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Sophie Strand, a pioneering eco-feminist writer, defines an eco-feminist as a passionate advocate for the intertwined liberation of both women and the natural world. For Strand, eco-feminism is a philosophy and movement that recognizes the parallel oppressions women and nature face under patriarchal and capitalist systems. An eco-feminist pushes for a deep, relational understanding of how ecological destruction and gender inequity are fundamentally linked. She envisions eco-feminism not just as an academic lens, but as a transformative practice rooted in empathy, environmental stewardship, and social justice. Through this perspective, eco-feminists aim to cultivate a more equitable and sustainable world, acknowledging that the health of our planet and the liberation of its people are inextricably connected.

See also: ecology, narrative, masculinity, soil, sacred feminine

Metamodern Spirituality | The Animate Everything (w/ Sophie Strand) 6,362

EP 227, Sophie Strand: Mushrooms and Mind 513

SOPHIE STRAND On the Texas Shooting, Masculinity and Healthy Culture /01 337

On Mycelium, Compost, and Animate Sensibilities: A Conversation With Sophie Strand 278

Re-imagined Education, Cybernetic Flow and Bewilderment with Sophie Strand and Bayo Akomolafe - E147 274

Rewilding Myths with Ecology with Sophie Strand 224

The Portal of the Divine Feminine with Sophie Strand 212

The Rewilding Podcast Episode 28: Rewilding Myth w/ Sophie Strand 122

SOPHIE STRAND on Myths as Maps /312 84

Ep.74: Sophie Strand on Mycorrhizal Myths, Magic, and Golden Roses 52