Sacred Vulvas and Female History: Interview with Starr Goode

Wow! Holy Sacred Vulvas, Catwoman! It’s not even women’s history month yet, but as we know riches of women’s history are surfacing all over the place in January. Continuing on with the theme of sacred vulvas, I’m happy to offer the content of a phone … continue reading » “Sacred Vulvas and Female History: Interview with Starr Goode”

Women & the Climate of Our Times

Stormy times.

As I write this, Hurricane Matthew, a crystal clear sign of climate change, is off the coast of Florida after  ravaging Haiti and damaging parts of Cuba. Again and again, climate scientists declare that this type of hurricane is the “new normal.” It’s … continue reading » “Women & the Climate of Our Times”

Stitching Together My Own Female History

o continue our mutual celebration of Women’s History month, in today’s post I’m sharing a particular portion of my own family’s female history. One pair of my great-grandparents through my mother’s line were Finnish. Another pair of great-grandparents through my father’s line were Hungarian.

In … continue reading » “Stitching Together My Own Female History”

Minoan goddesses & women

Women’s History Month Focus: Minoan females

ontinuing the celebration of all things wonderfully female, both historically and prehistorically, the featured image is from the island of Crete. The ancient civilization of the Minoans (as we now call them) was very women centered. From archaeological finds, … continue reading » “Minoan goddesses & women”

Gender Wage Equality Forum in Eugene, OR

vent Announcement:


The Zonta Club of Eugene-Springfield is holding their annual community Forum in honor of International Women’s Day—March 8, 2016.  As a member of this club (and the larger organization Zonta International), I wanted to let friends, fans, and community members know of … continue reading » “Gender Wage Equality Forum in Eugene, OR”