I’ve got a couple posts brewing. One of them talks about using victimhood as a means to coerce people to do what you want. Another is a practical guide for Pagan men, on how to behave at Pagan gatherings in a way that’s not creepy.
I’m holding off publishing these for a while.
It’s not that I don’t believe these things are incredibly important. (They are.)
Rather, for the first one (which I’m tentatively calling “weaponized victimhood,”) I do not in any way wish to detract from actual victims of sexual abuse who are coming forward with their stories. Y’all have the floor right now. Get your stories out there, kick some ass, and let’s hold abusers accountable for their actions. Hit me up if you need a hand finding resources in your area.
For the second one, tips for Pagan men, I feel like now is the time for women to have the spotlight. I read an interesting article the other day, and it mentioned how one of the most important things men can do right now is honor women’s need to have space to blow up about this. To rant, to grieve, to get pissed off, to vent, to get a lawyer, to file a police report, whatever they need – and to simply cede that space for them to do so.
So, here ya go. The mic is yours. Let me know if there’s anything I can help with.
Maybe I’ll go write a post about Earth element, or a ritual to break the chains of the Mormon religion.
Got a question? Drop me a line. Have an ethically questionable situation you want me to look at? Let’s talk.