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Warriors of Love: Rumi's Odes to Shams of Tabriz attempts to translate dance into poetry: transcendence by abandoning the self into song.
Mirror magick gives us an opportunity to look ourselves in the face, and is a powerful tool in magical work, self-reflection, and powerful self-love.
Radical Dharma is about navigating race and gender in the western Buddhist community, but also about challenging these issues in western culture as a whole.
Donyae Coles sat down and chatted with Brandy Williams to learn more about her history and outlook on the issues in magick spaces.
The gender binary in sacred space is used as a way to represent the duality of nature but it can push people away. It's time we moved past it.
Recently, Siolo Thompson and I got together to talk about creating her Linestrider deck, which was published by Llewellyn Worldwide in May 2016.
A queer Pagan seeks a form of nature worship they could relate to, and finds it as well as a greater sense of belonging.
Magick Feeling down? How 'bout a big hug? In the tarot, the Death card means many things to many people. Barbara Moore has noticed a shift...
Can Wicca and other fertility-based faiths be reconciled with queer and non-binary identities?
“Queer” can serve as an umbrella term for the ever-expanding LGBTTQIA+ acronym.
I've written before about sexism before, but systemic sexism is something that affects all of us, pretty much all the time.
Gender and the elements is a subject that's frustrated me for some time now, and I'd like to air my thoughts and see what you think about it.
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