Coven & Queer Thought: How Mainstreaming Paganism Damages Queer Voices

Boudoirs and Broom Closets

When I first came out as a gay man it was with a sense of terror and relief, all wrapped into one, that greeted me. It was like jumping from a plane, you both want to and do not want to all at the same time. I graduated high school and moved to study at my four year university where I met several other people deeply interested in the occult, as I was. They came from every end of the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, from cis-gendered and heterosexual to pansexual and trans*. We would meet and share stories of magic, tarot, what we did on the important calendar days, and how we worked with our various beliefs (we didn't all subscribe to the same beliefs per se) when surrounded by people who may not understand.

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The Top Ten Tarot Cards for LGBTQ and Beyond

In contemporary circles we are seeing a freedom of exploration, in identity, self acknowledgment, and personal presentation. The following cards take this into consideration and present ten updated Tarot cards for those in the LGBTQ+ community that can be used in either personal medication, spell-casting, journal prompts, or simply something to note in a reading.  

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