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The Cult Of The Goddess Kali

In this excerpt from her book Matriarchal Societies Heide Goettner-Abendroth describes her journey to the shrine of Kali, which is at the meeting place of two streams. Heide’s writing brings to life the sacredness of both nature and women.  When they talk about her at all, Europeans describe the cult of Kali, India’s ancient great … Continue reading The Cult Of The Goddess Kali

The Green Flame: With Lierre Keith

In this episode of the Green Flame Lierre Keith Speaks on Biden Executive Order In this timely episode of the Green Flame Jennifer Murnan interviews Lierre Keith regarding a new development in the war on women. That development is Biden’s executive order on “gender identity” signed the day of his inauguration, and it will eviscerate … Continue reading The Green Flame: With Lierre Keith

A new dawn for American women

In this piece Meghan Murphy describes how the new administration in America has brought for the American women. by Meghan Murphy/Feminist Current Across the internet, women have been expressing relief at the end of the Trump era. Even Canadians are posting moving images of Kamala Harris and Jill Biden in outfits representing progress. No true feminist would wear … Continue reading A new dawn for American women

Ready To Resist

In this short essay Salonika relates what resistance personally means to her. By Salonika The system is fucked-up. If you are reading this, you probably know this already. You’re here because you know how fucked-up the system is. You know that it is based on the oppression of humans, nonhumans and the entire planet. You … Continue reading Ready To Resist

Don’t teach your kids to ‘explore gender’ — refuse to teach them ‘gender’ at all

Owen Lloyd, a parent of two young children, reflects on gender, raising children, and how to navigate the maze of gender stereotypes and gender oppression. By Owen Lloyd / Feminist Current Today, my son came inside to show me a caterpillar he had discovered in the yard. He was dressed in his typical fashion, which, … Continue reading Don’t teach your kids to ‘explore gender’ — refuse to teach them ‘gender’ at all

A Strong Argument Cannot be Cancelled

In this article,  Robert Jensen shares a straight-forward view  of Cancel Culture and how critique of a political position is not necessarily directed to mock the people who hold it but rather an invitation to become accountable to one’s obligation to participate in democratic dialogue. Originally published on Feminist Current. Being Canceled In the current … Continue reading A Strong Argument Cannot be Cancelled

The Mignonnes Question

In this piece, Trinity La Fey breaks down Maïmouna Doucouré’s film Mignonnes, which has become extremely controversial. The Mignonnes Question by Trinity La Fey Frenchwoman Maïmouna Doucouré, who wrote and directed ‘Cuties’ (English translation), a film which has sparked an online petition calling for it’s removal from Netflix’s streaming platform, has defended her work against … Continue reading The Mignonnes Question

The Declaration On Women’s Sex-Based Rights

For this episode of the Green Flame we celebrate the United States launch of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign with WHRC U.S. co-contact Thistle Pettersen and U.S. WHRC media moderator Austin DeVille. Our skill-share highlights the WHRC effort to offer mutual support in the face of inevitable backlash: It is of the utmost importance strategically … Continue reading The Declaration On Women’s Sex-Based Rights

Julia Beck on Lesbian Feminism and Gender

This interview with radical lesbian feminist, activist, and writer Julia Beck includes her insights on being politically homeless, girl gangs, the resilience of women (particularly women who have de transitioned), and our need for mutual respect and solidarity and support. Our skill share for this episode is a reading of DGR’s Solidarity Guidelines. Music is … Continue reading Julia Beck on Lesbian Feminism and Gender

Reading ‘Intercourse’ to my Husband

Trinity La Fey writes of sharing walls with abusers, of poverty and work, of finding radical feminism, and of navigating relationships in the midst of a patriarchal society. By Trinity La Fey Background is always tedious; I’ll try not to bore.  Poverty, racism and sexism were not things I gradually discovered.  I spent early years … Continue reading Reading ‘Intercourse’ to my Husband