Since 2007, a new feminist movement can be tracked in German-speaking web areas, in particular within the blogosphere. The present master thesis with the title „De_Construction of the category ‚Gender‘ in feminist blogs in the Web 2.0”, takes a close look into feminist blogs with the aim to analyze and determine, if the category ‚gender‘ is deconstructed. In the first part, the current state of research in the field of Gender Media Studies will be presented. Within this section a specific focus will be laid upon the theories of Teresa de Lauretis, Donna Haraway and Sherry Turkle. In the following section, the Foucauldian discourse analysis, which sets the methodological frame to analyze the given thesis, will be set out in adequate detail. In that line, feminist blogs can be described as virtual discourse communities that are not just connected but also interact over shared subjects and themes. In the subsequent chapter, particular attention will be given to the ‘Blog as a medium, its functions and characterization, as well as how ‘gender becomes deconstructed in the genre itself. As blogs are commonly seen as online versions of diaries, they become at the same moment marked and labeled as ‘feminine. This is why the question of conceptions and perceptions of the category ‘gender will be pursued. Nevertheless, as those processes of deconstruction are embedded in a wider context, two waves of feminism will be differentiated: cyber- and net-feminism. Finally, an emphasis is placed upon the tool of irony, which may be used as a means of deconstructing ‘gender.