Femme Feed was a six-hour durational performance comprised of six distinct forums within an activated space communal living room space - this performance was lived streamed, streaming online communication via live performance. For this collaborative piece, I invited five femme identifying artists from my FB network: Darcie Blake, Apurva Kaushik, Gem Rosenberg, Mounira Marzouki and Madeline Zappala, to each perform their archive of posts - I also read from my posts. Each person was instructed to stand when reciting a post they found "vulnerable" and to state the time, date and number of likes received on the post. Their voices reflected the political, the mundane, and the in-between - all through the shared lens of femme identity and intimacy. This mini newsfeed is simultaneously historical and fictional - present and past, given its content (previously published text) and context (subverting the algorithm and medium of communication). By placing my URL social network, private messages and data archive into an IRL environment, more specifically into my personal domestic sphere, I welcomed a new kind of home intruder - the voyeur.