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Feminism and Religion · 21h ago

Why I Stay by Gina Messina

Why do you stay?  It is a question I am often asked – but not because I am in an abusive r...
Feminism and Religion · 1d ago

Happiness Habits by Katey Zeh

Finding joy has never been a priority for me in terms of how I structure my life. A long-t...
Feminism and Religion · 2d ago

“Oh For a Pair of Clean Dry Warm Socks” by Carol P. Christ

Stories about refugees in the island of Lesbos (where I live) are no longer front page new...
Feminism and Religion · 3d ago

How My Pets Have Taught Me Compassion for All Beings by Ivy Helman

My cat is a hunter.  You can see it in her eyes.  She plays fetch considerably better than the dog and seems to enjoy playing with her “kill” – throwing it up in the air, batting it around a...
Feminism and Religion · 4d ago

Goddesses of Mindfulness for a New Year Feminism and Religion by Angela Yarber

I’ll be honest. For me, 2017 royally sucked. Though “feminism” was dubbed the “word of the year” by Merriam-Webster’s—as evidenced by the Women’s March, the Handmaid’s Tale, Wonder Woman, an...
Feminism and Religion · 5d ago

Being a Woman & Using Certain FOUR-letter Words by Valentina Khan

Throughout my life I refrained from hard core cursing and substituted certain four letter words with modified publicly suitable words. I just didn’t think it was becoming of me to curse, but...
Feminism and Religion · 6d ago

Considering Our Spaces in the Pursuit of Justice by Elise M. Edwards

This past summer, my friend and I were perusing the exhibits at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture when she urgently called for my attention.  “Psst… Isn’t this where you are from?” she asked, pointing at a placard... Read Mo...
Feminism and Religion · 1w ago

Sunday Shaming by Alison Downie

On a recent Friday, I learned that the 43 year old husband of someone I went to graduate school with, parent of four young children, died suddenly. Though I had been out of touch with my gra...
Feminism and Religion · 1W ago

Human Elements in Plants: Wisdom and Botanical Lore by Nazia Islam

My paternal side of the family comes from an extensive line of farmers. They were notable for growing eggplants, but they held all sorts of agricultural knowledge. My maternal side of the fa...
Feminism and Religion · 1W ago

Reclaiming My Body by Carol P. Christ

Shortly after writing “Asking for Help,” a blog in which I described losing my physical strength following a series injuries, I finally took a friend’s advice—mainly to stop her from badgeri...