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Marie Stopes: Feminist, Eroticist, Eugenicist By William Garrett
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This book brings together in a single volume Marie Stopes' essential writings. In his Introduction, Professor Garrett sets her ideas into historical context and assesses the extent to which those... More > ideas are, and will continue to become, part of the 21st century.< Less
DRUIDRY AND TRANSPERSONAL HISTORY By Thomas Daffern
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The aim of this Mt Haemus research is to examine Druid histpry in the light of developments in 20th century transpersonal psychology, including Jung, Maslow, Wilber and Grof and to assess their... More > potential for contributing to the development of transpersonal history, which in turn can be used to re-examine Druid history. The paper builds on from the author’s doctoral thesis, which argued for the need for a new genre of historiography (like feminist history, or economic history) namely transpersonal history, arguing that we need an objective, scientific way of doing historical research, that can take cognizance of the subjective and spiritual dimensions of people’s lives, and the immense implications such inner experiences can have for outer events and circumstances.< Less
HISTORY OF GENDER EQUALITY: NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS By JOSEPH WANSHE
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This research is a journey into the history of gender equality. It is concerned primarily with the beginning of the gender consciousness which has naturally led to the emergence of numerous... More > non-governmental organizations around the world. The study begins with the international perspective of the matter, sampling the different times and modes of origins in different parts of the world before the internationalization of the gender struggle. The feminist organizations had started in smaller forms in different nations before the world even became aware that gender inequality was indeed a global phenomenon and a matter of human rights. It only became a mater of time before governments and international organizations such as the United Nations would pick up the issue.< Less
HISTORY OF GENDER EQUALITY: NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS By JOSEPH WANSHE
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This research is a journey into the history of gender equality. It is concerned primarily with the beginning of the gender consciousness which has naturally led to the emergence of numerous... More > non-governmental organizations around the world. The study begins with the international perspective of the matter, sampling the different times and modes of origins in different parts of the world before the internationalization of the gender struggle. The feminist organizations had started in smaller forms in different nations before the world even became aware that gender inequality was indeed a global phenomenon and a matter of human rights. It only became a mater of time before governments and international organizations such as the United Nations would pick up the issue.< Less
Furious Tales By Andrew Mitchell
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The Paper Bag Princess meets Conan the Barbarian in a series of comically epic adventures. What would happen if a sweet innocent girly princess found herself in the depths of the Hyborean Age? Get a... More > big sword and cut her own way through history!< Less
More than a Grandmother By Poetry by Ingrid Reti
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More Than A Grandmother is a lovely and loving selection of Ingrid Reti’s poetry that spans the past twenty years of her life. It is so much more than a poetry collection with arbitrary,... More > thematic-based sections. Ms. Reti’s work is a memoir of an unforgettable life, richly observed and lived with great resilience, strength, and courage. Her poems, written in clear, simple language, are insightful, humorous, full of nature’s awe and sometimes heartbreaking as they reveal universal truths. Ingrid Reti has taught literature and creative writing classes in the San Luis Obispo area for over twenty-five years. Reti is well known for her Steinbeck and Big Sur literary bus tours. She is also the author of Ephemera (Tabula Rasa Press 1987), Echoes of Silence (1989) and Steinbeck Country Revisted (Central Coast Books 2000). Her profiles, articles on California history, library news column, book reviews, and poetry have been published in many local and national magazines.< Less
More than a Grandmother By Poetry by Ingrid Reti
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More Than A Grandmother is a lovely and loving selection of Ingrid Reti’s poetry that spans the past twenty years of her life. It is so much more than a poetry collection with arbitrary,... More > thematic-based sections. Ms. Reti’s work is a memoir of an unforgettable life, richly observed and lived with great resilience, strength, and courage. Her poems, written in clear, simple language, are insightful, humorous, full of nature’s awe and sometimes heartbreaking as they reveal universal truths. Ingrid Reti has taught literature and creative writing classes in the San Luis Obispo area for over twenty-five years. Reti is well known for her Steinbeck and Big Sur literary bus tours. She is also the author of Ephemera (Tabula Rasa Press 1987), Echoes of Silence (1989) and Steinbeck Country Revisted (Central Coast Books 2000). Her profiles, articles on California history, library news column, book reviews, and poetry have been published in many local and national magazines.< Less
Sermons for A Lesbian Tent Revival By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious “Lesbian Tent Revival.” Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women’s festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less
Sermons for A Lesbian Tent Revival By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious “Lesbian Tent Revival.” Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women’s festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less
Sermons for a Lesbian Tent Revival: By Sister Carolyn of the Sisterhood of the Sacred Synapse By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious "Lesbian Tent Revival." Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women's festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less