Tag: identity

Finding Community, Wearing Identity

I smile at the cashier softly, ask her how her day is going. I can tell that I’ve caught her a bit off-guard as she meets my gaze. In low tones, I say, “Your  Mjölnir is lovely.” Her hand immediately reaches up to it and I […]

Pagan Identity and the Plague of White Supremacy

I began this post in June of this year, right before spending a summer completely inundated with rather stressful events in my life and in the nation.  As much as I greatly desired to blog, I’ve been battling the kind of exhaustion that comes with […]

Haplogroup Identities and Pagans by finnchuill

This month I’m taking a different track, especially in light of recent murders in Oregon and evidence of pagan/heathen gods referenced in hate groups, the AFA using actual Neo-Nazi imagery, and the rising of the alt-right in general (too often showing interest in pagan imagery)*. First […]

Gender – What’s the Big Idea? by Dee Shull

The other day, someone I trust told me that they saw gender mostly in terms of energies, some kind of blending of masculine and feminine. I got very still, very quiet in that moment, because it’s an idea I’ve heard frequently in my time in […]