Considerations before you list your Red Tent
At the Red Tent Directory, we invite you to think about Red Tents as liberatory spaces which make room for us all to receive collective care and so we, therefore, urge women to be as inclusive as possible when creating their Tents. This means thinking about how to make them inclusive by design considering gender expression, age, sexuality, race, (dis)ability, class and access to resources when you establish, run and promote your Red Tent.
At the same time, we at the Red Tent Directory team cannot take responsibility for how individual Red Tents are organised and run, we do not have the capacity to visit each and every Red Tent that lists with us and so we ask those who use our site to take responsibility for both what is offered here and the choices they make about accessing these spaces.
Our book covers topics including creating liberatory space, conflict and challenge and creating a model of shared leadership. You can contact us for support or if you’d want to talk something through.
For more background on Red Tents, visit our homepage.
Listing your own Red Tent
We list free and donation-based tents on our site and invite anyone wanting to list with us to read this guidance about making Red Tents inclusive, accessible and sustainable.
It is free to join our directory. If you would like your Red Tent to be listed please complete this online page that will magic its way to us and then we can do the technical bit to have your live Red Tent page to share with all your communities:
Helping you to promote your circle
Listing your Red Tent on this site is a simple way to promote your Red Tent to women based in your local area. You can also join our Facebook group and share details of your regular circle or special day/weekend events.