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#365FeministSelfie is a go!

I am overwhelmed at the response to the #365FeministSelfie challenge!

So many amazing pics on Flickr, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. If there are other outlets I should be monitoring, just say it! Edited to add: Duh! Google+! And Tumblr!

And if you are late to the party, it's ok. Join in!




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Marisa said…
There are three women on Google+ using #365feministselfie - so far. I'll be doing my best to stir up some involvement from those awesome women. Totally love this idea and thrilled to have found your site thanks to this project!

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