The Femonite has featured a series of posts from guest bloggers who have thoughtfully answered the question, “What does it mean to be a Mennonite woman?”, each in their own distinct way. The series continues to grow, but you can check out past posts in the series here:
- Why Femonite? – My introductory post to the blog, that also gives an overview of why both my identity as a Mennonite and as a feminist are important to me.
- Invisible Covering -A post from Laura Amstutz about dancing on lines as a Mennonite woman.
- Just a Joke: Encountering Sexism in Surprising Places – A post from Anna Groff about a surprising encounter with the police.
- What does it mean to me to be a Mennonite Woman? – A post from Malinda Berry about Mennonite identity, feminism and shalom.
- Reflections on silence, my mother and being a Mennonite woman – A post from Pamela Dintaman on silence, Mennonite identity and developing a voice
- Mennonite on an Island – Jenna Liechty Martin reflects on what Mennonite identity means when living and working in Northern Ireland