Seeking the Grail: Activism – Can’t You Take a Joke?


Recently, I went to the Bristol Renaissance Faire. I used to work there in my teens and early twenties, and it’s a place I used to feel was “home,” a refuge from the outer mundane world. But, this time, a funny thing happened. A lot of the schtick wasn’t funny anymore. [Read more...]

Dandelion Seeds: Somewhere Over the Rainbow, But Not Out of the Woods

Benson Kua [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The Rev. Hill talks frankly about her misadventures in marrying gay people and lessons learned when being proud and loud. [Read more...]

Syncretic Electric: Looking at Our History (Part 5) — Feminism

Pallas Athene

Not every Pagan views their spirituality as a site of political action, but, for many of us, this has been one of the lasting gifts of Feminism. For the early Feminists, spirituality and politics were bound up in each other, and this action is mirrored in the eco-consciousness elements of Modern Paganism. [Read more...]

Oral Roberts’ Grandson is a GLBTQI Activist

That guy on the streetcorner cooking stew and hanging out with his boyfriend isn’t homeless: he’s the performance art activist grandson of famous (or infamous) televangelist Oral Roberts: It’s a vaguely subversive idea—the antithesis of the “We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it” ethos, a strategic divorcing of homosexuality from sexuality, a tent-revival effort [Read More...]