Leia Friedman

Leia Friedman

Leia is a teacher, writer, and connectress. She is the cofounder of Boston Entheogenic Network, host of “The Psychedologist: consciousness positive radio,” the integration resource list volunteer coordinator for MAPS, and a permaculturist. Her work focuses on phenomena related to the human experience of consciousness through the lens of social and environmental justice. Leia is exploring ways to bridge the diverse and multidimensional intersections of psychedelics and ecology while residing at Happy Acres Farm in Sherman, CT.

It’s my choice, but he wanted it more…

If it’s not a “fuck, yes!” then it’s not a yes. Inform yourself about systems of power and oppression so you can recognize and deconstruct the patriarchy, rape culture, and supremacy in your thoughts and actions. Listen to survivors.

A Conversation about Intersectionality in the Psychedelic Community

A conversation between two (white) activists to further the dialogue around inclusivity in the field of psychedelic research and culture.

How Social and Climate Justice Activism is Psychedelic

As I became activated to defend something bigger than my own immediate welfare, a shift took place—a shift toward seeing reality as a singular entity as opposed to a bunch of disjointed parts.

Where Eco-Feminism and Psychedelics Meet

We talked with Zoe Helene, the founder of Cosmic Sister, a group started as an underground network for women who have each other’s best interests at heart, women supporting women.

Psychedelics & Sexual Healing: A Talk with Dee Dee Goldpaugh

So much of the conversation surrounding sex, like that surrounding drugs, is fear-based and chock full of negativity.