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Pap Smears I Have Known by Molly Meade

Your body is your own. This may seem obvious. But to inhabit your physical self fully, with no apology, is a true act of power.” 1,494 more words


When Networking Feels Like My Soul is Dying by Melody Stanford

A few months ago I sat down to eat with Dr. Kwok Pui Lan. We were meeting because I had voiced some personal struggles during our class, and she offered to have a meal with me.  1,176 more words


Meditating on Oneness by Amy Wright Glenn

At the age of fourteen, I began to question the Mormon faith of my family. I embarked on a life long personal and scholarly quest for truth. 1,368 more words


Refracting ‘health’ - Deleuze, Guattari and body-self

This article considers ‘health’ and issues of embodiment through the prism of Deleuze and Guattari’s framework of theory. Deleuze and Guattari speak of an… 125 more words


Our Loss of Od by Deanne Quarrie

Freyja is an Old Icelandic goddess of the Earth, fertility, and beauty. Her name means “Lady.”  Freyja is known to be very beautiful and sexual. It is thought that Freyja was first in union with Od.  1,025 more words


Terry Pratchett's Discworld, Feminist Theology, and Finitude by Linn Tonstad

In David Kelsey’s theological anthropology, Eccentric Existence, he emphasizes that finitude renders creation vulnerable, but he still insists on the goodness of what he terms the “quotidian proximate contexts” in which human life is lived: our ordinary, everyday lives. 891 more words


What is Embodiment?

Its about time I shared with you all the meaning of embodiment! I’ll let my teacher and mentor define it for us:

“Embodiment means anything that gets you out of the dangerous neighborhood called “your head” and into the much more interesting turf called your body. 258 more words