Where Are the Women?
Noting the surprising absence of women at the leading
edge of cultural change, Debold asks what happened to the
revolution that women started in the last half of the 20th
century—and calls women to once again aspire to transform
the status quo.
Igniting a Spark of Power
The politics of women's liberation in North Africa
Exploring the politics of women's liberation in North Africa. An interview with Donna Zajonc.
Women Who Sleep with Their Gurus ... and Why They Love It
There's a lot more to guru sex scandals than innocent victims fallen prey to unscrupulous teachers. Whether they're after wealth, security, social status, or enlightenment, women love men at the top, and they have for four million years.
Liberation Without a Face
A feminist activist and author interviews her male spiritual teacher about why women's liberation and spiritual liberation have nothing to do with each other.
I'm Not Here to Audition!
“'Mastery' implies that there's something under you-usually a slave. It's the mastery of the world that's gotten us into the mess we're in.” An outrageous, outspoken evangelist of health and fitness speaks out on enlightenment, women's empowerment and having the guts to tell the truth.
Why Women Don't Like the Word "Mastery"
“A literary agent once told me that if she put a call out for autobiographies, the next day she would have fifty on her desk from men and none from women.” A developmental psychologist shares some intriguing insights on why getting women to speak about self-mastery can be a difficult task.