For an explanation on what I'm doing and why, please click A list of Pashtun Women Bloggers, Pashtuns, Social Networks, and Gender Empowerment, and/or What it Means to be an Empowered Woman. I was initially looking only for female bloggers, but I've realized that our male bloggers are equally important, especially since there are very few Pashtun bloggers out there. If you or someone you know who blogs and it's not listed below, please share your/their link(s) with us in the comments section or via email (email@example.com). Thank you!
These blogs were found on a completely random basis. No preference has been, or will be, given to the Pashtun bloggers from either side of the Durand Line, whether Pakistan or Afghanistan. The only requirement for them to be included in this list is for them to consider themselves Pashtuns or be Pashtun (from either maternal or paternal side). I realize that almost all of the bloggers below are based in the west, except for a couple, but this is all I have been able to find within the last several months. So if you know any others, please don't hesitate to share their blog links with me. Many, many thanks!
Also, in some time, I'll also give a brief overview of what each blog is about.
Female Pashtun Bloggers
Ayesha (Fifth Junction)
Deen Over Dunya
Gul Mina - the Story of Swat
Mariam / Mariam A [two separate blogs by the same person]
Sobia / Sobia (World Affairs and Beyond) [separate blogs by one person]
Male Pashtun bloggers:
Khurram Yusufzai & LivePak (separate blogs by one person)
The Pillar of Autumn
Qissa Khwani [an edited blog run by Takhalus]
Sorposh - پښتو ن غږ
Tribal NGOs Consortium
Voice of the Afghan Youth [various authors]