Just like a regular blogroll, now with more talking!
The best of the big feminst blogs. Prone to enormous flaming fights, but the writers are excellent and the discussions balanced, if not always cool-headed.
Atheist rock-star and all-around fascinating writer, especially about fashion, sex, fat issues.
Read this for intersectionality 101, other race issues. If you're angry after you read it, it's probably because you've got unexamined racism. Renee can be a bit repetitive, and is occasionally a bit off on cultural context, but is always valuable to read. Brilliant taste in guest bloggers as well.
Amanda Marcotte, 3rd wave feminist extraordinaire. Says stuff. Tells idiots that they suck, in a very satisfying way. Read it.
Trans issues, with a side of general LGBT stuff, by a gay trans man. Super smart advice column. Avoids the bizarre flamyness that some LGBT blogs are prone to.
One of the best perspectives on modern races issues around.
Well-written discussions of kink, BSDM, other sex stuff. If you don't know what consent culture about, read this please. Also the home of cosmocking, possibly the funniest thing ever.
The webcomic with lots of words. And a sphinx.
A "superhero" webcomic. Wonderella is an asshole, but also strangely insightful.
Indie tennis blogger turned SI tennis blogger. The best analysis, links to all the cool tennis stuff, and cute nicknames for all the players—if you like tennis and aren't uptight about it, you'll like Courtney Nguyen.
Former feminist blogger, now just talks pro tennis. All the best doubles update. And cat pics.
Gender and sports—one of the few blogs that covers this in a really smart way.
Amanda Marcotte and Samita Mukhopadhyay talk feminism and other brill stuff on a weekly podcast. Yes, it's as awesome as you think it is.
Nice local blog—for Portland, Oregon, by the way. If you don't live here you won't care, but if you do it's pretty neato. A bit of cycling culture as well.
Feed your inner designer. Pretty pictures.