At what point in your life did you consider yourself a feminist? Was it an event or a process?
I considered myself an ardent feminist after I worked through deconstructing the patriarchy inherent to Christianity after my divorce.
Who most influenced your awareness of your feminism?
In what ways has your feminism informed your life choices?
There are definitely some articles on The Feast that would help spell it out. But I went to grad school, and chose a career path that was influenced by feminism.
In what ways do you share your feminism with others?
I write. I participate in groups that discuss. I make art.
Describe your vision of a feminist world.
I see world where love exists beyond interpellation-- that is a place beyond the forces of coercive power and subjugation. (Judith Butler is a big influence here.)
How I Define Feminism:
Feminism is empowering women in a way where they learn to break the ties that bind themselves, and the others around them to subjugatory powers. It's about freedom for everyone.
I am a Critic, writer, and designer currently living in Dallas, Texas.
Art is life. I breathe it. Poetry is my soul.
Theory, however, is my joy.