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a study in feminist spirituality (by Carrie D. Swartz); a undergraduate honors study at the University of Colorado; the site is still under construction, so it only gives the first chapter, but also lists a long biblio of books.
a summary of the book by Sherry Ruth Anderson and Patricia Hopkins which is an example of postmodern feminine discourse on the divine.
with tons of links of all religions. (
offering all sorts of databases and site links
"a central directory of lay and monastic Dharma centers, organizations, and practice groups"
offers the addresses of all the Buddhist centers in that area, as well as phone numbers; many have WWW addresses too, so there are many Buddhist links.
like the published magazine, with "Buddhism 101," "Monk's Bag," "Dharma Connections" and other such parts of the site; very informative, offering a clarifying sense of what Buddhism is all about.
offering a long list of books that relate to the subject of women's roles in spirituality and religions, with summaries of the works, as well as reviews and a chance to order them. you can also write up your own reviews for them.
a cool page devoted to The Mother, exploring the great goddess.
an online journal for the study and exhibition of Asian art, much of which is related to Buddhism.
a well-thought-out intelligent page, with links to other pages on the same subject.
"a women's spirituality organization, based in Portland, Oregon, honoring the Divine Feminine and celebrating Goddess in all Her forms... Some of the many traditions we include are: Dianic, Wicca, Pagan, Women's Spirituality, Goddess, Feminist, Interfaith, Earth Centered, Creation Spirituality, Christian, Jewish, Sufi, and New Age."
founded by Swami Kriyananda (J. Donald Walters), a direct disciple of Yogananda.
with links to many different types of pages (art, sociology, lesbian experience, music, spirituality).
a fabulous extensive page with categories of writings and links such as: "Mothertongue: feminist rantings and ravings," "Queerest: lesbian lairs and landscapes," "Libido: sexuality of the radical kind," "Cunnilinguistics: lesbian words and reflections" and many others. (
author of Celebrating the New Moon: A Rosh Chodesh Anthology
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