Storm Faerywolf reflects on the current wave of anti-trans legislation in the United States and uses the occasion to highlight trans and nonbinary Pagan creators.
Opinion: Is This a Moment, Movement, or Memory?
Individual freedoms that we take for granted, such as the right to live, walk, play, where one wishes or to speak freely about any subject disappears when authoritarianism descends upon a country.
Arts & Culture
Review: Jackson Crawford’s “The Wanderer’s Hávamál”
Lyonel Perabo reviews Jackson Crawford’s “The Wanderer’s Havamal,” a translation of the Old Norse wisdom poem alongside several additional texts.
Jimmy Carter: Faith in Action
“I believe that many Pagans would agree with President Carter’s sentiments. At least, I hope they would. There’s much to love in Carter’s words – and many points of intersection with Pagan approaches to living in the world.”
“The key is yours, Sheri Ann. A gift of understanding, perhaps.” My child-self showed up at that moment and answered, “Only my ancestors call me that.” “I know,” she answered.
Through a Glass, Queerly
Storm Faerywolf surveys some positive stories for the queer community, include memorials to the Rainbow Dead, surprisingly encouraging words from the Pope, a new queer superhero, and the scientific advancement of the erection.