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  1. Five Podcasts by Women of Color You Should Know

    Social and political activist Rebecca Griffin recommends her favorite podcasts by women of color, like Represent and 2 Dope Queens, covering topics from feminism and race to work and equality.

    Culture
  2. How One Math Teacher Engages Students through Humor (and Bad Drawings)

    Whether you’re going back to school or graduated years ago, you’ll enjoy this stick-figure-filled conversation with Math with Bad Drawings blogger and UK-based math teacher Ben Orlin.

    Education
  3. Victorians and Their Cats

    “Day 246 of my imprisonment. My spirit is broken. I have succumbed to the affections of my human overlords. Even my heterochromia brings me no joy. Life is meaningless…” A brief history of Victorians and their cats, through art.

    Animals
  4. Reductress

    A satirical women’s magazine, Reductress takes on the outdated perspectives and condescending tone of popular women’s media, through the eyes of the funniest women in comedy today. Also, we want people to think we’re pretty.

    Humor
  5. Comics
    Comic by Jack Sjogren
  6. List-Making Love: A Conversation with Things We Like Creator Jessica Gross

    Jessica Gross’ Things We Like started as a simple idea: Each post featured 10 specific things the author enjoys. It’s now an exhibit at the New York Public Library.

    Humor
  7. My Exaggerated Life

    At My Exaggerated Life, a dad blog-meets-webcomic, a father shares stories about family life in comic form, often with a generous layer of dry humor.

    Comics
  8. My Twitter Account Reads Like a Dysfunctional Food Network Show

    “I’m just a girl, standing in front of a self-checkout, screaming that there’s no unexpected item in the bagging area.” Abby at Abby Has Issues proves that she tweets a lot about food.

    Food
  9. Animals
  10. American Grocery List

    From writer Elan Mudrow, a very American, very satirical grocery list — not the foods we know we want to or should buy, but the foods we actually do.

    Humor
  11. An Open Letter to the Female Hat-Wearing Dog From “Go Dog, Go”

    “Wear a hat you love and if he doesn’t like it?  F*#% him.” Raquel D’Apice shares advice for the protagonist in P.D. Eastman’s classic children’s book.

    Feminism
  12. A List Of Things In Literature, Music, and Art That Are Actually Metaphors For Women

    “Haha what? Noooooo, this song isn’t about you. It’s about a literal venus flytrap plant that eats literal insects. It’s not because you crushed my spirit like an ant beneath your shapely foot.” This guide lists men’s metaphors for women.

    Art
  13. Zounds, Alack, and By My Troth

    Shakespeare enthusiast Ben Sawyer transforms some of the Bard’s most memorable scenes and sonnets into offbeat, hilarity-filled webcomics.

    Comics
  14. On Math, Teaching, and the Magic of Bad Drawings: A Conversation with Ben Orlin

    The math-enthusiast-cum-educator deploys his hilarious, insightful stick figures to talk about his work and his blog.

    Education
  15. Awesomely Luvvie

    Popular humorist Luvvie Ajayi has been blogging for over 13 years. On Awesomely Luvvie, she skewers all things pop culture. “I thoroughly enjoy doling out side-eyes and there is never a shortage of people and foolishness to judge.”

    Humor