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P. Sufenas Virius Lupus

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LGBTQI Spirituality

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P. Sufenas Virius Lupus is a metagender and a founding member of the Ekklesía Antínoou (a queer, Graeco-Roman-Egyptian syncretist reconstructionist polytheist religious group dedicated to Antinous, the deified lover of the Roman Emperor Hadrian and other related gods and divine figures). E is a contributing member of Neos Alexandria and a Celtic Reconstructionist pagan in the filidecht and gentlidecht traditions. You can find Lupus' work published in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina volumes dedicated to Hekate, Isis and Serapis, Artemis, Zeus, Hermes, Pan, the Near Eastern Deities, Thoth, the science fiction anthology, Hephaistos, and many more to come. E has published a book of poems, The Phillupic Hymns (2008), as well as the books The Syncretisms of Antinous (2010), Devotio Antinoo: The Doctor's Notes, Volume One (2011), All-Soul, All-Body, All-Love, All-Power: A TransMythology (2012), A Garland for Polydeukion (2012), and A Serpent Path Primer (2012); e also has poems printed in the Scarlet Imprint anthologies Datura:An Anthology of Esoteric Poesis (2010) and Mandragora: Further Explorations in Esoteric Poesis (2012). Follow Lupus' work on the Aedicula Antinoi blog!

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