Tuesday, 4 August 2009


11TH book published by Rasa Von Werder


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The Future of Male - Female Relationships

Print: $27.70 Download: $15.00

With the new affluence & power of women in comparison to that of men, there
will be much 'reversal of roles.' Women in big jobs earning most of the
money will need men who bring creature comforts, moral and domestic support.
Statistics show that in five years there will be one million more women than
men with advanced degrees! The 'futurists' unanimously agree, 'The future
belongs to women.' In light of this, I would like to make a forecast of what
male-female relationships will be like. Will it be a simple reversal of
women oppressing men as men have oppressed women, or is it going to be
something different? I believe it will be 'something different.' Here's how
I see it.

Thursday, 30 July 2009

‘Pakistan facing challenge of creating active role for women’



Pakistan is facing the challenge of creating active roles for women in the economic sphere, as the opportunities to create leadership for women entrepreneurs are manifold, participants in a conference on ‘Women Leadership’ said on Thursday.

Woman's Struggle in South Sudan


POLITICS-SOUTH SUDAN: Women Ready To Take Their Place

President Obama Gives the Girls a Chance

In March, President Obama launched The White House Council on Women and Girls, a council devoted to ensuring the equal and fair representation of women. And to make sure that this new group is run effectively, the President has put women in charge! Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett will chair the Council, while Director of Public Liaison Tina Tchen will act as Executive Director.

"Ever since I was a little girl, I declared myself the equal of boys. I never believed that a boy could do something better than me, and it became my small mission in life to prove any boy wrong when he said that he was better."

- Kate Oncken "ChickSpeak"

Young women are encouraged to be cardiologists


The cardiology program is one of four science academies held by the Women’s Health Science Program at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

The goal of the newest academy is to make cardiology, a specialty dominated by men, more accessible to young women, said Dr. Martha Gulati, associate director of the center for women’s cardiovascular health at Northwestern Memorial. “There’s a myth out there that being a woman precludes you from being a cardiologist,” she said.

Although the number of women in cardiology has nearly doubled in the last decade, women still make up less than 20 percent of all cardiologists, the American College of Cardiology’s Women in Cardiology Council said.

Philanthropic Giving by and for Women on the Rise, Study Finds


Foundation giving specifically targeted to benefit women and girls has surpassed the rate of overall foundation giving in recent years, and women's funds are a rapidly growing and influential force within philanthropy, according to a new report jointly released today by the Foundation Center and the Women's Funding Network.

Women not only stepped up, but individually said, "I Ran" for freedom..


Writings and thoughts from E.J. Samadhi Whitehouse, author of Circles In The Sand

A Field Without Women


Today, we commemorate the 37th anniversary of one of our country's most important civil rights laws. The enactment of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 banned gender discrimination from all education programs and extracurricular activities in federally funded schools. It was one very simple -- yet profoundly effective -- sentence that gave American women a new opportunity to aspire and succeed. The great legacy of Title IX is most often talked about in the context of sports. Before the law passed in 1972, girls made up only 7 percent of high school sports participants. Now, more than 40 percent of high school athletes are female. But its impact reached far beyond sports, from the academic to the arts and sciences, and even to the boardrooms of the Nation's top enterprises.

Is it really cheeky to be sexist?

Or the time the Globe published Christie Blatchford’s misinformed and deeply disrespectful article about sexual harassment. In the article, Blatchfored suggested that a young crown attorney, who was groped and kissed by a judge in an elevator and then -- not surprisingly –- pressed charges, simply didn’t understand the way things worked and should grow a thicker skin.

But this isn’t really about the Globe. Or even about the mainstream press. It’s about why we, as a society, are so tolerant of sexist behaviour, and so much less ambitious than we ought to be about creating an egalitarian society in which everyone is treated with the respect they need to thrive and flourish.

Why is it “cheeky” to be sexist and “shrill” to denounce sexist behaviour? It seems to me that it will be impossible to get rid of sexism if we are not able to call it wrong and make it unacceptable. And maybe that’s the unfortunate answer to why our society tends to downplay sexism and shame those who name it: we’re either in collective denial about the discrimination, or collectively committed to its survival. I think we can do better.


Women in Leadership -- The Most Underutilized Asset.

