Graduation Day! — Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of graduating from Mama Gena's Virtual Pleasure Boot Camp at the School of Womanly Arts. I feel so blessed, grateful and proud to have been one of over 500 Sister Goddesses to take part in this class and the final graduating ceremony, which took place over a Zoom… Continue reading Graduation Day! — Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts

Lilith: The Original Feminist Icon

I recently acquired this pendant showing the Seal of Lilith on the front. I’m still not sure if I’m ready to begin working with Lilith in ritual, but I do know that I’ve been somewhat obsessed with her since I’ve learned of her story. For those of you who don’t know, Lilith was Adam’s first… Continue reading Lilith: The Original Feminist Icon

"Supposing that Truth is a woman--what then?" Nietzsche asks us to consider the possibility (in his preface to Beyond Good and Evil) that "all philosophers ... have failed to understand women," and by extension, the Truth that she represents. Maybe a feminine conception of truth will be opposed to the dogmatism of western philosophical history.… Continue reading

From ‘The Laugh of the Medusa’

“And why don't you write? Write! Writing is for you, you are for you; your body is yours, take it. I know why you haven't written. (And why I didn't write before the age of twenty-seven.) Because writing is at once too high, too great for you, it's reserved for the great-that is for "great… Continue reading From ‘The Laugh of the Medusa’

The Name of the Rose

When I was 23 years old, I took a walk by the river near my father's house on an early summer day. While walking behind our neighbor's yards, my eyes fell on a single red rose, the only one of its kind behind the fence. Stunned by its singular beauty, I stopped for a only… Continue reading The Name of the Rose