This is the second of a three-part series. A discussion of the word “pagan” is here When I say I’m a Witch, people sometimes ask if I mean Wiccan, and whether those two words mean the same thing. The answer … Continue reading →
I’m taking the week off. Enjoy some black magic with Rachel Price. “That Old Black Magic” Rachel Price from her 2008 album, The Good Hours. Music by Harold Arlen. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. First released by Glenn Miller 1942.
The words “pagan,” “witch,” and “heathen,” as with any words with a long pejorative history, require careful reflection on how they are used. Random House dictionary defines pagan (noun) as 1) one of a people or community serving a polytheistic … Continue reading →
Patriarchy is the control of women and the ownership of children through institutionalized marriage and fatherhood. That’s what it is, on it’s most fundamental level. Seeking legal status of a romantic partnership, with its privileges and obligations, means being an … Continue reading →
We’ve all seen the charts that advocates for marriage equality have drawn showing all the legal rights married people have that single people don’t. Why shouldn’t gay couples, like straight couples, have access to those privileges that singles, gay and … Continue reading →