Thursday, May 31, 2007

More famousness

Taylor, one of Charleston's premier feminists for Colbert, pointed out that our fame continues to grow. Apparently we are so incredibly sexy that we've made it to the Comedy Central website.

Jessica Valenti, blogger at Feministing and author of the recently-released Full Frontal Feminism is going on the Colbert Report on June 5, so everybody check out the show and see if Stephen wears his Full Frontal Feminism t-shirt.

Afrogeek Mom loves Colbert

Those crazy feminists over at Afrogeek Mom and Dad wanted to show off their geeky toy and comic book collection in tribute to Stephen Colbert.

Monday, May 28, 2007

Even feminist cats love Colbert

Here's feminist cat The Fuj hugging Stephen Colbert on TV.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Three boys who are feminists for Colbert

Two posts today from faithful Feminists for Colbert. The first is from the feminists at Afrogeek Mom and Dad:

And the second is from Miss Meghann, blogging from Atlanta, who says, "Please watch the cutest thing I've ever seen:"

If you have anything you'd like to contribute to Feminists for Colbert, give us a shout at cofc.wgs[at]

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Feminist graffiti

Well, this woman isn't necessarily thinking about Colbert, but she's a feminist, and she's in Charleston, so we thought she might make an appropriate contribution to the blog. This graffiti was discovered by FFC and imaginary roller derby grrrl, Claire and Present Danger.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Jane Fonda needs a Full Frontal Feminism t-shirt

I'll remind her my Colbert rule: the real peach state is South Carolina.
-- Stephen Colbert

Check out Jane Fonda's recent (AMAZING) appearance on The Colbert Report - a must-watch for Feminists for Colbert.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Roller skating for Colbert

Well, okay, we weren't actually roller skating for Colbert, but we were thinking about him as we cruised around the rink, three wanna-be roller derby babes grooving to "Come on Eileen" and "I Love Rock and Roll."

Update: Our fantasy roller derby names are Snatcherella, Punky Bruiser, and Claire and Present Danger. And our fantasy roller derby squad could be called either Sexy Midnight Runners or Hot Fuzz.

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

News from Alderaan

Feeling the love

Feminists for Colbert is getting a little attention out in the world of Colbert fandom and feminism--check out our links on Feministing and the No Fact Zone.

Jessica Valenti, of Feministing, is going to be on the Colbert Report on June 5 to talk about her new book, Full Frontal Feminism, which has long been the favored t-shirt slogan of Feminists for Colbert. We wish her all the best!

And if you'd like your own Full Frontal Feminism t-shirt, send us a message at cofc.wgs AT

Monday, May 7, 2007

Nikki loves Stephen Colbert

Nikki Hardin, one of the Famous Feminist Charlestonians Who Loves Colbert, takes it to the next level. Oh, Stephen, if only you were here!

Sunday, May 6, 2007

Feminists express their love through ketchup

We love Stephen Colbert with ketchup. I mean, we're expressing our love through ketchup.

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Famous Feminist Charlestonians Who Love Stephen Colbert

Nikki Hardin, founder and publisher of Skirt! magazine

Harriet Apostolou, Skirt! account exec, and Katie Foote, Skirt! office manager

Leigh Webber Marshall, Skirt! photographer

Kristin Kuhlke, owner of Cupcake, and Leigh Cart and Tracy Deer

Top row: Aragorn son of Arathorn, Gandalf the Grey, Legolas of the Woodland Realm, Boromir son of Denethor. Bottom row: Samwise Gamgee, Frodo Baggins, Meriadoc Brandybuck (Merry), Peregrine Took (Pippin), and Gimli son of Gloin.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Feminists Lick Colbert

Here are Charleston feminists enjoying the sweet taste of liberty with Stephen Colbert's Ben & Jerry's flavor, AmeriCone Dream.

Be sure to check back tomorrow...

...for Famous Feminist Charlestonians Who Love Stephen Colbert.

Darth Vader and I

Clearly the Director of Women's and Gender Studies is the biggest nerd of all time. This is another reason she loves Stephen Colbert.