Grown Little Girl, Grow Little Girl by Chasity Jones Selenga —

I have newly found myself a wife and in the throes of motherhood. In many feminist circles, I have encountered anti-family and anti-wifehood sentiments. The understanding is that to be a wife, and, to be a wife that chooses to start a family, is an oppressive position to occupy as well as the antithesis of […]…

Going With the Wind by Barbara Ardinger —

Ohhhh how I needed this good medicine this day~ To Raven, Crossroad Winds, Tiger!, Mutations!!! & The Red Queen indeed~ The wind changed during the night. Even as they slept, the Witch and the Ladies of the Magic Mirror felt it and stirred in their beds. Kahlil the raven, who was sitting on the roof, felt it,…

What Can We Do to Weaken Privilege? by Elise M. Edwards

What Can We Do to Weaken Privilege? by Elise M. Edwards What Can We Do to Weaken Privilege? by Elise M. Edwards — Read on feminismandreligion.com/2019/06/14/what-can-we-do-to-weaken-privilege-by-elise-m-edwards/ These are conditions built into our culture that some groups receive which benefit them to the detriment of others. Making privilege visible means naming it and calling it out. Wage…

Gas-lighting on Al Franken(stein)’s Street by LaChelle Schilling —

I will add my #metoo, but don’t feel like going into details. I will just say that in light of my past experience and Al Franken’s statement of apology, I’m realizing why some of us don’t tell at an even deeper level. This is Al Franken’s statement: “I’ve met tens of thousands of people and […]…

Stevie Wonder…

…on Pandora, this thought about a Buddhist application of feminism (complete with an imagistic embodiment found in a Russian Punk Rkr cartoon…)long journaling by my newly silk-scarved alter this morning, goddess cards, Mother Moon Monastery and their guerilla food kitchen and permaculture project, and the fabulous I-Cannot-Say-This-Enough power of whimsy and imagination, tough funk & total…