Max Dashu has posted significant excerpts of her multi volume project on the history of witchcraft at her Suppressed Histories website for years, and publication of her research in book form has been eagerly anticipated. This first installment (which Dashu … Continue reading →
I have a post in this week’s Return to Mago eZine: This Disappearing Leadership, in response to what happened at Fayetteville Goddess Festival. It’s about a need to reflect on power and control tactics being used in the Pagan communities.
Thistle Pettersen is a songwriter from Madison, Wisconsin. This is from her collection Animal Dreams.
What do we want? Something or other.When do we want it? Sometime. The morning of the Women’s March I walked out to my car and discovered my rear driver’s side tire was low. Not flat, but low enough that I … Continue reading →
The big Women’s March in DC is this Saturday January 21st, and I will be attending one the “sister marches” in Lewis, New York. This march will begin at the gravesite of suffragist Inez Milholland with a follow-up rally at … Continue reading →
This week marks my five year anniversary of blogging. I have blogged consistently over these years for a total of 297 posts. I will be making some changes to this blog over the next year. I will be updating the … Continue reading →
I don’t know how many of my readers are aware of the banning of a feminist from New Zealand from the Wellington Zinefest for her political beliefs.** Renee Gerlich had her registration refunded and was asked not to participate in … Continue reading →
Regular readers of this blog are aware of what I think about censorship. (I don’t like it, even if you think your views are correct.) When the forthcoming publication of Female Erasure was announced less than a year ago, an … Continue reading →
Finally. How can the week go by without a feminist American blog commenting on this? But really, what more is there to say? Every time I started to get enraged by all the misogyny from the Left and the media … Continue reading →
The online review of women’s spirituality books published in 2015 will be this Wednesday December 16th at 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. You can access the program meeting room starting at 2:45 pm with this link: 2015 Goddess/Feminine Divine Books … Continue reading →