Classical Paganism Neo-Paganism
the major world religions deprecate women to some degree. This page
archives texts which relate specifically to women and religion from a
female perspective. This includes historic
feminist texts on the topic, texts about Goddess-oriented
sprituality and Amazons.
Vindication of the
Rights Of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft.  518,787
Subjection of Women by John Stuart Mill.  264,4077 bytes
With The Sun by Anna Kingsford 
of Eden; or The Paradise Lost & Found by Victoria Claflin
Church, and State by Matilda Joslyn Gage 
Bible by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 
the New Race by Margaret Sanger. 
by Guy Cadogan Rothery. 
Cults Associated with the Amazons by Florence Mary
Burden of Isis Hymns to Isis, a primary Ancient Egyptian
Goddess. Ancient Egyptian
Legends of Volcanoes Hawaiian Fire Goddess Pele, who lives in a
volcano and surfs on lava.
to Demeter Classical Pagan
Poems of Sappho Classical Pagan; particularly her Hymn to Aphrodite
of Ishtar into the Lower World. Ancient Near East
or the Gospel of the Witches Late European Wiccan
Hymn to the All-Mother Aztec
Devî Gita The Hindu religion is one of the only major
world religions other than Neopaganism which today worships Goddesses.
In this insightful text the Goddess (the Devî) describes her nature and
means of devotion to her.
Hymn to the Goddess of Dawn Hindu
The Hopi Origin Myth The Goddess Huruing
Wuhti co-creates the world with the Sun God. Hopi
of the Goddess 
and Legends of Crete and Pre-Hellenic Europe. The ancient Minoans of
Crete are believed by many to have been Goddess worshippers.
Women by Thomas Firminger Thiselton-Dyer 
A review of traditional stereotypical
views of women.
Documents. The Shakers, a unique 19th Century American
Christian group founded by Ann Lee, believed that God has both male and
Kabbalah Unveiled Jewish mysticism is much more balanced in its
treatment of male/female dualities than 'mainstream' Judeo-Christian
thought. For instance, see this chapter.
This translation of the Zohar by S.L. MacGregor