Persephone Magazine’s Top 13 Perspectives Posts of 2011

Bloggers don’t do end-of-year lists solely because of roast beast hangover inspired laziness. We do them because they’re fun. Digging through a year’s worth of our archives has been one treat after another. I hope you’ll get just as much enjoyment from reading this list of what I think are our top Perspectives essays from 2011 as I did from creating it.

P-mags Top 13 Perspectives Essays

(In no particular order)

13. Irony: You’re Using it Wrong | Sally Lawton

12. Awkwardette’s Ill-Advised Guide to Getting It On: Intuitive Sexing | Awkwardette

11. “Politically Correct”: I Do Not Think That Means What You Think It Means | pile of monkeys

10. Fucking Perfect: On Loving and Being Helpless | gwenbear

9. When Abortion was Illegal | coco papy

8. (Straight) Girls’ Night Out: Biphobia in Sex and the City | Gobiasomecoffee

7. Surviving Stillbirth: Living with “Nevers” | Elisabeth

6. Dry Wit: Come On Get Hard-Assed | Meghan Young Krogh

5. A Womb of One’s Own: Pregnant and Pro-Choice | Ipomoea

4. My Son Came Out to Me. Now What? | Anonymous Writer

3. Christian Feminism | fifthpevensie

2. On Childhood Heroes, And Why Dolly Parton Remains | tart

1. An Unexpected Education | Olivia Marudan

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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