“Woman must write herself: must write about women and bring women to writing…Woman must put herself into the text-as into the world and into history-by her own movement. ” (Cixous) So says Helene Cixous in her seminal essay “The Laugh of the Medusa. ” This is, essentially, the basis of Helene Cixous’s notion of “Ecriture Feminine. ” The basis behind this notion of Ecriture Feminine stems from the fact that, at the particular point in time in which Helene Cixous was composing this text (and, to an extent, this holds true in present times) the field of authorship was, predominantly, dominated by, as are the majority of things in our society, by males. Cixous referred to this as “phallogocentric writing….