Blog of the Year

This is what I woke up to this morning:

Blog of the Year
Almost Diamonds
Stephanie Zvan makes her voice heard through her blog Almost Diamonds. Her writing is consistently incredible: insightful, thorough, on point, and funny (when appropriate). Everything she writes is from an atheist, secular, intersectional feminist, and social justice perspective. This year has certainly been a busy one for social justice in the secular community. Stephanie’s posts tackle issues from multiple perspectives deconstructing and analyzing varied subject matter; her methodological and precise writing is educational, informative, and engaging.

I’m tickled, particularly to be in the company I am in the Secular Woman Membership Awards. I don’t know what to say, except thank you to everyone who thought I earned this.

Blog of the Year
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15 thoughts on “Blog of the Year

  1. 3

    no less impressive for fact that you do it while constantly dealing with lectronic turds thrown by lectroinc primates in the lectronic primate house. or was it turds throwng turds?


  2. 4

    A well-deserved win! You have a knack for thoughtful, heavily researched posts. I’m still impressed by the connection you found between Ron Lindsay and an obscure feminist blogger.

  3. 5

    Secular Woman did a great job with its awards across the board. I learn a lot from all the Freethought Blogs I read, but yours is the one I value most for its insight about what is wrong with the status quo and especially about how to fix it.

  4. 11

    Congratulations, Stephanie! I think this is not only a tribute to the high quality of your blogging but also the variety of topics you cover. Amongst the other winners in the SW awards this is very well-deserved recognition.

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