I was just enjoying reading this delightful old thread: http://www.babynamewizard.com/forum/philosophy-on-unisex-names?page=1
And was wondering what, if anything, you thoughtful folk might consider feminist names for girls.
Maybe named after a feminist icon? Virginia, Emmeline, Ada?
Or other examples of notable historic or classical women? Something for Sappho? Julian?
Goddesses? Biblical women?
Or perhaps something not from the "named after" category at all--what else might count? Name etymologies?
Also, I posted a few times for help naming our sweet baby girl. We had a terrible time choosing but after she was born decided on Rosalie Catherine. We often call her Ro. I like to think we named her, in part, for Rosalind Franklin (and just avoided the Roz nickname in favor of a vowel sound I found much more pleasing!).
Mon, 05/23/2016 - 9:11am