Reproductive Rites is written by Sarah W. Whedon.
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I haven’t updated this blog in about nine months. Guess what I made since then? A new baby! I don’t currently have any plans to revive Reproductive Rites, but just in case there’s anybody still getting this feed and wondering … Continue reading
Since posting about posting I haven’t really felt much like posting. While I figure out what that’s about, why not check out some things I’ve enjoyed reading? Rough Boys on the Playground. “Finally, the other little girl with us stepped … Continue reading
Cherry Hill Seminary has announced the fall course schedule. I’ll be teaching Contemporary Global Paganisms. Will you join us? Contemporary Global Paganisms C5121Taught by: Sarah Whedon, Ph.D. Mondays 8:00 PM ETOpen to master’s and certificate students; others may audit with … Continue reading
It’s Reproductive Rites’ first birthday! Since I wrote my first post I’ve learned a lot about blogging, about myself, and about the topics I write on. Reproductive Rites has connected me with some very cool people. Most recently, writing this … Continue reading
We walked in the San Francisco Pride parade this weekend. Weeks ago we checked out A Pig Parade Is A Terrible Idea at one of our weekly library visits, and ever since Bridget has called all parades Pig Parade. She … Continue reading
I was warned not to expect summer weather in San Francisco this time of year, but at least last week we did have some summer here.
A few weeks ago Bridget happened to be nursing as we were arriving at the Free Farm Stand* which sets up right outside our community garden. I don’t remember what the volunteer who greeted us said about her nursing, but … Continue reading
You should go right now and bookmark Niki Whiting’s new blog My Own Ashram, where she’ll be documenting a year of diving deeply into four consecutive spiritual paths, yoga, Feri, Christianity, and place. Her first post just went up today, … Continue reading