By Dr. Rick Johnson
Monday, 6th July 2009

In the spirit of full disclosure, I must admit that I am definitely a card carrying member of the Baby Boomers; I also admit that during my early career in the 70’s, I could have undoubtedly been considered a poster child for the “Male Chauvinistic Pig” movement.

However, experience and maturity have taught me a great lesson regarding leadership and the abilities, intelligence and values of the female employee. Today, I firmly believe that women in the workplace are the most under utilized asset this country has.


Sunday, 14 June 2009

Women in Charge

Welcome to Women in Charge-- a birth blog project of Wisewoman Childbirth Traditions. This blog is here to empower and encourage women to take charge of their bodies, their babies and their births. Women are powerful and women are strong. We are in charge.


Advance of Women in Malaysia!

Women empowerment is also another big thing at the PKR-do tomorrow, which will kick off with dinner on Friday night.

A resolution putting women in charge of at least 30 percent of all party posts is another reform aimed to reflect the reality of the times and the gender’s contribution.

“This is something PKR is very serious about and what we are trying to do is to give shape to that wish. We don’t want to just pay lip service and then do nothing. Women are and will be a vital part of PKR,” said vice-president Sivarasa Rasiah.


'Suffragettes' of Iran demand to be heard!

If what unfolded over the past week was a Tehran "spring", then it was, at least partly, driven by the pent-up despair of women, who more than any other group, have waited in vain for more than 30 years to get back their social and political rights.


The Matriarchy Of New Hampshire

WHAT'S THE MATTER with New Hampshire? The flinty, crusty, Union Leader-reading, Labatt's-sipping, seat belt-shunning state went on a bender of progressive policy actions last month, approving legislation that might put the Cambridge City Council to shame.

What could be causing this unprecedented turn in Granite State politics? Here's one idea: WOMEN.

Since January, the New Hampshire Senate has been making history as the first majority female legislative body in the country: Thirteen of its 24 members are women!


The Washitaw are the original Americans and a matriarchal people

Their leader at present is Empress Verdiacee 'Tiari' Washitaw-Turner Goston El-Bey

I have recently found out about the Washitaw who are black people that claim they are the original inhabitants of America. The Washitaw say they made the mounds and pyramids there and were there before the Native Americans and long before the white people.


In The Washitaw Doctrine by Dr R. A. Umar Shabazz Bey, compiled under the direction of the Empress of the Washitaw, it says:

"The Creator's divine guidance placed a woman over the family, the nation and the Empire. Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Empire has an oral legacy of over 10,000 yearsof rulership by Empresses. The Creator annointed the woman as the law giver and the man as law enforcer."


The Washitaw People:


Bard of Ely sites:




Thursday, 11 June 2009

Into battle with warrior woman!

"There’s a new breed of woman dominating the headlines. She is feisty, fabulous, and would never be defined by her man (even if he is the president of the US). And with fearless campaigner Joanna Lumley leading the charge, there’s no stopping her. We salute you, Warrior Woman!"


Matriarchy of the old and new type

The concept of matriarchy is invoked every time we find a human development report ranking Kerala at the top. Is there a causal link between matriarchy and social indicators? If yes, what has been the form of matriarchy that survives in today’s society?


Johann Jakob Bachofen - Explorer of the Mother Right

"The Spartans’ supposed rejection of private property influenced the utopian ideas of Sir Thomas More and the AbbĂ© de Mably and, much later, the communist philosophy of Friedrich Engels. For the eighteenth-century French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the Spartans’ subordination of their own individual interests to the good of the state offered a prototype for the ‘social contract,’ while the apparent licence accorded Spartan women constituted, for the nineteenth-century Swiss historian Johann Jakob Bachofen, the remnants of a once more universal institution of matriarchy."


Interview with Russell Means

“We need paradigm shift,” says Russell Means. “What is wrong today is what is wrong tomorrow.” And, what is wrong with the world today? History---or “his-story” as Means so aptly emphasizes---over these last 6,000 years is a convenient lie.


Wednesday, 10 June 2009

Matriarchy Subverted

The ascension of patriarchy seems to have necessitated the diminishment of matriarchy.


Meet India's youngest MP

IN A man's world, it's hard for minority tribal groups to hold on to matrilineal traditions.


'Men Live Better Where Women Are In Charge'

How does a matriarchy really work? Argentinian writer Ricardo Coler decided to find out and spent two months with the Mosuo in southern China. "Women have a different way of dominating," the researcher told SPIEGEL ONLINE.