Women are physically, psychologically, emotionally, and socially different than men.
Women thus have unique gifts, talents, and skills to offer the human family.
These contributions are of great worth, and are especially needed in the world today.
Through the lens of
Maternal Feminism we discover a philosophical framework that places women and their creative work at the center of social relevance.
Our capacity to create and sustain human life is a tremendous power from which society can recognize and then begin to organize around.
This framework challenges the current predominant social assumption that the sexed female body is less than fully human and therefore an inferior existence.
For so long we have been trying to operate within a system that is increasingly denying us our powerful biological uniqueness.
It is essential that we begin recognizing our internal worth, value and power, and magnifying amongst one another.
“ My mother was my first Country.
The first place I ever lived”