Finding Woman

Dress Up When I was young, I used to slip into my mom’s high heels, clumsily put on her lipstick and wrap a towel around my head to pretend I had long hair. I’d stand on top of the treadmill and pretend to teach a classroom full of invisible children. The powerful women I noticed […]

DANGEROUS WOMEN TRIBE: Come on a Journey with Us

Today is launch day for Dangerous Women Tribe, the membership component of SheLoves. I am pinching myself. I’ve been sitting at my computer for days, trying to remember to drink water, eat, breathe. Today is launch day. For nearly seven years, we have been publishing women’s voices. We have stood in the gap between the silencing […]

Sometimes We’re a Little Too Willing to Sacrifice

There’s a story going around Facebook this week about a woman who was asked to take notes in a work meeting. One of her male colleagues started his presentation and out of nowhere said, “Martha, you take notes.” He kept going without even waiting for a response. At the end of his presentation he asked […]

Our Daughters are Watching

In February, I had the opportunity to attend Rise Up, Sister! in Chiliwack, BC. We spent four days sharing our stories and discussing issues of justice and equality and collectively raising the voice of women in the world. It was an empowering and yet comforting time and I am deeply changed by the time spent in […]

Sunlight + Prophetic Imagination = Revolution

When I was a little girl I used to spread out on my back under trees and watch the sunlight tickle the tips of the leaves. Their shadows would flutter across my face and ripple down my arms in a flurry of fantastic patterns. And then, as the sun slowly arced and bent, my eyes […]