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The Issues Forum & Webring (103 Sites, 19 Hits) 09/08/2005 lilithezine
Abortion Debate, Abuse, Animal Rights, Church-State Issues, Civil Rights, Copyrighting, Current Events, Death Penalty, Debates, Drunk Driving, Education, Environment, Fair Trade, Feminism, Firearms Policy, Food Safety, Free Tibet Campaign, Gender Wars, Genetic Engineering, Housing, Human Rights, Illegal Immigration, Marijuana Legalization, Men's Movement, Multiculturalism, Overpopulation, Peace and Nonviolence, Politics, Poverty, Pro Suicide, Race Relations, Ranting, Road Rage, Terrorism, Voluntary Simplicity.

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The Voting & Statistics Webring (112 Sites) 12/26/2005 lilithezine
Any website that uses voting, polling, statistics or facts. Sites about exposing urban myths or famous quotes are also welcome. Sites on any topic are welcome except for racism or bigotry. Please visit our forum and use it like a blog.

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The World Issues Webring (124 Sites, 44 Hits) 11/28/2001 lilithezine
The World Issues Webring is dedicated to everyone who goes out of their way to promote a good cause, to demonstrate, to protest, to scream and shout for a good cause! Feminists, environmentalists, anti-globalists, pacifists and more! Logo by Charles Moffat.

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Against Hunger (6 Sites, 241 Hits) 08/12/2000 system2
The Against Hunger webring is designed to bring together all the charities and websites on the internet that are fighting to end hunger. If you are Against Hunger then join the Against Hunger webring and help end world hunger today.

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The BBW/FA Ring (14 Sites, 309 Hits) 12/31/1996 genessa
One of WebRing's oldest rings, born 12/31/1996, the BBW/FA Ring is dedicated solely to Big Beautiful Women and their Admirers. Find here personal narratives about being and living large, words of appreciation by the folks who love Big Beautiful Women, organizations for large people, plus-size modeling contacts, Size Acceptance/Fat Acceptance issues, personal ads for big folks, artwork that celebrates the large human form and commercial sites that respectfully cater to a large clientele.  Pictured:  Elaine Miles (in a detail from a screen shot from "Northern Exposure," the American television phenomenon in which she portayed placid Marilyn Whirlwind) circa 1993.


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No-Fear Fire Ring (42 Sites, 25 Hits) 12/31/1996 firefighter209
This ring is dedicated to all public service pages around the globe. Anyone managing a web site involving firefighting, rescue, police, etc. is welcome to join us.

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Ultimate Motivational (5 Sites, 4 Hits) 12/31/1996 bluepossum
A consortium of motivational speakers, authors, trainers and individuals who are dedicated to offering positive information on the net.


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Critical Mass (13 Sites, 94 Hits) 02/01/1998 okieshadow
The worldwide web-wheel of the organized coincidence known as Critical Mass. Critical Mass is a monthly event occuring in hundereds of cities worldwide. Cyclists ride in a group through the city streets to celebrate cycling, fossil-fuel-free transportation, redefining of the social space of our cities and reclaim autonomy in an automobile dominated society. It's loads of fun too. The revolution is riding a bike!


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Disability Studies Web Ring (9 Sites, 230 Hits) 05/01/1998 barrierfreechoices
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, over 22% of Americans have a "disability" (as defined below).  Similar statistics obtain in every industrialized nation worldwide.  Current U.S. projections are that the population percentage of Americans "with disabilities severe enough to impair their [our] accomplishment of major life activities" will increase to about TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT by the year 2020.  It is quite likely that you (or someone you know) may have a "disability" by that time, if not already.  This DISABILITY STUDIES WEBRING brings together web sites that contain articles, essays, papers, discussion and/or other information in support of disability rights, the independent living movement, and community living.  The more you KNOW, the more you can DO.  We encourage you to VISIT EVERY SITE in this webring.  Here you will find a collection of truly outstanding and informative resources that will greatly expand your understanding of both "disability issues" and also of a multitude of intensely personal aspects of living with a "disability" such as you are unlikely to find elsewhere.  Learn and grow stronger!!!


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Equality (19 Sites, 133 Hits) 12/31/1996 genessa
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You may find in this ring all manner of sites opposing and combatting discrimination against any ethnic, religious, sexual, cultural or social group (except, of course, those constructed for the purpose of purveying racism).  Pictured on this page:  The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at an unknown location, in a photograph by Dick DeMarsico, World Telegram staff photographer, who subsequently donated the picture to the Library of Congress, where it is now in the public domain.  On the NavBar:  Quentin Crisp (December 25, 1980 - November 21, 1999) in his One Man Show. Birmingham, England (circa 1982), photographed by Birmingham resident and Wikipedia/Wikimedia editor Graham Colm.



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