Mennonite Womanhood and Identity

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:

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4 responses to “Mennonite Womanhood and Identity

  1. Pingback: Mennonite on an Island | The Femonite: Musings from a Mennonite Feminist

  2. My 10-second answer to the question has been for 30 years now: “we have cars and electricity.” That usually covers what most people seem to really want to ask.

  3. Pingback: Mennonite, Feminist, & Woman | The Femonite: Musings from a Mennonite Feminist

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