Updated: Nov 15, 2020
Life is about change and change is about tension. The tension that arises in our psyches' when something is out of whack and wants to resolve itself. The tension that develops when society is out of balance. "Koyaanisqatsi" is a Hopi Indian word that means a way of life calling for a new way of life and today our culture is palpably calling for change.
Neanderthal connotes primitive, feminism connotes modern. The tension between the two is the fertile ground for us moving forward as a culture into the postfeminist age.
From Wikipedia: A postfeminist is a person who believes in, promotes, or embodies any of various ideologies springing from the feminism of the 1970s, whether supportive of or antagonistic towards classical feminism. It (postfeminist) may also be used to invoke the view that feminism is no longer relevant to today's society.
This blog will explore the tensions that were created in the 1960s and are exploding our concept of culture today.