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Going Your Own Way

Going Your Own Way – HIGHLIGHT

Gender respect in death and dying by Anne-Marie Keppel Last year my teenage daughter did a report on women in history who disguised themselves as another gender. I loved the topic and followed the studies along with her and found myself really cheering the trans individuals on. I ... continue
Posted July 24, 2018 by CGH
Masculine and Feminine

Masculine and Feminine – HIGHLIGHT

An examination of dissent as it relates to concepts of masculine and feminine in Shambhala culture Column: Critical Intent by Larry Barnett Mural depicting one of the Rigden Kings Both American and Shambhala culture are value-laden, and their differences sometimes come into uncomfortable contact; at this edge dissent arises. How ... continue
Posted June 3, 2016 by CGH
The Queer Feminist Rigden

The Queer Feminist Rigden – HIGHLIGHT

Cutting through embedded patriarchy Column: Critical Intent By Alex Vlasic In my first couple of years working with the Shambhala teachings and community, gender didn’t arise as an issue for me. I heard “basic goodness” and it all felt very inclusive. Luckily, basic goodness is all-inclusive. As I have ... continue
Posted May 28, 2016 by CGH
Gender Identity in Shambhala

Gender Identity in Shambhala – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: In Everyday Life by Michaela McCormick, Portland, Oregon I have the body of a man, mostly, if you don’t pay attention to my fine bones and nearly hairless body. And most people don’t. Rather they notice my broad shoulders, narrow hips, and strong brow, and if they ... continue
Posted December 22, 2014 by


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