provoking Blog Award. If you wish to accept it, visit my site for details: http://tomsimpsononline.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/thought-provoking-blog-award/
Congratulations! — Tom
Oh wow! Thank you. I shall visit the link later.
I just formatted a new WP site called A Voice For Hope (avoiceforhope.wordpress.com) and I would love permission to reprint some of your posts. I am specifically aiming to share inspiring true stories of abuse victims that are thriving. Your blog is wonderful!
Please, by all means, repost my entries as you see fit. And thank you for your interest.
Fascinating blog – v glad pingback led me to it!
Thank you! I’m really glad you visited.
I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Click on this link to see the rules http://mystudentstruggles.wordpress.com/2012/08/06/the-very-inspiring-blogger-award/
Oh, thank you! I popped over to the link yesterday but I didn’t have time to check it out properly. I shall do so soon.
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