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Becoming a “womyn”: My experience at Sisterhood Rising

Summer camp changed what it means to be female for Guadalupe Reyes. Growing up in a traditional Mexican family, Reyes learned that raising a family should bigger priorities for women than school or work. But her views are changing. “At camp, I wasn’t just given a definition of ‘woman’ to absorb. I learned that being a ‘womyn’ (as opposed to a wo-MAN) is about how I define myself.” Read the story at We’Ced.

 

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This entry was posted on July 30, 2016 by in Print, WeCed and tagged , , , .

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