What is it like to be a feminist in the time of the internet? What kind of internet will be beneficial to women, LGBTQI people, indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and other marginalized groups? If we were to create feminist internet, how would it look like?
This paper will take a look at the making of a feminist internet in Southeast Asia. It aims to deepen our understanding of how the digital landscape has affected feminists, women’s rights and sexual rights, and intersectional movement building work in the sub-region, and shed light on that the feminist principles of the internet are and how they can be used towards a transformative internet. It will explore current efforts and initiatives in Southeast Asia that contribute towards building strong and resilient feminist movements, both offline and online.