Down Under Feminists’ Carnival

Written By: - Date published: 10:42 am, June 6th, 2008 - 5 comments
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Hoyden About Town have just written to let us know that they’re hosting the first edition of the Down Under Feminists Carnival. They’re calling it a “spectacular buffet of feminist writing” and we’re sure it will be.

The Down Under Feminists’ Carnival is open to feminist submissions from any blog based in Australia or New Zealand. You can submit your own posts or those of others, and you can submit as many posts as you like.

Get to it!

5 comments on “Down Under Feminists’ Carnival”

  1. Phil 1

    The immature side of my sense of humour must be in overdrive, but…

    “Down Under Feminists” and “open to feminist submissions” are deliciously Freudian!

  2. roger nome 2

    oh dear. Someone pass that man a chair and a corner to salivate in 🙂

  3. Lew 3

    Sign on wall: `No salivating on the feminist buffet.’


  4. Julie 4

    Sigh. And some people wonder why feminism is still necessary?

    Thanks for promoting this a_y_b.

  5. Ari 5

    Phil, stupid jokes like that perpetuate the myth that feminists don’t have a sense of humour. 😛 Sex jokes are for flirting, not for serious issues. 😉

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