What sort of suggestions could you make?
Firstly, links that cover basic material for the benefit of the genuinely curious.
Secondly, links that debunk common anti-feminist myths and address common arguments from trolls. The model for all efforts of this kind to emulate is the marvellous Index to Creationist Claims associated with USENet newsgroup talk.origins. The wonderful zuzu, who has kindly seen fit to widely promote this project, nails it:
Got a troll asking you disingenuous or stupid questions and don’t know where to tell them to go (other than hell, of course)? Drop on by the open suggestion thread and make a suggestion for a post to which you can later refer trolls (or the genuinely clueless). With a sweet smile and a suggestion to come back once they’ve covered the first-year course material.
As a general rule I'd prefer people to nominate other people's articles rather than their own in this thread, but it's fine to link to your own writing in other threads.
If you have an article you'd like to suggest as a link to be added to an existing FAQ post, please add it in the comments to that post. That way the comments thread becomes a user-generated "More Reading" list even if I decide against adding the link to the body of the post.
PS. I don't like the template much either, but am actually designing a website for a client what pays, so don't have the time to futz around with HTML and XML until next week probably. But if the site suddenly changes to one of the other Blogger templates, don't be surprised.