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I'm Trish Causey -- writer, composer, trouble-maker, vagina warrior, vocal talent, teacher, Tantrika, holistic coach, yoga/pilates teacher, survivor, and orgasm goddess.

Arouse means to "stir to action or strong response, to awaken."  As an activist for women's rights, this felt right to use it for my activism for women's issues, including basic rights, body autonomy, health issues, and ending the shaming of women just for being sexual.  The additional meaning "to awaken" correlated with my "awakening" along my path in Tantra and Kundalini yoga, as well as my reclaiming my body and spirit after years of being overweight, in a bad marriage, plus other traumas.

As a single mom to a daughter, I understand the struggles women face.  As a survivor of sexual abuse, both as a child and as an adult, I know how difficult it is to walk the path of Survivor.  My blog is my space in reclaiming my body as a sexual woman along with my psyche and my spirit as a vocal activist for women's issues.

On my blog, I help women (and men) understand women's needs and women's sexuality.  Women's sexuality has been maligned by religion, disregarded by Western medicine and academia, and is currently being violated by lawmakers. 

Women's issues fall under the umbrella of Human Rights, and as a Humanist and Feminist, I support and work for the protection of these basic, inalienable rights.  As I'm fond of saying, "Human Rights are non-negotiable."  To learn more, read the About page.

Women are incredibly creative beings -- not just in giving birth.  Women have a profound way of experiencing and expressing the world around them.  We are inherent storytellers and teachers.  Women's intuition and feelings are usually maligned, but they are powerful, real parts of us that connect us with each other and the universe at large.

Another aspect of women's issues is women's health, such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, thyroid problems, and reproductive issues.   

Feel free to click the links to the Blog and the ArousedWoman Radio show.  I am also very active on Twitter.  And check out the donation page to get a tax-deduction for your support of AW's work.

Thank YOU for loving women and helping us end the fundamentalist tyranny against girls, women, our bodies, & our spirits!

trish



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