Growing up, I wasn’t like the Other Girls, with their chatter and their shopping and their Britney Spears songs. I read a book and drank a tea in silent superiority.
In Ursula K. Le Guin’s classic short story “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas,” all seems well in the bright city of Omelas, where peace and prosperity are every person’s birthright, and where the citizens live in comfortable harmony with each other. As the story progresses, though, the reader reaches the unsettling revelation that […]
As promised, this post accompanies the Christian Feminist Podcast’s first episode, “Introductions and Intersections (Part 1).” (You can find the show notes here, and the episode here or on iTunes.) In that episode, recorded over a year ago now, Victoria Farmer, Shelah Woodruff, and I discussed what being a Christian feminist means to each of […]