I was a pagan before I transitioned. I wasn't a pagan for a long time after I did. I might be queer, that may be true, but I was probably just dealing with years of repression and needed someone to lead me through my gender and sexuality. (I did not.) I might be confused because... Continue Reading →


Faith for the Gender Non Conforming

Earlier this month I attended the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference in Philadelphia, PA and, in particular, I had the privilege to attend a panel and participate in a discussion called Transforming Traditions: Trans People in Contemporary Pagan Culture. I took notes during the panel discussion and attempted to assemble my notes on the discussion that... Continue Reading →

“The kingdom, fearing attack from their enemies across the sea, took the fairy flag out of the chest high in one of the towers. It had not been flown since the days of her grandmother’s grandmother, but everyone knew that it was a powerful gift. If they flew it from the rampants during their time... Continue Reading →

On Reading

Speaking especially for those of us working within the Celtic word view, because that is my world, we need better books. We need books that are honest, pluralistic, anti-imperial, and open to mistakes and revision. We need books that are not rehashing of what has been written, but ones that plumb the depths of philosophy... Continue Reading →

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