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Mothers of Psychedelics: Women's Contributions to the Psychedelic Movement

With Erik Dyck

An exploration of the often-overlooked contributions of women to the history of psychedelics, highlighting their roles as nurturers of ideas, movements, and future generations.

Mothers of Psychedelics: Women's Contributions to the Psychedelic Movement

With Erik Dyck

An exploration of the often-overlooked contributions of women to the history of psychedelics, highlighting their roles as nurturers of ideas, movements, and future generations.

"Women have been the silent nurturers of the psychedelic movement, their contributions woven into the fabric of our understanding."

About This Talk:

In this insightful talk, the speaker delves into the rich history of women's involvement in the psychedelic movement, from the early pioneers to contemporary figures. By examining the stories of women who have been instrumental in shaping the landscape of psychedelics, the talk aims to shed light on their nurturing roles, both as biological mothers and as mothers of ideas. Through a reevaluation of history, the speaker advocates for a more inclusive understanding of psychedelics that honors the diverse contributions of women.