Everyday Feminism Seeks Contributing Writer, Pays Up to $150 per Blog Post

Everyday Feminism, a digital feminist magazine, is currently seeking contributing writers for their blog. They pay $75 per blog post to contributing writers. They pay $150 to “investigative writers.”

Their goal is “to help people develop a better understanding of how systemic issues of gender, sexual orientation, race, class, ability, size, and other social identities affect them personally and how to address them in their everyday life and communities through an intersectional feminist, anti-oppression framework.

They get over 4 million visitors a month to their website.

They pay $75 per blog post, with a bonus for high traffic posts. They also hope to raise their rates when they can.

According to their application page:

“We look for 1) expertise in certain issues and 2) online writing ability that matches our unique style. Given the current composition of the team, we are only accepting applications from contributors who have a strong intersectional feminist anti-oppression analysis on disabilities, race, class, queer, trans, work, parenting, and/or organizing-related issues at this time.

Successful applicants will be expected to write 1-2 posts a month.

To learn more, visit their website.


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