EcoFeminist Community in Hawaii

Archive Page: Hedonisia Hawaii EcoFeminist Community

The 2018 Kilauea volcanic eruption destroyed our community in Hawaii.
We plan to start rebuilding in 2021.
Until then, we continue to work on the Hedonisia EcoFeminist Web Portfolio.

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Support us in our effort to return to our land.

As an eco-feminist community, Hedonisia has focused on female empowerment through our policies, practices, and web projects.

We emphasize that living in the jungle and learning self-reliance and stoicism can be very empowering for women who realize they can do a lot for themselves without having to rely on men.

The natural exposure you have in the Hawaiian rain forest will help sharpen many skills, including some you may not even know you possess.

Eco-feminism draws connections between the feminist and environmental movements. It equates the treatment of women on the planet with the treatment of Mother Earth. It also references the fact that women's work in the world is traditionally more closely connected to the planet.

Intern and Jungle Queen Kim - 2018

At Hedonisia, we believe the best method of learning is through doing, and you get the chance to do a whole lot.

Many women report how surprised at how multifaceted and handy they are. Identifying your strengths is one of the most empowering things you can do.

It is not feminist to ‘coddle’ a female with only gentle feedback. We help you with our guidelines on environmental adaptation and empowerment as you settle into your volunteer or intern life.

With our Jungle Queen program, women tend to become stronger when allowed the opportunity to be challenged by real jungle. When a woman feels comfortable and confident to navigate the jungle without needing a man she feels strong and independent. It is why many women have told us they choose to volunteer, intern or simply be a guest in our little rainforest Hawaiian community.

Hedonisia Hawaii Eco-Feminist Community Information:

  1. Female Travelers in Hawaii. We try to address the needs and concerns of females who are traveling alone or with other women in Hawaii.
  2. Consent Culture Community. Guidelines and policies we developed for a fun, harmonious, and safe community.
  3. Jungle Queens. We give women the tools and structure to become empowered physically, intellectually, creatively, and in nature in our rainforest community.
  4. Male Feminists. We welcome male feminists and guys who are supportive of empowered females into any of our programs.
  5. Portfolio of EcoFeminist Entrepreneur web projects. This is a core part of our community that volunteers and interns can work on as part of their duties.