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Ecopsychology and The #MeToo Moment Are Still Here

Would you rather have Putin or Pussy Riot as President? Think about it, what you can learn from the connections that end oppressions of every kind.

Cascade Event, Photo by Christyl Rivers

Women around the world are speaking out, saying “Me too,” signifying that so many are fed up with being harassed, or even assaulted, within the casual indifference of a sexist culture.




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Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Ecopsychologist, Writer, Farmer, Defender of reality, and Cat Castle Custodian.

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