Hooray! Thank you, Belle Jar, for the nomination, and for your own inspiring blog posts.
I copied the rules:
1. Thank the person who nominated you.
2. Add The One Lovely Blog Award to your post.
3. Share 7 things about yourself.
a) I absolutely love hand feeding animals. To date, I have had the following animals eating out of my hand: a giraffe, goats, rabbits, a moose, terrapins, a camel, kangaroos, parrots, cows, an elephant. If you see any animals in need of feeding, send them my way.
b) I’d choose a shower over a bath any day.
c) Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure is my favourite novel.
d) Everything’s better in green.
e) I have named my future dog Roy.
f) I’ve recently become very interested in octopuses and the things they can do.
g) I love hats.
4. Pass the award on to 15 nominees.
The Feminist Atheist – “Where equality meets rationality”
unladylikemusings – Great blog with (unladylike!) posts on feminist issues
windupmyskirt – One of the first blogs I started following, windupmyskirt writes about feminism, atheism, politics and social injustice.
Damn Right I’m a Feminist – Visit this blog for your quick, daily dose of passionate feminism.
kopfkrabbe – “Delicious brainstories of a skeptic, atheist, feminist, headbanging and sci-fi loving wannabe psychologist”
Note to Self – “The blog of a 24 year old finding her way in the world.” Much beautiful, thought-provoking writing here.
Manboobz – A blog mocking misogyny and the MRA’s. Trigger warning though, the blog attracts said misogynists, who sometimes write some pretty vile comments.
DOG Sharon – Author of DOG Sharon-The Future is Female, a book which puts forward a non-violent message of change for our world.
Questions for Women – Paula, a teacher and mother of two daughters, discusses questions surrounding the condition of women in today’s society, and works for change.
Unequal Seas – “A global force for dude?” Exposing sexism in the US Navy.
Can be Bitter – More brilliant feminist analysis of Western society
The Pervocracy – “Sex. Feminism. BDSM. And some very, very naughty words.”
Very Bad Apple – “Misappropriating feminism, popular culture and fruit”
Hikikomoiegaku – “Selected fiction, articles, and opinions.” Check out the section on ‘Feminist Writings’, a man’s perspective on the patriarchy.
BroadBlogs – “A broad blogs broadly about women’s and men’s psychology”
5. Include this set of rules.
6. Inform your nominees by posting a comment on their blogs.
And that’s it!