Top Posts of August, #ICYMI

I’m thrilled to report that the top spot of the month, the most read post, #1, is a guest post by our youngest blogger, Sage. Her post is based on original research and it’s called Are women, people of color, and kids more likely to get bumped when walking on the street? .

Cate is still menstruating and two of the top posts are on that very subject. In the #2 spot there’s her classic I’m 53 and a half and I’m still menstruating: is this a good thing? Her update on that post is #4.

The big news around here is that Tracy is stepping away from the blog. I like the “stepping away” language” because it’s not “saying goodbye.” She’ll be around from time to time, we hope, with a post or two. (No pressure!) Her Goodbye for now post part 1 is in the #3 spot.

Tracy made that decision after after a 10 day meditation course and her account of the course, which was definitely not a retreat, is our #5 post of the month.

#6 is my older post on crotch shots and upskirting. It’s always in the top 10 probably because of the words in the title. I still can’t believe that people who search for those words click on a link with “feminism” in the title. But they do. I hope they read my post.

I love Marjorie’s post on advice giving in the gym. It’s #7. Marjorie is the newest addition to our team of blog regulars.

Catherine is taking back fat phobic images. Her account of that process is #8.

Also, this month I had to not do a thing because I was sick (I’m 100% now so clearly that was the right choice) and my story about how tough adulting can be is #9.

Rounding out the top 10 was Nat’s post on loving her new cycling shorts. They’e beautiful. So bright and cheery. And here they are.