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Saviya Lopez| Menstrual Art?

The year 2015, has witnessed an extraordinary focus on the menstruation of women in social media. For instance, the photo-sharing website/app – Instagram got itself tangled in a controversy of events when it decided to remove photographs of artist and poet – Rupi Kaur, who had posted images of herself lying on a bed with a period stain. 432 more words

(Prose Part 1) The Bear Goddess in Europe by Sara Wright

“It is very peaceful with the bears; the people say that’s the reason human beings seldom return.”  Leslie Marmon Silko

The mythology of the Bear Goddess has its roots in all continents and appears in all circumpolar cultures. 1,513 more words


Connection and Co-Existence

Everyday I am in awe of the beauty and magic of nature, and much of my Instagram feed is devoted to honoring the natural world. In fact, we are seeing a huge trend right now in plant appreciation. 332 more words


7 Women Who Influenced the Environmental Movement

Since March is Women’s History Month, I wanted to share with you a little about women who influenced the environmental movement. Some of these women might not be known to the general public, but their work should not go unnoticed.  1,336 more words

Modern Feminism

“I think the problem is that there has been a kind of backlash against feminism. I think women just didn’t really see themselves winning that fight, and I think that probably led to a lot women feeling trapped in a perpetual cycle of disappointment – trying to be feminists and failing to be.” 648 more words

Landscape and Masculinity in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms

In A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway uses landscapes to underline various narrative positions on masculinity and gender roles more generally. Hemingway’s use of aestheticised landscapes is difficult to disentangle from the ecofeminist perspective of a nature dominated by the patriarchal, male gaze, but this reading would tell only part of the story. 4,449 more words