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Welcome to Gynapedia

Co-founders: Dr. Kaalii Cargill and Dr. Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

Welcome to Gynapedia, the online gynocentric encyclopedia. Here you will find articles and information on people and communities, including the terrestrial eco-community, as well as information on organisations, ideas and philosophies that reflect Goddess feminism, activism and spirituality. Gynapedia is based on Mago Gift Work, an extension of the Maternal/Gynocentric Gift Economy, supporting a shift from the worldview based on the exchange economy to one that supports social change and ever-deepening commitment to cooperation with each other and with Nature. Gynapedia is a response to the ever-accelerating assaults of the patriarchal worldview. It offers an alternative grounded in Goddess feminism, activism and spirituality.

Gynapedia is propelled by the vision of Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, advocate of Magoism, immensely influenced by Mary Daly. Gynapedia/Mago Wickedary of Goddess Feminist Activism and Spirituality is the third part of the collective writing project that the Mago Work has undertaken after She Rises series and Celebrating the Goddess series.

The term, Wickedary, is borrowed from Mary Daly’s Websters’ First New Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Language in cahoots with Jane Caputi.

Recent Entries

  • Mary Daly
    Mary Daly (October 16, 1928 – January 3, 2010) was a prominent U.S. born radical feminist philospher and theologian. She was one of the pioneers who led the second wave feminist movement in the 1960s […]
  • Helen Hye-Sook Hwang
    Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.  is scholar, activist, and advocate of Magoism, anciently originated tradition that venerates Mago as the Great Goddess. She earned her MA and Ph.D. in Religion with […]
  • Lydia Ruyle
    Lydia Ruyle (1935-2016) was an artist, author, scholar emerita of the Visual Arts faculty of the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado where The Lydia Ruyle Room for Women’s Art was […]
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