Dearest Disruptors,

We’ll be changing the blog to a Monday-Wednesday-Friday update schedule. As you probably know, this is an all-volunteer venture. That means we’ve got full-time jobs, other activist pursuits, hobbies, friends, family, and general life stuff to balance on top of our commitment to the blog. So we’re slowing down our posting schedule at least temporarily, while we look for new editors.

If you’d like to support us, here are some ways you can show us a little love:

1. Spread the word about our editor (writer) search

angela davis

Angela Davis was probably talking about something way more important than our blog in this picture, and you’ll be using a computer instead of megaphone, but the basic action is similar, right?

2. Write a guest post for us (seriously, please!)

maya angelou writing

Channel your inner Dr. Angelou!

3. Read our articles (check out the right hand side of the page for recent posts, top posts, and RSS/email options…or click here for a list of some of our favorites)

Anne of Green Gables reading "Anne of Green Gables." But instead of Anne of Green Gables it will be you. And instead of "Anne of Green Gables" it will be our blog.

Anne of Green Gables reading “Anne of Green Gables.” But instead of Anne of Green Gables it will be you. And instead of “Anne of Green Gables” it will be our blog.

4. Share our articles with your friends, family, and social media followers

Tell your friends!

Tell your friends! Alicia is probably telling Kalinda about a kickass post she read here the other day.

5. Follow us on facebook or twitter (and of course share/retweet when you see something you like!)

in my imagination, Cosima is retweeting us.

In my imagination, Cosima is retweeting us.

6. Comment on our articles

leslie says "ann, you're beautiful and you're organized" and ann smiles

Like this, but you’re Leslie and we’re Ann.

7. Be an awesome intersectional feminist in your daily life

Audre Lorde, after whom our blog is named, is a pretty good role model on this one.

Audre Lorde, after whom our blog is named, is a pretty good role model on this one.