What if the Visibility of my Body Silence my Voice?

[cincopa AsDAX8aX-Wxr] Emailed to me by Briana Smith during my talk for the Scripps’ College Humanities’ Lecture seminar.  
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Feminism Is…

This video was emailed to me by Kylie VanBuren after my talk at Colby.  
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Freedom to All Women

This image was taken at the “million women rise” march in London earlier this year. A group of volunteers from a women’s refuge made these beautiful tops especially. Emailed to me by... 

A Large Corporate Company 2/3

(shot after my talk at Smith on a flip cam)  
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For Capes Only

For Capes Only Video This movie was emailed to me by Rachel Tavernor and Elizabeth Reed after my talk at University of Sussex, England. They were answering the Queer and Feminist Social Media Workshop’s... 

More on kittens… by Stickerkitty

More on kittens  
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Voice/Body 2

  A video made during my talk at Occidental College  
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Open Access

This photo was sent to my by Mhwhite after my talk at Colby.  
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fem kitty 2

The lint to his YouTube video was emailed to me by Travis Geiger during my talk at UCLA’s Grad Colloquium on Cinema and Media Studies.  
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Inherently Gendered?

Photo sent to me by Demetra Hufnagel during my talk at Yale.  
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Some Bodies

                          Emailed to me by Candida Jaquez my class at the Scripps College Humanities Institute.  
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Too Many Things

This screen shot was emailed to me by Miriam Posner during my talk at UCLA’s Graduate Colloquium in Cinema and Media Studies.  
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Great Conflict 3/3

(shot on a flip cam after my talk at Smith)  
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Radical digital analog

This drawing was sent to me by Sally Jane Norman after my talk at University of Sussex answering the Queer and Feminist Social Media Workshop’s Question: How can we understand the interconnections... 
Feminist Online Spaces is a project aimed at researching, teaching, talking about and otherwise building-towards online spaces that are defined by feminist and other progressive principles of community, visibility, discourse, and politics. It houses various media conversations and objects about bringing the norms, ideas, structures, legacies, and practices of offline feminist space to the Internet.

Your media and conversation will create both the content and ideas about structure and norms for the site. Your participation is of particular relevance in line with these two founding goals:

  • to move Internet practices from COMMENTING to CONNECTION
  • to move Internet practices from RECEPTION or USE to PRODUCTION or COLLABORATION

You need to register to participate, and once you do, feel free to join the conversation by blogging, answering or asking questions, adding links, making suggestions about design and procedure, or adding objects to our gallery.

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