Iconic WomanEvery Iconic Woman was the Inconvenient Woman of her time. Iconic Women are timeless and fearless. Their accomplishments are imprinted on our consciousness and represent great cultural significance to a specific group of people, a place, or a period in history. Iconic women are activists and agents of change; patriots and warriors; they make history and challenge political paradigms. Iconic Women are reflections of the power of the Goddess.
Gloria Steinem – Making Menstruation Matter
Holy Hormones Journal July 26, 2013 I was privileged and honored to attend the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research Conference in NYC. earlier this summer. The conference was held at Marymount Manhattan College – in downtown. It has been years since I had been back in the city – and I enjoyed it immensely. Over Continue Reading …
Eve Ensler Urges One Billion Rise for Global Day of Action to End Violence Against Women
It's not very British is it, asking people to get up and dance? And not just for a bop either, but as part of a mass protest movement organised for next Valentine's Day. But the cause couldn't be any more important – a call to end violence against women and girls. Violence that affects 70% of women around the world, according to the UN.
Christina England: Child Protection or Pharma/Government Protection?
Leslie Carol Botha: My colleague Christina England exposes another dark side of vaccine injury: when parents are accused of child abuse and have their children removed from home. In one, case the innocent father was blamed for the death of his daughter and is now serving life imprisonment. Christina has helped hundreds of families Continue Reading …
Iconic ‘Cosmo Girl’ Helen Gurley Brown Dies
Helen Gurley Brown, the longtime editor of Cosmopolitan magazine who invited millions of women to join the sexual revolution, has died.