A Craft Like Me
Queering Our Magical Praxis
- 30 US dollars$30
- Post Road
As both the number and the visibility of queer and trans practitioners within Pagan, polytheist, and magical communities increases, so too does the need to engage critically with the practices within our traditions which are grounded in binary, cisgender, and heterocentric ideas about gender and sexuality. This presentation discusses ways we can all explore our extant magical traditions and practices, and work to adapt and develop new practices which are reflective of our lived experiences as queer witches, magicians, and devotees. Misha Magdalene (she/they) is the author of Outside the Charmed Circle: Exploring Gender & Sexuality in Magical Practice (Llewellyn, January 2020). She's a multi-classed, multi-geek, multi-queer witch and sorcerer with a degree in gender studies and an initiate of multiple lines of traditional witchcraft, including Anderson Feri and Gardnerian Wicca, as well as a reckless dabbler in both modern ceremonial magic and grimoiric Goetia. She lives just outside Providence, RI with her polymath wife and two adorably demonic black kittens. If you are a member of the LGTBQIA2S+ community and would like to take part in this class but are unable to due to financial restrictions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org as we have scholarships available.
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3287 Post Road, Warwick, RI, USA