What do we recall about the first time we went online? What was the first thing we searched on the internet that we didn’t want our mothers to know? What information have we been unable to find due to limited content and connectivity, surveillance, censorship, exploitation and unequal representation? How can we use the internet if trolls target our identities, political values and lived experiences? How do we sustain the growth, leadership and ethically representative visibility of our different movements online? Is there porn we can watch that centres our pleasures, rather than the patriarchal gaze?
This e-zine documents the explorations and experiments that grew into dynamic answers, solutions and even more questions on what it means to have a feminist internet in Africa that emerged during the Making a Feminist Internet in Africa (MFI Africa) convening.
Continue reading and check out the e-zine at GenderIT.org.