In part two of our conversation with Beth Bartlett and Denise Starkey [find part one here] we find out more about how they found their voices as feminists and the women who inspired them. We touch on the #metoo movement, the husband stitch, and medieval women mystics, plus Beth and Denise answer the question, in the fight to make a better world for women, where do we start? This episode is so chock full of feminist goodness that we're providing links below to help you sort it all out and, perhaps, find your own inspiration.
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Feminists and their writings referenced in the podcast:
Audre Lorde- "Uses of the Erotic" and "The Transformation of Silence into Language and Action"
Adrienne Rich-"Women and Honor"
Mary Daly-Websters' First New Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Language
Medieval women mystics referenced:
Teresa of Ávila
Julian of Norwich
Catherine of Siena
Hildegarde von Bingen
Hundredth monkey theory
The husband stitch