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Don’t Drag The Patriarchy Into Enlightenment

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Art by Maria Chambers

If you have spent some time here at soulsoothinsounds you’ll notice I bring up the patriarchy a lot.  And it’s primarily to remind us that it hasn’t gone anywhere.  That it’s still here, and it’s trying to maintain control on the planet.  It senses that there’s a new gal in town, and that it may be gasping its last breath.

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The Mother Of All Creation

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Art by Maria Chambers

Here in America, back in the 1950’s many of us watched a tv series called Father Knows Best.  It was about a ‘wholesome’ white middle class family.  And it kept true to its title.  The dad was portrayed as a kind, compassionate man to everyone, but everyone kept pretty much within their gender roles.  But most of us, over time began to notice that father doesn’t know best.

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It’s Time To ‘Woman Up’ And Trust The Feminine

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Art by Maria Chambers

We have all heard ad nauseum the expressions for being strong, like man-up.  Take it like a man.  Don’t be a girl. (I’m sparing you the really offensive words here.)  They have been used by all genders.  And most people laugh and shrug it off. But if this perspective continues, things will not look good for humanity. They aren’t looking great right now.  So what will save mankind? Certainly not becoming bigger, stronger, more powerful, more stoic, or more intelligent. Certainly not being even more mentally focused.

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Social Change, Enlightenment And Body Image Trends

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Art by Maria Chambers

Author’s note:  I ran across this older post that I never published.  So I updated it a bit, and here it is.

Here in the United States, in the 50s And 60s, before women’s liberation, the female gender was encouraged to look like Jane Mansfield or Marilyn Monroe.  Curvy and full-figured.  At the time I was a stick.  While my female classmates in grammar school were breaking in their training bras, I was still wearing tee shirts. Continue reading