What We Mean By Rape Culture

I debated over this post. My colleagues genuinely believe it’s wrong to give things like this attention, and maybe they are right. I prefer to expose these things to the light of day. Maybe I’m wrong. I should go ahead an warn that some folks may find triggers in this post, and it does contain [Read More…]

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With All Due Modesty (NSFW)

“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” — Inigo Montoya, The Princess Bride Modest is defined by Merriam-Webster as 1.) placing a moderate estimate on one’s abilities or worth; 2.) arising from or characteristic of a modest nature; 3.) observing the proprieties of dress and behavior; [Read More…]

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Memorial Day: Honoring the Fallen

Let’s not forget those who have fought and fallen to protect our freedom to kick back and debate our religious communities’ issues. Selena Fox is doing a ceremony to honor Pagan Military Dead this morning, and asks folks to check out the Pagan Military Association page on Facebook. Celia, who wrote the anthem “Symbol” in [Read More…]

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Final Push for Pagan/Japan Relief Effort

Reprinted with permission from PNC-Minnesota. The fundraising effort by the Pagan community for the survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan heads into its final push this weekend.  The goal is set at $30,000 and as of press time, $28,631 has been raised since the effort began on the 14th of March. Peter Dybing [Read More…]

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Pagans Standing By Japan: How You Can Help

On Friday, as I watched the news and saw the damage caused by the earthquake in Japan and tsunami that swept the Pacific, I began to reach out to Pagan charities and get as much information as possible on the best way to help the Japanese people rescue, heal and restore. I wish I could [Read More…]

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When Good Pagans Do Nothing

“All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” – Leo Tolstoy My Southern Baptist upbringing taught me that I was in the world but not of it. I was not to be concerned with worldly things, or to seek to engage with the world on it’s terms. I [Read More…]

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O’Donnell, the Media, Real Witches and the Promise of October

The Pagan community never expected this kind of media attention over Christine O’Donnell’s ignorant and silly comments. We certainly didn’t receive this much attention when Jerry Falwell said that we, along with the ACLU and others, caused 9/11. As a community we are used to people saying something negative and ridiculous about us in the [Read More…]

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Columbia and The Wicker Man: Embracing The Barbaric?

Over the July 4th weekend several Pagan blogs raised a cry of “Hail Columbia!”. This was met with some mixed reactions, one of the most thought provoking being from Meadowsweet & Myrrh (a blog worth checking out). The critique for worshiping Columbia is this: she is a symbol of the oppression of white colonialism and [Read More…]

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Welcome Home! A “festal virgin” on Pagan Spirit Gathering 2010

A “festal virgin” describes being at the 30th annual Pagan Spirit Gathering! [Read more…]

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Pagan Inclinations of the Founding Fathers

What a great thing it is, to live in a country founded on principles of freedom, especially religious freedom. Despite those who would rewrite history, the United States of America is “not in any sense founded on the Christian religion”: a statement approved by George Washington himself. In fact, many of the building blocks of [Read More…]

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