Musing about a Great Woman: Dr. Mary Daly » Dr. Mary Daly, wielding the labrys, power symbol of the Goddess and Her priestesses in the most ancient Greek civilization

Dr. Mary Daly, wielding the labrys, power tool of the Goddess and Her priestesses in the most ancient Greek civilization

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3 Responses to “Dr. Mary Daly, wielding the labrys, power symbol of the Goddess and Her priestesses in the most ancient Greek civilization”

  1. Reflections on Trauma, Part I: Pink Pussyhats by Stephanie N. Arel Says:

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  3. Reflections on Trauma, Part I: Pink Pussyhats by Stephanie N. Arel – Stephanie N. Arel Says:

    […] explore here, I press on: when we chose symbols to represent the rejection of trauma – recollect Mary Daly’s Labrys, the sacred double-headed ax cutting through patriarchal myths to exercise women’s power – […]

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