Demonista

pisaquari: Who are you known as on the internets and what sites do you blog, if any?

Demonista: demonista. sometimes Winnie small. on my lj blog, peaceculture.org, bermudaradical.blogspot.com – the last one, i’m new to, so i’ve only done a couple posts

pisaquari: Blogs/Sites you most frequent (reading &/or comment)

Demonista: allecto’s, my lj friends and some comms, recently, heart’s, : http://belenen.livejournal.com/, http://captainvanille.livejournal.com/, http://cruelbitch.livejournal.com/, Demonista: http://dis-senter.livejournal.com/ Demonista: http://dragort.livejournal.com/ and more

pisaquari:How would you describe your background? Naming as many points for which you are privileged and oppressed as possible.

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Juila

pisaquari: Who are you known as on the internets?

Julia: Julia

pisaquari: Places you most frequent/comment (can be nonfeminist)

Julia: indymedia, womensspace, reclusive leftist, f-word uk,

pisaquari:How did male supremacy first touch you?

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Amananta

pisaquari: Who are you known as on the internets?

Amananta: My radfem internet persona is Amananta.

pisaquari: Site(s) you blog? If any?

Amananta: “Screaming into the Void” aka Amananta at wordpress

pisaquari: How would you describe your background?  Naming as many points for which you are privileged and oppressed as possible.

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Jenn

pisaquari: Who are you known as on the internets?

Jenn: Jenn, or “Jen” if someone misspells it. The double ‘n’ is not to be cute, it’s a shortening of my real name. I suppose I started using my nickname because it was what I was referred to by my family and close friends. In public, I go by my full name. I compartmentalize; the persona I present as “Jenn” is much different than the persona I present when I am referred to by my full name. Neither are complete pictures of the person I am, but Jenn is much closer to who I am and what I think than what I’m known by under my full name. I’m also published under my full name on completely different topics, and I know that how candid I am on my blog might come back to bite me in the ass at a later date, especially in academia, where I already have to deal with sexism.

pisaquari: Site(s) you blog? If any?

Jenn: I used to blog over at blogger, but I moved XXBlaze, my personal site, over to WordPress a couple of months ago. I love it, it’s a great blogging platform. I contribute periodically to Female Impersonator. I also write political columns under my real name for some political sites, but I haven’t had a lot of time to do that lately. I’ve also become quite sick of politics and talking about “the important issues” which is basically making everything about sexism or racism invisible. Not very fun.

pisaquari: Places you most frequent/comment (can be nonfeminist)

Jenn: I especially love radical feminist blogs. I guess my most frequent haunts would be for example (or have been, if they’re on hiatus) I Blame the Patriarchy, Hell on Hairy Legs, Shapely Prose, Rage Against the Man-Chine, Womanist Musings, and Echidne of the Snakes. Although my focus is usually on feminism, I frequent a lot of sites about race, fat acceptance, and gay interests and rights. None of which, I might add, are mutually exclusive to feminism.

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