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Thu Mar 29, 2012, 01:18 PM

New DU Group: History of Feminism

History of Feminism

Gender & Orientation > History of Feminism

The History of Feminism group serves as a safe haven to discuss, and learn the history of feminism. Apply the lessons of historical and modern day feminist struggles to current issues and events that impact women. This group will also serve as safe haven for women (and supporters of feminism) to openly and honestly discuss and learn how the patriarchy affects women individually and collectively.

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Reply New DU Group: History of Feminism (Original post)
Skinner Mar 2012 OP
BlueToTheBone Mar 2012 #1
efhmc Mar 2012 #2
hlthe2b Mar 2012 #3
patricia444 Jul 2012 #4

Response to Skinner (Original post)

Thu Mar 29, 2012, 01:28 PM

1. Thanks. I look forward to learning about culture

of women around the world. All our stories have one thing in common, all were ended by the Patriarchy and the whole world has suffered the effects.

Here is to raising the Mother in all Her glorious robes of words and traditions (mutilated though they are)
:namaste:

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Response to Skinner (Original post)

Thu Mar 29, 2012, 04:59 PM

2. Thanks. Recommended book of 2 amazing women I had never heard of.

Sisters of Sinai http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/06/books/review/Alexander-t.html?_r=1 "Agnes and Margaret Smith, identical Scottish twins, whose travels to St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai desert resulted in the electrifying discovery of one of the oldest manuscripts of the Gospels ever found." Makes me wonder how many historical women we will never know about because there were no written record of them. Thanks to a book review, I learned of and read about these women and I am hoping this site will help to connect me with more information about other historical women.

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Response to Skinner (Original post)

Thu Mar 29, 2012, 05:21 PM

3. Thank you, Skinner, Elad, EarlG.

Much appreciated.

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Mon Jul 2, 2012, 02:49 PM

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