Ecofeminism - Theorists


Françoise d'Eaubonne called upon women to lead an ecological revolution in order to save the planet. This entailed revolutionizing gender relations and human relations with the natural world.

Sallie McFague, a prominent ecofeminist theologian, uses the metaphor of God's body to represent the universe at large. This metaphor values inclusive, mutualistic and interdependent relations amongst all things.

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