There’s been some great stuff in Ladyblogland lately. A quick roundup:
Happy Monday, friends! I’m tickled to announce a new partnership with the equally bookish and clever dames over at Ravishly, including P-Mag alum Jetta Rae.
I didn’t read much last week because I was moving, but I managed to squeeze in a few of these gems from the ladyblogosphere. What did you read?
Shocking revelations in today’s dispatches! Read on and have your mind blown.
Are you ready to work out your gray matter? Today’s logic problem has fewer variables, but it’s no less of a noodle bender than previous weeks. Mwahahaha.
If you’ve been putting in overtime at work like I have and just haven’t been able to pay attention to what’s going on in our little corner of the Internet, here’s what you might want to read:
On Monday, n+1 contributor Molly Fischer wrote an article, “On Ladyblogs,” in which she tried to further articulate her feelings about sites like Jezebel and The Hairpin. In the process, she displays a remarkable aptitude for sweeping generalizations, half-assed research, and reneging on a commitment because the self-imposed assignment no longer felt “relevant.”
Kids! Welcome back to Ladyblogs. So wonderful to be sharing some awesome blogs with all sixteen of you. I kid. I think. Nonetheless, we are highlighting a mixed bag, the running theme being simply brainy, enjoyable blogs worth your time and attention. Thoughtful or hilarious, these blogs are bound to delight in the best way […]
Kids! Welcome back to Ladyblogs You Should Be Reading, part of the ongoing series checking out some of the best and brightest on the web. This week, I’m letting my epicurean desires take over and presenting some of the best food porn out there.
Welcome back lovelies, to our ongoing series of Ladyblogs You Should Be Reading. This week, I wanted to highlight some style and fashion blogs that veer away from the status quo and do fashion on their own terms.
Ladyblogs and blogs with sections for ladies are writing about Yoplait, after the company pulled an ad after receiving several complaints from individuals with disordered eating. The ad mirrors behavior those with disordered eating work hard to overcome and echos many old tropes linking morality and eating.
Here it is! Your top 5 LadyBlog shitstorms of 2010. Did your favorite scandal and commenting brouhaha make the list? I will give you a spoiler alert right now, there were so many good ones to choose from that I didn’t even have to use the great Gawker hack, since it wasn’t site specific. That’s […]