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Persephone Magazine’s 10 Most Visited Posts of 2011

2011 was our first full year as a ladyblog, and our team of superhero(ine) writers were on fire. Thumbing through our list of posts to find the most viewed posts (as well as other categories I’ll cover later this week), I was reminded of how incredible our writing team is, and how each new addition added something special and necessary to Persephone as a whole.  We may still be one of the best-kept secrets on the Internet, (damnit), but we’re starting to build a little steam. 

The most viewed posts of 2011:

10. Inexplicable Events: Q-Tips, Spoons and Lizards | Sara B. (author page)

9. Marilyn Was a Feminist: Why It’s Not OK to Hate on Other Women | STFU Conservatives (author page)

8. The Principles of Creepiness | Buster Blonde (author page)

7. Feminism and Facebook: Let the Sandwich Thing Die | pile of monkeys (author page)

6. Listening While Feminist: In Defense of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” | Slay Belle (author page)

5. Don’t Be So Sensitive: Derailing Important Conversations | Ailanthus-altissima (author page)

4. Wherefore Art Thou, Jonathan Taylor Thomas? | Meghan Williams (author page)

3. Walk for Choice: Our Favorite Rally Signs | pile of monkeys (author page)

2. The Lazy Lady’s Guide to DIY: Hanging Herb Garden | Bobella (author page)

1. Don’t EVEN Get Me Started, Mythical Bootstraps College Student | Buster Blonde (author page)

By [E] Selena MacIntosh*

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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