The posts that follow are intended to expand and deepen our understanding of psychedelics and their history, and not to exclude anyone from this history or discount studies that have not paid attention to gender, or women specifically. We are not interested in stimulating divisions. Our objective is to draw attention to a more diverse set of stories, experiences, and ways of knowing psychedelics. And, we are not just motivated by historical interest. How we listen, and who we listen to matters, especially as we build a psychedelic future that is inclusive, diverse, dynamic, and capable of embracing perspectives that may challenge our own views. Using history as our guide gives us an opportunity to tell little-known stories that can generate new and different insights and reflections about how women have participated in past psychedelic encounters, and how they have been honoured, remembered, neglected and sometimes forgotten… continue reading.