The world wide web is a wonderment of women’s worlds just waiting to be discovered. Here are just a few of my favourites…
Yoni.com for all things yoni: poetry, art, philosophy
The Girl God – a stunning book which shares a feminine understanding of divinity
Things We Don’t Talk About – The Red Tent Movie
Moon Times for everything you need to celebrate your menstrual cycle from menstrual educator Rachael Hertogs (UK)
Red Tent Party – resources to celebrate your daughter
Red Web foundation – menstrual health education and community
The Museum of Menstruation and Women’s Health
The Menopause Exchange for unbiased information and support during menopause.
WeMoon – diaries featuring powerful writing and art by women for women.
Women’s Mental Health – a superb,research database disseminating the latest research in women’s mental health, co-run by Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Wonderful Women Working for Women
Cuntcraft from LadyCunt Love for creative celebration of our lady parts. (UK)
Womb Yoga by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli (UK)
Heidi, the Dreadess acts as Moon Mother supporting women (UK)
Julie Daley – an incredible writer on reclaiming the erotic and sensual aspects of femininity (US)
Jane Hardwicke Collings – midwife, menstrual educator and a wealth of wisdom (Australia)
Bi-monthly free womb blessings from Miranda Gray, author of Red Moon (UK)
ALisa Starkweather, founder of the Women’s Belly and Womb Conference, Priestess Training, Daughters of the Earth and the Red Tent Temple Movement (US)
DeAnna Lam, author and menstrual educator (US)
Dr Christiane Northrup – expert in women’s health, author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and many other best selling women’s health books (US)
Alexandra Pope – women’s menstrual health educator and co-author of The Pill, facilitator of Wild Genie (Australia)
Jane Bennett, menstrual educator and co-author of The Pill (Australia)
Jo McDonald who writes about moon time.
Giuliana at Moon Time Rising
Helen Sargeant is an artist who explores birth, motherhood and women’s sexuality through her work.
Women’s Herbal Resources
Susun Weed, renowned wise woman herbalist (US)
WomanWise Herbal (UK)
Sensory Herbcraft from two wise witches (UK)