We are in an age increasingly shaped and inflected by digital and networked technologies, which can act to augment, amplify or disrupt existing discrimination, exclusion and inequality. Using the Feminist Principles of the internet as a framework, this article examines the different facets of the intersection between digitally networked technologies and feminism in the areas of economy, autonomy and data, as well as movement building. It calls for the recognition, exploration and participation of diverse actors in feminist and women’s movements into making a feminist internet.


  • The Case of Online Gender-Based Violence
  • A Politics of Engagement
  • Commas as Seeds: Feminist Principles of the Internet
    • Economy
    • Autonomy
    • Movements
    • Making a Feminist Internet


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