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Kate Skegg: Dare to Dream: Get Educated!

My Guest Blogger this week, Kate Skegg, is doing great work with the Illinois American Association of University Women (AAUW). We both attend a “Meet Up” where we learn about WordPress, blogging and social media. At our January meeting she filled us in on her latest project, The Dare to Dream: Get Educated event for Latina girls and their moms. She barely finished telling us about it before I asked her...

Rev. Duncan Newcomer: The Coming Victory

I have to tell you that one of the greatest joys of this blog for me is to give voice to friends who haven’t caught the blogging bug yet but who have voices that need to be heard. My friend, Duncan Newcomer, really should have his own site. He has lots of important things to say. But until he creates his own, he is welcome to be a guest blogger on the Sacred Feminist. Thank you, Duncan, for your contribution....

A little help for the Sacred Feminist?

I am doing a little “Sacred Feminist Research” and there are a few reasons why. I am interested in what moves other Sacred Feminists to action and I would like to help to bring inspiration to that in this blog. Also, I have been reading many other blogs about religion, feminism, some combination of the two and some anti-feminism blogs by women. The spectrum of material and views is amazing. I would love...

Rev. Dr. Duncan Newcomer: What General Petraeus really needed.

My friend, Duncan, brings us a totally new vision to the “Petraeus affair.” Even though this scenario has played out many times in history, there has been a lot of theorizing about how something like this could happen. I really love Duncan’s nonjudgmental¬†understanding of what the general and many men are struggling with and how the sacred feminine will help.¬† There are two books I would want the...

Diana Piedra: Yoga, Action, and Sacred Feminism

I am honored to introduce my guest blogger, Diana Piedra, a friend and wonderful yoga teacher. She embodies all aspects of the practice of yoga. She is as beautiful in spirit as she is in body. When she responded to my recent post, “Why is there a market for sexual slavery?”, I asked her if she could elaborate on her recent experience with yoga trainer Seane Corn. These two women are fabulous Sacred...

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