Like most blogs, this one has a number of links. So far I have not figured out how to put the links in the order I would like (mainly I have not had time to focus on it). Consequently, I have inadvertently put some cool people like Jessica and Alice at the bottom of the list.
In terms of content, as I am sure you have noticed, I have included a number of anti-feminist links. Even though I am myself a feminist, I currently have more anti-feminist than pro-feminist links, and I will be adding some more per suggestions from Caleb. The reason for this is that my schtick here is to examine views diametrically opposed to my own, rather than reading only those who confirm my own beliefs.
Most of my anti-feminist links so far have some relation to Vision Forum Ministries. I think it is fair to say they are a "fringe" group in the sense that they represent only a very tiny minority of Americans (as far as I can tell) and they are "extreme" in the sense that they make James Dobson sound liberal. Vision Forum stands out from the many anti-feminist and/or misogynist web sites I have read because it is well written and coherent. I know I have made promises to write about a lot of things, but one of my plans is to do a series on this group.
Of course, I still love my pro-feminsit sites. I start off each morning reading Amanda Marcotte's posts at Pandagon (she has a remarkable ability to cut through obfuscation*) and I check in with Hugo Schwyzer ("a progressive, consistent-life ethic Anabaptist/Episcopalian Democrat . . . ") while I eat lunch at my desk. And I'm really looking forward to exploring the blogs of other liberals who have checked in here, like Jonathan.
Other links I have provided are the Unitarian Universalist Association (the group which best reflects my religious views) and links to other stuff I like, such as Nancy Drew Sleuth (a Nancy Drew nostalgia site) and a site devoted to the White Stripes. Another link I recommend is Project No Spank, a site devoted to ending the practice of inflicting humiliating corporal punishment on children (brace yourself for that one though, because it can be quite disturbing). I will likely write on this subject at some point too.
* "Obfuscation" was not the first word that came to mind but I am trying to keep the site clean out of respect for those who may not appreciate foul language. In real life, I swear frequently and with great relish (it's one of the secrets of my "happiness") but I try not to do so in front of anyone who might be offended, and that includes people who might be reading this site.