“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.
A feminist epistemology would approach the nature of truth differently. Instead of looking for one objective Truth, it would acknowledge the many relative Truths that we are able to experience.