An Open Letter to Anti-Feminists, on What Feminism Means

Today, I saw a curious article making its rounds on many, MANY of my Facebook friends’ walls called “I Am A Mother Of Two Children And I Cannot (And Will Not) Support Feminism.” I tried to read it with an open mind, but it really bothered me that the article seemed to demonstrate a fundamental misunderstanding of … Continue reading An Open Letter to Anti-Feminists, on What Feminism Means

On the Corner of Faith and Feminism: An Inclusive Alternative to Femen’s Goals

Originally, this piece appeared as an essay for a Women’s and Gender Studies class. The content has been modified slightly to better fit an online format for a broader audience. Janet Soskice opens Feminism and Theology with the observation that “it is no secret that some feminists regard the term ‘feminist theology’ as an oxymoron.” Soskice acknowledges … Continue reading On the Corner of Faith and Feminism: An Inclusive Alternative to Femen’s Goals