I have just read your "meet Amy" and
have browsed through the website and have
to congratulate you for doing what you
are doing and also for this web site. I
have been on the Internet since 1am and
now is 6.30am and found your website (what
a waste of time if I only knew about you
before all this search).
Anyhow, I would like to ask you about "what
is a feminist philosophy? and what are
the feminist principles?".
I have borrowed so many books from library
and search the web and can not fined such
a definitions and materials.
I think that feminist principles are essentially
those that value women and their contribution
-- of course, not to the point that others
are being sacrificed. For instance, I think
that feminism looks at the world and doesn't
so much try to reorder it, but to make
every choice a valuable one -- so much
so that either gender could choose it.
As is female dominated professions, etc...
are undervalued by society.
to value both the industry -- i.e. nursing
-- and the individual. Of course there
are natural intersections with movements
for race and class justice, too. I hope