Celebrating Spirituality and Art in Women’s Everyday Lives
06 Apr 2014 1 Comment
by Carolyn Lee Boyd
in Everyday Life
Tags: feminism, questioning, women's spirituality
To read a new post of mine about asking essential and uncomfortable questions as a spiritual practice on the wonderful site Feminism and Religion, please click here.
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Apr 07, 2014 @ 15:03:39
I found this post so thought-provoking. I had never thought so clearly about the power of questioning. It was also very illuminating to read the other comments on the Feminism and Religion website. Now I am going to think about what questions I can be asking. It is very refreshing to hear unapologetic feminist thought. I have been a feminist since 1970 when I was 15, and have despaired over all the “I’m not a feminist, but…” that I hear and read. Claim your feminism proudly!
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