Month: February 2018

The Year of Showing Up: Part I

Our community’s year ends with the Full Moon in Cancer and, after a brief respite and rest in the liminal zone Between, begins again at Imbolc.  With each new Sisterhood year comes a new Sisterhood theme, one that organically emerges and arises to be identified […]

Mythology: Continued, not Revised

I stand with Planned Parenthood. They do amazing work. Whether it is providing cancer and STI screenings, helping young trans people with HRT, or just plain supporting reproductive justice, they are making people’s lives better. But it wasn’t always as simple as that. In the […]

Mundanes–Normies?! Looking at language use

So I want to end this month with a brief exploration into words and their sociotechnological implications and magical applications, specifically starting with defining the word “mundane.” “Mundane” means ordinary, which can be linked to the ideas around words like “normal” and “boring,” referring in […]

What World Shall We Create?

“There are certain actions we can take now. It is important for each individual, community, and nation to take stock of what that means for the betterment of the whole. Technical solutions can never move forward without political will, and the necessary political will requires […]

The Anger of the Other

    “But…we’ll get Good Friday off, right?”  my hopeful co-worker asked. “No, the only secular holiday we get is Christmas,” I replied. “Oh, that’s a shame, I really wanted to go celebrate with my family and I don’t know if I’ll have the time […]

HOW abuse hurts people – a few words before Pantheacon

Horrifying behaviors that should be indisputable that I still routinely see excused in the Pagan community and beyond: Any sexuality with a child AT ALL. If they’re not old enough to vote and you could not be reasonably considered a peer, leave them the hell […]

prepare, prepare

The time is coming. The time for magick in the woods. A place I haven’t been before. A place I may never see again. The years are funny like that. I can only prepare for what I think might happen. All my tools of my […]