feminism Archive

She is Sitting in the Night: Thea’s Tarot is really gay

By jennadanchuk
She is Sitting in the Night traces the history of Thea’s Tarot, and Oliver

Voices of the Sacred Feminine, ed. Karen Tate

By Susan Starr
Voices of the Sacred Feminine is a collection of 40 interviews and guest essays

All Acts of Love and Pleasure, by Yvonne Aburrow

By Xenia
Can Wicca be inclusive toward queer identities and sexuality? The answer, to my pleasant

God, Goddess, and Other: Fertility faiths and queer identities

By Xenia
Can Wicca and other fertility-based faiths be reconciled with queer and non-binary identities?

Why I left the OTO

By Psyche
Aleister Crowley was an exceptional magician, and his books remain the best written about

We need to talk about misogyny and sexism

By Psyche
I've written before about sexism before, but systemic sexism is something that affects all

Sexism revisited

By Psyche
The comments section for "Sexism in contemporary occulture" and "Gender and the elements" flared

Sexism in contemporary occulture

By Psyche
None contested that sexism was endemic in occulture, but few seemed interested in exploring

Feminine Mysteries of the Bible, by Ruth Rusca

By Mike Gleason
Feminine Mysteries in the Bible: The Soul Teachings of the Daughters of the Goddess,

Review: Women of Power, by Jaq D. Hawkins

By Psyche
Women of Power: The Woman As Magus, by Jaq D. Hawkins CapallBann Publishing, 186163241X,

Review: Maiden Magick, by C. C. Brondwin

By Mike Gleason
Maiden Magick, by C. C. Brondwin New Page Books, 1564146707, 211 pp. (+ bibliography

Review: Women’s Magic, by Sue Bowers

By Mike Gleason
Woman’s Magic, by Sue Bowers Samuel Weiser, 1578632218, 165 pages (notes, bibliography & index),