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Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by feminism.

*Raises hand until she dislocates her arm*

Hi there! My name is Marilia, I’m a wannabe writer and… feminism has ruined my life.

Sorry, that was a little clickbaity. 965 more words


What Is “Egalitarian Matriarchy” and Why Is It So Often Misunderstood? by Carol P. Christ

In their purest form, “egalitarian matriarchies” place the mother principle at the center of culture and society. Their highest values are the love, care, and generosity they associate with motherhood. 1,474 more words


Moon Dust and Rainbows: Food, Health, and the Reproduction of Society

On March 29th, 2018 I spoke about my research on food allergy entrepreneurship and activism and what lessons it holds for innovation and social justice at the… 179 more words


Ecofeminism: An Overview

Pooja Sajanani is one of Breaking the Glass Ceiling’s regular contributors.

The Oxford dictionary defines ecofeminism as, “A philosophical and political movement that combines ecological concerns with feminist ones, regarding both as resulting from male domination of society.” However, this is just one of the many different perspectives of ecofeminism or feminist environmental philosophy. 925 more words

Poem of the Week

It’s National Poetry Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing a poem with you each Wednesday in April! Today’s choice is from Alexis Pauline Gumbs’s brand-new poetry collection  585 more words

In The News

The Descent of Man

Coline Baralon is a first year in International Relations, with a growing interest for feminism, human rights and diplomacy.

“When talking to men about masculinity, I often feel I am trying to talk to fish about water”1, says Grayson Perry, a 57 years old British transvestite artist, in his reflective book… 1,043 more words

Feminist or Women's Movement, it doesn't matter (to men).

This time of year it is perfectly normal to walk the halls of Adrian College and have the opportunity to see what is known as “poster sessions” in the halls. 520 more words