Freethought Blogs

The best freethought blogs will open your mind, inspire, educate you, and maybe even change your perspective. Our list includes artists, authors, liberalists, feminists, sustainability advocates, environmentalists, and many more.

// This list features 13 blogs
The F-Word

The F-Word is an English-based blog about feminism that shares articles, reviews, and commentary on pop culture. The writing team for this blog, which ranges from parliamentarians to editors and publishers, promotes discussion on contemporary feminism via their perfectly diverse opinions.

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    Feministing

    Created by author and columnist, Jessica Valenti as far back as 2004, Feministing is a blog dedicated to educating all women and encouraging them to take positive action in manifesting their power. Writers are also welcome to submit their work to this site.

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      Freakonomics

      Journalist, Stephen J. Dubner, an economist, Steven D. Levitt, are like a team of rogue fact explorers who make economics entertaining. By investigating the economics of everyday situations from a different angle, they offer incredible solutions to previously perplexing problems.

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        Naked Capitalism

        A hard-hitting blog about economics, politics, and power, Naked Capitalism is widely considered the world’s most influential finance blog. Started in 2006 as an eye-opener to the looming 2008 banking crisis, you’ll find unbiased updates on the global economy, and realistic financial market news.

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          Free Range Librarian

          K.G. Schneider, aka the Free Range Librarian, works as the Equinox librarian by day and as a blogger by night. She shares her travels, interesting thoughts on writing, and pop culture, as well as honest musings on librarianship in the modern world.

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            EarthEasy

            After living sustainably for over 30 years, Greg Seaman started his blog, EarthEasy, in 2000 with heaps of experience. Topics include off-grid living, science & technology, home, family & community. He also shares guides on how to live, grow, play, travel & dress in an eco-friendly way.

            Inhabitat

            Inhabitat is a green lifestyle blog founded by eco-friendly designer Jill Fehrenbacher. It is mainly focused on more sustainable & environmentally friendly research, innovations & designs for all types of products. Like housing, clothing, home products, vehicles, and more.

            Treehugger

            Treehugger is the world’s #1 website on sustainability with over 120 million readers per year. You’ll find information on every facet of living an environmentally-friendly life from ethical clothing to saving rainwater, growing your own food, eco-friendly products, and reducing climate change.

            The Satorialist

            The Satorialist is a fashion blog by New York photographer Scott Schuman whose work has also been featured in GQ, Vogue & Interview. His photos of random street goers not only exude an individual sense of fashion, but each photo also evokes inspiration for the uniqueness of personal styling.

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              The Jealous Curator

              The Jealous Curator, aka Danielle Krysa, is all about turning your jealousy of other artist’s work into inspiration & motivation that will benefit your own art. Her blog shares entertaining meanderings on contemporary artists, as well as articles discussing art-making headlines, and details about upcoming show openings.

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