Tag Archives: feminism

Bloody Valentines: Mary Shelley’s Tell-Tale Heart ~ Christine Valentor

Reblogged from witchlike: We all know that Mary Shelley is the author of Frankenstein, a phenomenal work of Gothic horror. But did you know that the gory details of Mary Shelley’s life itself read better than any novel? Perhaps the … Continue reading

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Who?

“You’d make a lousy feminist!” My son’s words followed me down the garden path as I left. As a child of my generation, I am used to the changing face of the familiar, but his throwaway comment of, ‘It’s a … Continue reading

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This isn’t working… Barb Taub

Reblogged from Barb Taub: Excerpt from my new book, Life Begins When The Kids Leave Home And The Dog Dies (Sorry about the really long intro:) There was a video making the rounds on Facebook, a collection of clips from … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon – Maiden, Mother, Crone by Helen Jones

Helen Jones shares the first part of her experience at the Silent Eye’s Solstice of the Moon weekend: When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.’ I should have expected it, really. It was, after all, a Silent Eye … Continue reading

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