Author and Partnership leader Beth Wilson launches new book: The Recovering Feminist

At the Center for Partnership Studies we’re excited to announce the launch of bestselling author Beth Wilson’s new book The Recovering Feminist. Beth calls upon women to engage the power of the feminine spirit—often in partnership with men—to usher in a life-affirming paradigm. The Recovering Feminist casts a compelling vision for reclaiming women’s true locus of power: love in action. Beth writes, “[Riane] Eisler’s work has been central to my understanding of the underlying values shaping society, culture, and social systems.” Chapter two of the book is focused on exploring the lens of Eisler’s Domination/Partnership continuum.

Learn more about The Recovering Feminist

A call to women and men to end the distortions caused by the domination system in order to create a whole world.

As a life-long advocate for women’s equality, Beth believes it is time to forge a new path of empowerment. By exposing the insidious influence of the domination system on the women’s movement, Wilson reveals the irreparable damage that will be done if women remain tethered to this destructive trajectory. The book includes a frank assessment of the damage done to the planet by our failure to give up domination; including stories of innovative economic systems that support the earth’s intricate biosystems, and stories of innovative societies whose economies seek to nurture the well-being of the whole world.

Beth Wilson is an outspoken Partnership leader. Her books have sold over 1.4 million copies and have been translated into 12 languages. She has appeared as a regular guest on The View From the Bay (ABC-7); produced her own #1 Internet radio show, Quantum Leaps; and hosted a popular Bay Area TV show, In the Sisterhood. Wilson also worked for the U.S. Congress and served as a delegate for the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women.

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