In ancient cultures women secluded themselves in a red tent during menstruation, birth and to nurse their children. They celebrated the sacred rites of womanhood and the Divine Feminine. They created strong bonds with the sisterhood of their tribes, camps and communities.
There is a Red Tent movement gaining momentum in the U.S. Women erect their own red tents and come together to recreate this ancient tradition. Modern women crave this kind of sisterhood and long for a place to honor the feminine divine.
Things We Don’t Talk About: Stories from the Red Tent is a groundbreaking 72-minute documentary which examines the reemergence of the red tent. Award-winning filmmaker, Dr. Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, encourages women to awaken the Feminine Divine within themselves and in the broader world.
An exclusive screening of Things We Don’t Talk About: Stories from the Red Tent will be shown within a red tent on July 21 at 6 pm, Whole Live Center for Spiritual Living, 2020 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, $15 at the door. For more information call 970-443-7052.