Category Archives: Feminisms

Just Another Incident of Living While Female #YesAllWomen

I went for a walk tonight in my neighborhood.  This should not be news worthy expect you know – I’m female. If you happen to be a woman, all sorts of normal, everyday things suddenly become dangerous.  Because living while female is … Continue reading

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Beauty as a Virtue: tips from a beauty junkie

Pagan Blog Project 2013 Week 4: Beauty as a personal practice.   So, last week I explored what it means to recognize beauty and hold beauty as a virtue.  Holding beauty as a virtue or something with inherent good means looking for, … Continue reading

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What is really keeping me from my blog: Rape.

A month ago or so, I told myself I’d just jump back into this project and everything would be easy.  I assumed I’d just go right back into PBP.  It was more difficult than I’d imagined. One of the things that … Continue reading

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This is MY Healthcare – not yours

I wrote a dozen posts about rape, Akin, and Mizzourah and trashed them: now that he has unofficially said he’ll drop out I’m going to say this: Just because Todd Akin drops out of the race doesn’t mean we are … Continue reading

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Policy, Politics, and Paganism in Mizzourah: Amendment 2

PBP Week 32: P is for Persecution, Policy, and Politics – which really means I’m going to be talking about identity politics.  I’m going to put it out here and say even if you really don’t give two shits about “politics” or … Continue reading

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How To Project: How To Frame A Debate using Chick-Fill-A Protests

This post is a part of the How-To Project over on Tumbler inviting female bloggers and writers to write their own How-To articles on whatever we are good at.  The inspiration for this Tumbler project comes from the excessively gendered … Continue reading

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Witchy Wednesdays: Exploring Minoan Goddesses

I am totally doing this Witchy Wednesday thing out-of-order.  Some  of these prompts I really like but I don’t have the kind of time I want to put into writing them now. Especially the picture ones, because my cameras aren’t … Continue reading

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Gods, Goddess, and Gender from one’s Grrrl’s Perspective

PBP Week 13 (yay lucky 13!):  G is for Gender I am the kind of Pagan that worships gods and goddesses.  I know not all Pagans do, and even among those of us who do worship gods and goddesses, there is … Continue reading

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Ecofeminism, deep ecology, and dark green religion: PBP week 10

Week 10 of PBP second E post.  E is for Environmentalism and Ecology.  The first few drafts of this post were really science centered and while that’s awesome this blog focuses on Paganism. I do not think science and religion are … Continue reading

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Though heavy my heart shall always be: rebels of the sacred heart

There’s been a lot of noise in the news circles lately about the new healthcare legislation and birth control. The Catholic Church’s refuses to pay for birth control in their businesses. So, what do I care you’re thinking? I know, … Continue reading

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