a global feminist blog – Linked on our blogs with The Shame and Blame Game: fighting city street harassment.
Gender Across Borders (GAB) is an international feminist community where issues of gender, race, sexuality, and class are discussed and critically examined. We embrace people of all backgrounds to come together to voice and progress positive gender relations worldwide. (Mission).
Call for Writers: Are you interested in writing for a global feminist blog? Gender Across Borders (GAB) is always looking for writers to comment on gender, sexuality, race, and class issues at local, national, and/or international levels.
Previous blogging experience is not necessary. People of color and people from countries outside of the U.S. are strongly encouraged to apply. This is an unpaid opportunity. We do accept cross-postings with other blogs, but a link to our blog must be included in the article.
- These instructions are not for submissions to our series. For submitting a piece to one of our series, see here for more info.
- Feel free to re-publish this call for writers announcement in full elsewhere on the web to spread the word.
If you are looking for the call for artists, click here.
SUBMISSIONS – GAB only takes submissions or well-researched pitches, so please follow these instructions carefully: … (full text).
Links about Women Issues:
Feminist Peace Network – UrGently Fierce Feminism In Perilous Times;
Voix de Femmes – Voices of Women, Burkina Faso (dernière mise à jour: 21 avril 2002): Contact sur le site: Mariam Lamizana, or contact en cliquant sur l’oiseau du site. (Doit etre distingué / has to be distinguished with Voices of Women VOW, La Jolla, CA 92037, USA, showed here on this blog);
Female Genital Mutilation FGM Illegal In All Its Forms, on FGC Education and Networking Project, SOURCE: Health Canal, March 7, 2011;
Let Us Empower The Sabiny Girls To Fight FGM, on FGC Education and Networking Project, by Richard Musani/allAfrica, Jan. 10, 2011;
Switzerland Moves Against Practice Of Female Genital Mutilation, on FGC Education and Networking Project, SOURCE: M & C, Dec 17, 2010.