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Les Choses dont on ne parle pas

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“Les Choses dont on ne parle pas : histoires de femmes sous la tente rouge” est un documentaire innovant de 72 minutes, réalisé par le Dr Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, et maintes fois récompensé. Espace de liberté et de spontanéité, une tente rouge est un endroit fait de tissus rouges dans lequel les femmes se rassemblent pour se reposer, pour renaître et souvent pour partager des histoires personnelles, puissantes et profondes. En offrant un lieu qui honore et célèbre les femmes et en permettant une liberté de parole sur des sujets qui sont au cœur même de la vie des femmes, le mouvement des Tentes rouges change la façon dont les femmes communiquent entre elles et se soutiennent les unes les autres. Les Choses dont on ne parle pas rassemble certains récits de guérison partagés sous la tente rouge et met en évidence une énergie vitale, une nouvelle tradition de femmes. Le film nous donne l’occasion de nous souvenir, d’écouter, de comprendre et de trouver ce en quoi nous devons investir pour insuffler une nouvelle vie à la communauté et aider la voix des femmes à s’élever.
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How to Celebrate Menstruation

How would our world be different if girls were raised to honor their menstrual time? How would our world be different if our girls had some form of celebration when they first began to menstruate. How would your life be different if you were celebrated? Join us in the virtual “Red Tent” for today’s episode of Red Tent TV. After you’ve watched the episode, I’d love to know… How have you celebrated menstruation?

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The Red Tent Movement: A Historical Perspective

Have you ever wondered…

What if you could have your own Red Tent of women in your community?

What if our daughters were brought up to expect some kind of honoring when they had their first period?

What happens in our modern culture when we hold Red Tents for women?

Was there a Red Tent in history?

Where did this tradition come from?

Are you curious to know more…..?

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The Red Tent Movement:

A Historical Perspective

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by Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD and ALisa Starkweather

The Red Tent has a history, but what is it? There are thousands of women across the globe who are bringing forth their gifts as Red Tent leaders in their communities, but where did this tradition come from? “The Red Tent” was novel by Anita Diamant, published in 1997 that gave us a story of women who come together in a menstrual hut, known as the Red Tent. The Red Tent movement has a seventeen-year history, but connects to thousands of years of tradition of women honoring women and creating a world that embraces honesty, and respects for others, our daughters, and ourselves. We are in a new era of history. The healing of our planet is the priority of many committed visionaries. We understand that we are on a precipice and by building a woman-honoring culture we can create a huge paradigm shift one Red Tent at a time.

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