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Natalie *

I identify as an anarcho-feminist witch (but only in private). I think life would be a lot more wonderful with more homage paid to the various gods. I often think about how it would make a more tolerant society if we made more public holidays to celebrate the various deities. I use she/her pronouns. I love that magick today is a wide intersecting cauldron of various people and causes. I think celebrating queer magick is important and I love that we get an opportunity to share our feelings about it in such a great forum. I think constantly examining your own biases and reevaluating the previous structures, taking what is good, leaving behind what is outmoded is the only way we will build our new world of love.

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Telling Queer Stories: The Lovers – 6

Posted on: 21 Sep 2017

This card had symbolism for those that have difficulty experiencing love for themselves, let alone love for another being and finally gave me some hope of understanding why the goddess was choosing to repeat this message to me over and over again. Since then, I have been applying myself to loving those small parts of myself that feel unloved, working through my childhood experiences of feeling less than loved sometimes and thinking more and more of my community and how we struggle to be accepted in our choices of love.