Tag Archive: Patriarchy

A Good One

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Want to hear a good one? Corporate America’s got religion. Apparently some huge corporations don’t want to pay for certain contraceptives mandated under the Affordable Care Act they consider being tantamount to abortion.… Continue reading

There Was No Sexual Revolution Part 4

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Statistics say 95% of females in America don’t like their bodies, but I think it’s more. I’ve never met another woman who didn’t have some kind of negative feelings about the skin she… Continue reading

Ecstasy: Humanity’s First Religion Part Two

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Authentic, holistic ecstasy is not possible under patriarchy.  Human history however, did not begin with the institutions of the Patriarchy. Early humanity related to the female sex and to itself in a vastly… Continue reading

Something Personal

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This is my first shot at blogging. I can be a word snob, and I’m not drawn to the word blog; it’s not at all pretty or exotic, although it slides off the… Continue reading

There Was No Sexual Revolution Part Three

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Yesterday I was in Target pushing my cart down a long wide isle lined on both sides with massive posters of nubile, half-dressed teenage girls in some kind of sexually suggestive posture, and… Continue reading

Not a Disclaimer, A Gentle Warning

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In this set of articles I am speaking out against patriarchy, not men. Every seasoned feminist at least once in her life is called a man-hater. In other words, if a woman defends… Continue reading