On the Nature of Gender

What set this blog off was my weeping with joy for Cassidy Campbell. Seeing how beautiful Cassidy is, I thought to look at some of the online transgender groups. Seeing all these exquisite teenagers, whether they call themselves boys or girls, I could weep, knowing what hell they must have survived, and rejoice for their courage and the fact that they have now been able to make their own choices, thank the Gods. The walls of bigotry are crumbling faster in this country now that I think anyone … [Read more...]

All Humans (and Many of the Gods) Are Bi

A while back, in one of my speculations about the nature of the Gods, I wrote, “There is at least one God who is male and at least one Goddess who is female.” A gay colleague got very upset with that concept, saying it left no room for him. He’s a really bright guy. Why did he misunderstand that? I unfortunately tend to assume that other people know some of the arcane information I’ve picked up over the years, like, for example, the difference between restrictive and nonrestrictive … [Read more...]

Three Pagan Poems

After that last series of essays, I will just lighten up a little.   On a Very Mixed Party at Bob and Bill’s At first the dopers and the gays each thought The others were straight, then everyone decided Everyone else was cool, and the party warmed up. At one point ten girls were, two by two, The only ones dancing: flamboyant Maggie, Milly, Bev, the German girl who lives with Maggie, The blonde whom Rupert had been trying to pick up, The little birdlike girl who shies … [Read more...]


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