A Room of One’s Own – Georgiann Carlson

“Men think that women can’t write,” said one of the women, grinning widely. “That’s the funniest thing I've ever heard,” chuckled another.  “Men can’t put two words together, unless they have to do with sex or violence, and they don’t seem to know anything about sex” "Or women in general.” They all laughed at that. “What they … Continue reading A Room of One’s Own – Georgiann Carlson

When God Was a Woman – Christine E. Ray

Sunday morning sermons delivered from man-made pulpits echo in our ears his-story books that line school shelves providing the warp the weft that weave the elaborate mythic tapestry a master-piece of collective amnesia millenniums in the making a palatable image to hang on our walls of an all-knowing, all-powerful thunderous God his pristine ivory robes … Continue reading When God Was a Woman – Christine E. Ray