Specifically, the ones writing about sex. Or at least writing about sex in a way that doesn't make me wipe them from my memory and browser history.
This question is possibly just as silly as asking where all the women bloggers are, but that one seems to crop up regularly. There's a nice review of the latest and previous two outbreaks at Pinko Feminist Hellcat, so I'll just send you there rather than going over the details myself.
What?Similarly, there are no women reading comics (hello, Yano), or gaming (hello, Hanna), or, you know, writing about blogging (hello, Rebecca) or social networks (Hello, Danah). s'weird. You'd forget they were slightly more than 50% of the population of the planet, if that statistic actually crossed your mind in the first place.
Vaguely remember reading they were more than half the on-line population too, but it would require seconds to look that up, and isn't it easier to have a quick look at the blogroll of some A-List blogger or answers to some survey and start extrapolating from that?
I didn't say more accurate, I said easier. Keep up with me here.
Getting back to my original point, as much as I had one, although DazeReader and Fleshbot are all well and goo-- ok, can't even finish that particular expression in this context, and I'm fairly certain there was some long, incredibly boring paragraph about writing/blogging about pornography as opposed to writing/blogging about sex, that I'd intended to put here, but I figure if I'm bored writing it, you'd be even more bored reading it. And besides, it would mean linking even more things that probably aren't safe for work, depending on where you work.
Did I mention that some of the previous links probably aren't. . . well, I'm sure you noticed if you clicked them.
Apropos of nothing, I reset the Site Meter statistics just before posting the previous entry. I could say this was to get a more accurate idea of how many visitors the place gets in a given day, but it was more a case of, "Oh! What does this button do?"
I'm sure this will do horrible things to my Ecosystem ranking. Luckily, I'm equally sure I don't care.