November 20, 2005

Googlebombing FeministFemaleSexualDysfunction

Lis Riba asks:

Finally, as I mentioned in an earlier post, all the top hits when Googling "feminist and FSD" or "feminist and sexual dysfunction" are from the anti-FSD contingent. This page of my blog is actually within the top 100, but fairly low on the page.

I don't normally ask this, but if a few more of you would be willing to link to this week's archive using those keywords... well, at least that way other sufferers searching for help can more easily get this point of view as well for a more balanced picture.

That is, a feminist and female sexual dysfunction (FSD) Googlebomb?

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in google | on November 20, 2005 11:59 PM (Infothought permalink)
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Mind you, it's not much of a Googlebomb, since so far you're the only person to give me a link, but I can hope...

Posted by: Lis Riba at November 21, 2005 09:27 AM

That's the problem with being on the Z-list :-(. And, I think, an interesting little example of what might be different if more women were A-lister's.
You'll need to find someone with a much wider reach to get any effect.

Posted by: Seth Finkelstein at November 21, 2005 09:38 AM

Well it has had one effect. One of your very few regular readers now has an opportunity to become one of Lis's very few readers, for which I thank you both.

Posted by: Daran at November 26, 2005 03:19 PM