Learn the simple hand signal that can prevent violence during quarantine
Rev. Dr. Barbara Welch, a specialist in recovery from abuse, trauma, and addiction, discusses ways to grieve for your dead loved ones How do you engage in the public rituals of grief in a time of pandemic? when we are at our most vulnerable emotionally and physically, the additional burden of being unable to mark … Continue reading Special Pandemic Guest Blogger: Grieving At Home Alone
Women and Girls are especially impacted misogyny and social deficits under patriarchy
Brigid's lessons for turning Darkness to Light
Whether it’s “Moms Demand Action” or “Yes, We Code”, or the class of professional women in government we have come to know through televised events—Prosecutors, Judges, Ambassadors, Accountants, Attorneys, Assistants, Fact Witnesses, or elected officials—we are seeing everywhere that women are refusing to sit down and shut up. If anything, crises ranging from Climate Emergency … Continue reading “Speaking Truth to Nonsense: Women are doing the “heavy lifting” in calling government to account”
Today, in 1917, NEW YORK becomes an equal suffrage state! Read more HERE!
African Women Farmers Create Mermaid Art Image from #WOMENSART @WomanArt1 . For more wonderful images check blog at http://Womensartblog.wordpress.com You might be thinking that rural women, women living under occupation, or in dreadful circumstances, really can't make any impact on our global climate emergency---and why would,they even want to, given all they are going through? … Continue reading Palestinian Women Farmers Turn Renewable Agricultural Waste Into Energy and Family Income!
Are You More Than A Body? Lots of people seem to think that girls and women are defined, and only valued, by their physical sexual characteristics. This view is embedded in most cultures at a very deep level, both in terms of concrete social practices (veiling, enforced modesty codes, segregation) and within the psyches of … Continue reading Happy International Day of the Girl, 2019! Ask “Are You More Than a Body?”
Time is running out! Change is one of those ambivalent features of human life. Like it or not, we will all encounter it. Embodiment Means Change As an embodied creature living on a linear timeline, with significant cyclical ‘repeats’, some change seems lovely—another spring! Another holiday! Another phase of the moon! But other changes are … Continue reading BODIES! When Change is NOT Your Friend…
Wow! Things are certainly changing in Medieval Studies, thanks to the intersectional approaches of scholars formerly excluded from the field. "WHY would a Muslim (African/ Woman/ American/ Asian/ handicapped/ LGBTIQ/ etc.) want to study the Middle Ages in N. Europe? Weird!", such scholars often hear when they present themselves in graduate studies or at conferences … Continue reading SPECIAL TRANSGENDER ISSUE! Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality | Vol 55 | No. 1