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WIP: Feminist Solidarity

After a lull in the Workshop due to the depression I previously mentioned, and the lack of space I’ve always complained about, I finally got back in the saddle and pulled out my x-acto knife today. 80 more words



During the kindergarten field trip, I had an epiphany of sorts. You see, I’ve always known that women are strong. Strong looks like endurance and patience and determination. 362 more words

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Personality Profile: Britta Seifert

When Britta Seifert joined the Peace Corps in April of 2013, she was warned she would have little, if any, impact as a volunteer.

But after a year in Toktogul, Kyrgyzstan, Seifert, a health education volunteer, strongly disagrees. 799 more words

Free Women

I just finished reading Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook.  It is a wonderfully bold book charting, amongst other important events and cultural/social changes, the freedom of women. 216 more words


Radfems Respond Backlash: Getting to the Heart of the Issue

We are saddened to report that the Multnomah Quaker Meeting House has caved to demands to renege on our contract to rent the space.

We are especially saddened to have to report that their stated reasons for participating in the ongoing blacklisting of gender-critical women indicate that they have bought into the blatant lies and smears of a small minority of people who use bullying, deception, and intimidation to close down open dialogue. 831 more words

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Choices: Self-Determination for Women

For a woman, self-determination is a subconscious desire. When men identify, acknowledge and validate this primal need, everyone is happier. Wise men acknowledge this basic need and work it into their relationships with women. 1,487 more words


Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Women's Rights in Saudi Arabia

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. 949 more words

Human Rights