COSMIC SISTER® is an environmental feminist collective founded in 2007 by artist and cultural activist ZOE HELENE, originator of the term PSYCHEDELIC FEMINISM. We have several interconnected projects in place to help to bring women’s voices to the forefront in the field of psychedelics (and beyond).
Cosmic Sister champions women’s empowerment and frontline voices, emphasizing our responsibility—as Earth’s apex predator—to rapidly evolve from a cultural perspective. We advocate for our natural right to journey with sacred psychedelic plants and fungi as a way to jump-start rapid cultural evolution, starting with women's healing, empowerment and self-liberation. We have hope for the future.
Psychedelic Feminism is a sub-genre of feminism that embraces the power of “sacred plants” and fungi—such as ayahuasca, peyote, iboga, San Pedro cactus, psilocybin mushrooms and cannabis—as “nature’s co-evolutionary allies,” and encourages women to explore the wilderness within, where they can learn more deeply about themselves, in part to explore core feminist issues in fresh and exciting ways. We advocate for women, wilderness and wildlife, with a focus on intentional journeying with these medicines in a safe, legal “set and setting.”