Feminist Majority Foundation
Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press
Coalition Against Trafficking
in Women (CATW)
This is a non-governmental organization that promotes women's human rights.
It works internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms,
especially prostitution and trafficking in women and children, in particularly
To Get Emergency Contraception
100 Feminist Websites
1001 Feminist Links!
Radical Feminist Sites
The materials on this site primarily cover the development and emergence
of lesbian feminism, a moment from roughly 1970 to 1975, and addresses
the related but separate trajectory of lesbians of color.
Hey! Don't get us confused with the American Civil Liberties Union! We're
NOT that group that supports the pornographers, the Nazis, the KKK, the
tobacco industry, and the child pornographers. We're not those guys who
wrote a "Friend of the Court" brief for Jake Baker! We're NOT
those guys fixated on reciting defamatory, whining mantras about Andrea
Dworkin. Instead, we here at the ACLU (Always Causing Legal Unrest, that
is) are concerned that conservative values such as corporate trademark
laws, private property rights and individual privacy (as opposed to public
safety and welfare), severely infringe upon and limit free expression,
and they enjoy more protection (legally, socially and politically) than
women do in the public and private domain. And we're going to push some
buttons to prove it. So, we started a political organization called Pushing
Buttons/ACLU and began cranking out buttons with controversial political
Nikki Craft's homepage
There's a long history of women being ignored or not believed when they
speak up about things men have done to them. This is a place designed
to break the silence and let women vent about the ways in which we have
been treated. The point of the page is not to make men look bad, but simply
to give women a voice. We don't have the power to punish the bastards,
but this is a space where women can be heard and believed.
Young Radical Wimmin
young radical wimmin is a collective of wimmin who identify as radical
feminists. It is essential for the future of the wimmin's liberation movement
that young wimmin join together, ensuring feminist visibility and impact
for the coming years. The feminism lived by the wimmin of yrw is a feminism
that is wimmin-made, one that rejects moderate feminist politics and gets
to the root of all oppression. The wimmin of yrw are wimmin-made wimmin,
we will not kneel at the alter of patriarchy nor embrace the cock sucking
politics of queer, liberal or postmodernism. yrw understand that the personal
is political and live our lives defined by a radical focus. yrw see that
although wimmin may have made some progress in our societies, while we
still live in fear of being raped, beaten, harassed, tortured, prostituted
then feminism is not 'post' but necessary to wimmin's (and all the earth
inhabitant's) survival. We are also made up of some radical wimmin who
believe in militant feminism and will take direct action when needed to
save wimmin's lives and have our voices heard.
Dis is the Official Website of Hothead Paisan, homicidal lesbian terrorist,
avenger of scum and patron saint of freaks and misfits. Rage therapy like
you've never seen it. Shed all guilt and repeat after us: "They deserve
it!" And her cat, Chicken, too! Because not everyone WANTS to be
in a bad mood...
Hothead comics & crapola: something a real girl can live by.
Hothead Paisan (again)
I wonder what would happen if, say, some lesbian really checked out for
lunch, you know, like say her brain just totally shit the bed one day,
and she starts believing everything she sees on T.V.? So, like, while
she's going about her daily queer routine, all this T.V. crap is seeping
in and she's getting psychotic, and like she needs therapy really bad,
but she doesn't know it? I bet her boundaries would be really fuzzy. I
bet she'd be lots of fun to be around. I bet she'd be a real...
and Lesbian Separatism
There is almost nothing available on the net about radical lesbian feminism
and lesbian separatism-- almost nothing positive anyway. I'm creating
this website to combat our invisibility, and combat the lies.
I've begun to solicit content for this site from authentic radical lesbian
feminists and lesbian separatists. This is difficult because as a community
right now we are splintered, disconnected, disappeared as a part of the
general trend to disappear lesbian identity in the name of "inclusion"
in these reactionary times.
My aim here is authentic inclusiveness, rather than dilution and negation.
I'm interested in anything from a lesbian separatist or feminist perspective
that can reasonably be translated to the web. I'm interested in analysis,
news, schedules of events, announcements of meetings, addresses of newsletters
and publishers, bibliographies, art, poetry. I am especially interested
in introductory-level articles addressed to lesbians who are not familiar
with the truth about lesbian separatism and lesbian feminism.
Young Radical Wimin Listerv
The main purpose of the Young Radical Wimin Listerv is connection and
friendship, to develop a more grassroots movement of radical feminism,
one that propels us to act and move forward, together. While this list
is open to all radical wimmin, yrw is a space focused on issues facing
the growing number of younger (under 35) radical feminist's. yrw is also
a group that is open to wimmin-born-wimmin only.
No Status Quo
This is a radical feminist website. It includes information on radical
feminist issues, such as pornography, prostitution and other forms of
sexual violence, as well as issues such as the Iraq war and the Israeli
occupation. Additionally, it includes links so other radical feminist
sites and hosts Andrea Dworkin's Web page.
Feminist Discussion Board
This site is links to a series of posts from a radical feminist discussion
board that took place in November/December of 1998.
One Angry Girl Designs
This is a radical feminist website. In manly contains information about
pornography, including a very useful section how to handle discussions
with pro-pornography liberals and conservatives. One can purchase items
such as t-shirts and bumper stickers with radical feminist slogans through
Club for Radical
This site is for radical feminists who wish to discuss radical feminist
issues or just chat
This site contains news of interest to feminist women from the front lines
of the war against women.
This is the website of radical feminist activist, artist, speaker and
writer, Christine Stark. The site contains her art, essays, pros poems,
book reviews, activism and speeches.
Other Feminist Sites
Feminista! is an online journal known internationally for its content
and capacity for networking. Feminista! is a journal of art, literature,
social commentary, philosophy, with, humor, and respect, and is currently
published on a semi-regular basis.
This is an anti-pornography website. It contains essays analyzing pornography
from a radical feminist perspective.
This is the website of Carolyn Cage, a lesbian-feminist playwright, performer,
director, and activist. The author of more than forty plays, musicals,
and one-woman shows, she specializes in non-traditional roles for women,
especially those reclaiming famous lesbians whose stories have been distorted
or erased from history.
Wailing with the
Wailing with the wolves is the website of Judith K. Witherow, a poet,
essayist and storyteller. A mixed blood Native American raised in rural
Appalachian poverty, she writes about her life experiences with disability,
gender, sexual orientation, race and class from a perspective influenced
by her early heritage.
Women of Color Sites
INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence is a national activist organization
of radical feminists of color advancing a movement to end violence against
women of color and their communities through direct action, critical dialogue
and grassroots organizing.
African American Women Evolving
AAWE works to increase the activism and leadership of black women in women's
reproductive health issues. Their main objective is to help black women
be able to completely control their own lives and bodies.
This center works to promote peace and justice by advocating for those
wounded by inequality and domination. Their mission is to help create
a world where everyone has civil rights and economic justice.
National Asian Pacific American Women's
The NAPAWF works to promote the perspectives of women and girls among
communities and to inspire women and girls to actively seek leadership
National Coalition of 100 Black Women
NCBW's mission is to develop socially conscious female leaders around
the world who are devoted to furthering the cause of equality for women