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Where I go to when I go to the Internet
If you’re a human, recommend me something in comments! No one offered me anything to be listed, I just think they’re rad.
Shout-out to my bookmarks list
- Free Rice — Play online, learn online, feed the hungry. For every answer you get right, 10 grains of rice get donated through the UN World Food Programme
- Jezebel —Without Airbrushing
- Quranalyze It — A rational outlook on Islam, devoid of dogma
- Finally, A Feminism 101 — Targeted particularly towards answering typically disruptive questions that recur on feminist comment threads
- The Rumpus — Essays, reviews, interviews, advice, music, film and poetry, along with some kick-ass comics.
- Inspired By Muhammad — A campaign to improve public understanding of Islam and Muslims, showcases Brits demonstrating how Muhammad inspires them to contribute to society, with a focus on women’s rights, social justice and the environment.
- Autostraddle — News, Entertainment, Opinion, Community and Girl-on-Girl Culture
- Decolonizing Yoga — Where spirituality meets social justice (Dizzy: I like how this site presents more diversity to yoga besides the skinny white women norm)
- Bitch Flicks — Devoted to reviewing films and television through a feminist lens
- Crash Course: World History — John Green teaches you the history of the world in 42 episodes
- IFLScience — or, I fucking love science
- Sex+ — a frank video series about sexuality with Laci Green
- Sci Show — Discusses science news and history and concepts with equal parts skepticism and enthusiasm
- New York Times’ Modern Love columns
- Rookie Mag — A website for teenage girls, with cool people cameos in Ask A Grown Man / Woman
- Bitch Magazine — Providing and encouraging an engaged, thoughtful feminist response to mainstream media and popular culture
- Coursera — Courses from great universities, for free
- Everyday Sexism — Experiences of sexism, harassment & assault shared for awareness and solidarity.
- Everyday Feminism — Applying feminism to your life through an online magazine, forum, and online courses.
- Scarleteen — Sex ed for the real world. Inclusive, comprehensive, & smart sexuality info & help
- LearnLangs.com — Polyglot Judith Meyer shares how she learned 8+ languages
- The Ultimate EBook Liberary (TUEBL)
- Getty Publications Virtual Library
- Life Of A Muslim Feminist
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Choice Tumblrs I Follow
- Straight White Boys Texting — They should be stopped
- Lot 1699 — 2 People, A House, Port Dickson
- Help Us Great Warrior! — A comic about a very powerful and Great Warrior who lives in a village with the villagers she protects. Not everyone is smart but everyone tries to be brave.
- Side Entrance — Photos from mosques around the world, showcasing women’s sacred spaces, in relation to men’s spaces. We show the beautiful, the adequate and the pathetic.
- Superhanallah — An American Muslim webcomic
- Project Unbreakable — Over 3000+ of sexual assault survivors holding posters with quotes from their attackers
- Who Needs Feminism? — Challenging existing stereotypes and decreasing negative associations with the word ‘feminist’ and ‘feminism’
- Ca$hcats.biz — Cats. And Money.
Malaysia / Southeast Asia
- Malaysia Design Archive — Malaysia Design Archive is a space to trace and document Malaysian design legacy, to preserve our historical past, as well as to create a resource of Malaysian design work
- The Nut Graph — An independent Malaysian news site, aims to provide space for columnists and reader comments from as broad a political spectrum, and from as many sectors of interest as possible.
- BFM89.9 — Malaysia’s only talk radio station. And they podcast everything (Yay!)
- The Wknd — Well-shot, well-recorded indie music from Malaysia & Southeast Asia
- PopDevRightsMalaysia — An initiative of members of civil society and individuals working on sexual reproductive health and rights using the international conference of population and development framework (ICPD)
- That Effing Show — Hilarious local social satire web series
- The Ricecooker Shop — Promoting and documenting DIY + indie culture, especially its creative, critical and political expression and the people behind it, especially in Southeast Asia
- Christy Ng Shoes — Amazing local shoemaker with huge global database. Does customs. You can design your own.
- ISSUE Magazine — Now defunct, but good reading / art / recordings remain
- Sisters In Islam — Promoting an understanding of Islam that recognises the principles of justice, equality, freedom, and dignity within a democratic nation state
- I Am You — A five-part video series of local trans people sharing their personal stories, hoping for support and awareness
- The Irrawady — Covering Burma and Southeast Asia
Bless them, they still blog
- Walk Hey — Tiny adventures in a tiny kitchen
- Juria Toramae — A visual artist, writer and engineer based in Singapore. Having had an itinerant childhood, she is interested in themes relating to identity, memory and place
- Nine — Interested in queer & trans issues, sex work & harm reduction, (anti-)Orientalism & Islamophobia, dabbling in language learning, small fat animals, and just about every place on this planet
- Sharon Chin — It’s hard for me to think of a more accessible Malaysian artist whose work I love
- The Fatal Feminist — Islam. Feminism. Mermaids.
- Change From Within — Jamie Utt is a diversity and inclusion consultant who also educates on sexual violence prevention
- Doughnuts & Dilemmas — Yukta is a poet I met in Kathmandu
- The Wandering Musulman — A photographer interested in Islamic legacy in the western hemisphere
- Ms Muslamic — Islamic Feminism, Postcolonialism, Pop Culture, Ray Guns and Creeping Sharia
- Days Like Crazy Paving — Jaythenerdkid. 24 year-old lawful evil social justice crusader and queer muslim feminist.
- Book Depository — Millions of books with free shipping
- Guide To Gender — A book about gender with no mention of the word “hegemony,” but plenty of references to Star Wars, The Matrix, Lord of the Rings, and Star Trek– with less of a focus on overwhelming scholarship and more of a focus on enjoyable learning.
- Tom Bihn — I love their bags and their process in making them
- 9 Rooms Nepal — For long stays in Kathmandu and to get out of touristy Thamel, this cosy house is perfect
- Tiny Tapir — a local environmentally friendly shopping site
- Dear Kates — Really good underwear
- Who Gives A Crap — Sells toilet paper. 50% of profits go to WaterAid.org
Not sure how to sort