Persephone Magazine’s Top 12 Op-Ed Posts of 2011

Back again with what might be my favorite top list of the week, the top Op-Ed posts from 2011. When we started the Persephone Adventure®, we wanted to create a space where a diverse group of women could come together to share what they know, in a community where both commonalities and differences are embraced. The pieces in the list after the cut make me especially proud to be the chief unicorn on this ride. 

P-Mag’s Top 13 Op-Ed Posts of 2011 (in no particular order)

12. Let’s Talk Brogressives | coco papy

11. Actually, Arab | Olivia Marudan

10. Victory for Civil Rights Advocates in New York | BaseballChica03

9. Why I’m Giving Roseanne Barr the Side-Eye | miz jenkins

8. Because A White Guy Said ItOlivia Marudan

7. Micro-agreessions, Cat-calling, and Triggers, Oh My! A Record of Harassment | Anonymous Writer

6. Racial PTSD and Paranoia | 14KGold

5. I am NOT Overpaid | Mona Se Queda

4. White Guy in Amina’s Coatcoco papy

3. We R Who We R? | rosasparks

2. Another View of Abelism | S.E. Smith

1. The Price of College Athletics | nom-chompsky

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Selena MacIntosh is the owner and editor of Persephone Magazine. She also fixes it when it breaks. She is fueled by Diet Coke, coffee with a lot of cream in it, and cat hair.

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