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"Fields of Love/ Campos del amor"

Poetry can heal… La poesía sana…It takes us deep into our emotional self, our inner psyche. I wrote this poem in one of my many life transitions, and it helped me to cope with my direct experience of sadness and letting go.

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"The Coiled Serpent"

“When I was nine my little girl body faced the challenges of patriarchal authority. The silencing of my voice opened my eyes to class and ethnic distinctions as well as the cathartic power of the serpent as metaphor for women’s solidarity and transformation.

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Saphira dan #JadiAIRIS | Perspektif Eco-Feminis

Jadi ceritanya, saya tau AIRIS dari postingan instagram kak Saphira.

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…di kampus saya, ada kaka tingkat yang saya kagumi, namanya Kak… 682 more words

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(Prose Part 2) The Bear Goddess in Europe by Sara Wright

The Greek Artemis was the goddess associated with Wilderness and “wild places” once included all animals, birds, and their habitat. Artemis also reigned over childbirth, and was seen to be a protector of women, so we see her here as a Great Wild Mother figure. 1,485 more words

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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. 436 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

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