Red Tent Women's Project

Where women transform the world

The Red Tent Women's Project is dedicated to making the world a better place for women, girls, and the people who love them.

Our mission

The Red Tent Women’s Project is a diverse and dynamic community of women who are catalysts for social change. By creating safe and empowered spaces we facilitate community building, information and resource exchange, and personal growth for women and girls.

Rules of the Road

There might be some things you see here that you don't agree with. In fact, we hope you do! This is intended to be a safe space where ideas, thoughts, concepts, etc. can be explored respectfully. Feel free to emphatically disagree and to make your point, as long as you do it respectfully. We hope this will never come up, but we might have to make some difficult decisions as we moderate in order to protect and hold the space.

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What we're about
If you look at our mission, you'll see that we're about creating change. Our vision is a world where violence against women isn't tolerated, where women get equal pay for their work, where access to reproductive health and information is so obvious a right that anything else is simply absurd...where racism, homophobia, classism, nativism etc. simply isn't tolerated.

Our approach
Our method is to create space for growth and change. Those spaces can be online, in real life, or in your mind. We invite you to use this online space to float ideas and questions, research things you might not have known about, and broaden your mind in ways that encourage you to see the world as bigger than you, bigger than your family, bigger than your city, state, country, etc.

What that means for you
When you join the Red Tent Women's Project network, you are agreeing that the world needs to be transformed into a better, more tolerant, more awesome place, and that you are going to help do that. How you do that is up to you, but our ultimate goal is to create a community where members are responsible to one another to create change. Nothing more, nothing less! And make sure you tell us what you're going to do (or did), because you never know...your action may very well inspire someone else's!

Latest Activity

Profile IconSuzanne Arnold, Jacqui Cryer, Elisa McCanney and 2 more joined Red Tent Women's Project
Jun 15
Red Tent Women's Project posted a blog post

The Red Tent Women's Project stands for...

ToleranceLoveRespect SafetyFreedomWe stand with our LGBTQIA friends. We stand with our Muslim friends. We stand with our Latino, Latina, and Latinx friends.We share our sadness and outrage over what happened in Orlando, FL on Sunday, June 12th.And we say, with hope...NEVER AGAIN.We call for profound changes in how the US approaches gun control and access. We call for profound changes in how people approach sexuality and race.We call for all of you to use your power and your voice to create a…See More
Jun 15
Clare Galloway posted a status
"Hi there, I'm interested in connecting with other women who are doing core work, like awakening the cervix and the divine feminine <3"
Jun 15
Sherry Grimes Jenkins posted a discussion


Hello sisters how are you all doing?As the season changes I pray that you all a doing great.Namaste!See More
Mar 20
Erin Renee Burrell posted a blog post

Breaking up is...

Breaking up is hard to do. I just initiated a break up of five years. It has taken me more then a year to take this action, and longer to come to the realization it's what I want. Not to mention this is my first break up ever. Women, advice please!!! I want a deeper understanding of relationships, if you are willing to share stories the advice would be very helpful. Thank you and love to you all.
Feb 17
Erin Renee Burrell commented on Erin Renee Burrell's blog post What's with the Wild West...
"I want to keep adding to this post.  There is so much I want to say about this topic.  Especially the subject of the masculine and feminine energy.  What does that mean to others? Please add to the post.  I would love to hear…"
Nov 16, 2015
Erin Renee Burrell commented on Erin Renee Burrell's blog post What's with the Wild West...
"Exactly!  Thank you for responding to my post JoyAnn.  I think it's in the homes where we need to look.  Home is the location where ideas are birthed.  Last night I had a very strange dream, it is a bit inappropriate to…"
Nov 16, 2015
JoyAnn Ransberry commented on Lesley C and Candace G's blog post Our First Red Tent
"Wonderful, I hope you keep having them. It is truly one of  the most powerful ways to bring women together. Much love, JoyAnn"
Nov 3, 2015



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Making Reusable Menstrual Products Available to Women of Third World Countries 3 Replies

Started by Aileen "The Gypsy" in Hey, I'm curious about something!. Last reply by Erin Renee Burrell May 3, 2014.

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Blog Posts

Breaking up is...

Posted by Erin Renee Burrell on February 17, 2016 at 1:13pm

Honoring your Moontime

Posted by Lisa McGlone on July 27, 2015 at 8:32am

Our First Red Tent

Posted by Lesley C and Candace G on April 20, 2015 at 2:35pm — 1 Comment

Different Covers

Posted by Jessica Kreimerman Lew on April 9, 2015 at 1:00pm

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