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“Don’t leave what happens to your body when you die to someone else. Making informed decisions about your death is a feminist act, and an important part of your legacy,” she says. “Smash the patriarchy with your corpse!” - BUST Magazine


Inside the Death Positive Movement BUST Magazine

Who Gets to Die a Good Death? - The Establishment

Women Examine Their Relationships With Death, Challenge Western Perceptions Vibe

The Death and Dying Movement: A Change in Attitudes is Underfoot - Fifty is the New Fifty

The Women Who Want Their Corpses to Feed the Earth After They Die - Broadly

"For many of us, working with death is an act of resistance. It is our way of reclaiming our space, our bodies, our lives and ourselves." 

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“We've had our bodies subject to rules and laws created by men for centuries, it is a feminist act to have the final say over what happens to your corpse when you die” - Dazed


Why Women Are Leading the Death Positive Movement Dazed

“The roots of inequality, racism, and social marginalization are all grounded in our fear of death,” Chavez said. - The Establishment


Life After Life - Utne Reader

Death in the Age of FacebookCnet

Women Are Revolutionizing the Death Industry - DAME Magazine

How We Bury and Memorialize the HomelessDirge Magazine

So, You’re Curious About the Death Positive Movement?Her Campus


Kids Ask About Death - The Longest Shortest Time Podcast

How to Talk to Kids About Death - Lunch Lady Magazine, Issue 4

Eating While Grieving - The Globe and Mail

Mortality movements are surging in popularity across the death-denying West - Medium


"For centuries Spanish colonists and the church tried to eradicate these traditions but they endured. We endure," she said. "We have been through a lot — both Chicanos here at home and the people of Mexico — it will take a great deal more than cookies to oppress us."  - Mic


Starbucks’ Sugar Skull Cookies Exemplify the Commodification of Dia de los MuertosMic


The Women Who Love DeathMarie Claire

A Good Death: An Autopsy of Dying n Video Games- Unwinnable Magazine

Author Documents Lindsay History With a New BookNPR Valley Edition