(Video) 'Vagina Manifesto' by Maria Palacios

Maria Palacios (Click above to view the video) Maria Palacios performs her Vagina Manifesto in Sins Invalid 2009 at Brava Theater in San Francisco.

'My First Metaphysics Lesson' by Harriet Ann Ellenberger

(metaphysics: the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things) In the fall of 1964, I was a freshman scholarship student at a small liberal arts college Read More …

(Art) 'Nu Gua' by Lydia Ruyle

Nu Gua creates the world as a serpent Goddess. The tree of life grows from her and seven suns. Two of her animal spirits are the crow for death in Read More …

(Video) 'A Journey to the Heart of Things' by Janie Rezner

A Journey to the Heart of Things  (Click above to view the video.) The video is my 20 minute performance at the Matriarchal Studies Conference held at San Francisco’s Fishermans Read More …

(Poem) 'Crane Dance' by Anne Wilkerson Allen

Crane Dance We danced at the edge of pale waters, not caring if we missed a step or fell into the wake of each others jubilance.   We leapt in Read More …

(Poem) Lest I Be Accused of Mariolatry by Barbara Daughter

Lest I Be Accused of Mariolatry Years later I heard her Mocking derision Like an echo. As though the Saints And Holy Water Could heal, Would heal, What her prayers Read More …

(Art) Baba Yaga by Lydia Ruyle

Baba Yaga is flying in her magical cauldron and steering with her broom. She is accompanied by three white mother geese. She is a favorite in Russian fairy tales. Baba Read More …

De-mystifying the Nature Phenomenon by Anna McBain

“In truth, the female role throughout the biological world is quite complex with an alpha or dominant female leading the social and educational factors of her family members.” Women have Read More …

(Art) Girl in the Wall by Niki Pidd

The wall opens as the child peers through. What seems fixed becomes mutable through the child’s eyes. The child, ever young, reminds us that time will crumble all walls. If Read More …

(Poem) Roots by Anne Wilkerson Allen

Roots I don’t understand the languages of the ancestors, but I hear them speak to me in birdsong, communicating through the shapes of leaves, navigating the patterns of rough bark Read More …

(Photo Essay 1) 'Gaeyang Halmi, the Sea Goddess of Korea' by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

Part I: Living Tradition Bearers and Her Shrine, Suseong-dang I had the privilege to join a field trip to collect the folk stories of Gaeyang Halmi, the Sea Goddess, in Read More …

Winter-Spring EarthGaian Wisdom: Invoking the Power of Brigid, the Mother Creator by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D.

In the Southern Hemisphere we have just passed the Earth holy-day of Winter Solstice, which was in late June; and are moving into Early Spring which may be marked and Read More …