Feminist research is evolving, and with it new methods of doing science In this feminist post-positivist era, grounded theory, while less inclusive and descriptive than ethnography, allows for complex analysis of complex questions While Glaser & Strauss (the originators of this methodology) have written about grounded theory in an esoteric way, others have written extensively about this method in a much clearer and less rigid fashion In this paper we discuss how grounded theory could be used in a creative and constantly evolving manner for feminist research