WAGIC Blog on Women and Gender in China

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WAGIC https://www.wagic.org/ is a new (well, not so new - the first issue came out last September) blog and discussion forum on Women and Gender in China. Its authors describe WAGIC as

"a collaborative (hopefully soon bilingual) blog project that aims to provide a dedicated and accessible space for commentary about all aspects of gender, sexuality and feminism(s) in China (incl. contested parts thereof), past and present. Each month we publish a series of original blogs focused on a single theme. We engage with a wide range of topics relating to gender, sexuality and feminism(s) in China, past and present. We welcome submissions from academics, activists, journalists, writers and those with personal experience of these issues. We hope this blog project will promote better understanding and awareness of the social, cultural, political and historical dynamics that underpin and inform gender, sexuality and feminism(s) in China today, and create new opportunities for international feminist and queer solidarities."

The first issues deal with Chinese women artists, Tibetan women writers, Trans movements, queer fan fiction, and other topics. Submissions are welcome.