In the Merry Merry Month of May I have always loved the month May. In the area of the U.S. in which I grew up May was filled with blossoms. Probably due to being a May baby, the lilac blossoms, peony blossoms, trillium, lily of the valley, hepatica, and so many more seemed like they heralded the arrival of my personal holiday. May is a boom time for blooms. What is … [Read more...] about In The Merry Merry Month of May
I had written quite a bit, about Wonder Woman for the W post, but like some earlier entries, I held off on publication, and am glad I did. I still adore the concept of a wonder woman, not to be confused with a superwoman, but a concept I love even more is the concept of the Woke Woman. She is the real superhero. She is us. We are awakening. You woke? If you aren't you … [Read more...] about Iconic W: Can White Women Be Woke?
We are celebrating Women's History Month this year with images that inform and empower, and often, when you learn the backstory, piss you off. On social media we will be using the hashtag #WHM18 on our posts so you can follow along. I personally adore this image from the program of the … [Read more...] about Women's History Month
Women require information to govern in a democratic fashion just as do men. Understanding the evolution of a government, the systems from which it emerged, is essential to preservation, and betterment, of that government. Trajectories are real aspects of living systems and exert influence on contemporary processes. From 18th century France, there were three estates of … [Read more...] about Women, Information, and Estates of Governance
This started out as my ME TOO story and it still is, part of it is anyway… the meta-story of a movement. The #metoo phenomena is not just about sexual assault or harassment. It is about speaking truth to power. Speaking truth, telling our stories, strengthens us. The voice in our heads becomes the voice in the streets. It has been almost one hundred years since women … [Read more...] about One Story of the ME TOO Stories