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Queer magic

Lee Harrington

Queer magic

power beyond boundaries

by Lee Harrington

  • 304 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Mystic Productions Press in Anchorage, AK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gender nonconformity,
  • Sexual minorities,
  • Magic

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin
    SeriesSpirituality, LGBT studies, Spirituality
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF1621 .Q44 2018
    The Physical Object
    Pagination341 pages
    Number of Pages341
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26958406M
    ISBN 101942733798
    ISBN 109781942733799
    OCLC/WorldCa1004254278

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    I turn to the online publication, Autostraddle, to describe the video, "a queer wonderland of magic, sex, kink, and femme on femme goodness. We get gorgeous fat femmes in skimpy black lingerie, femmes of different abilities, femmes of color, and femmes kissing and . "Queer Magic" is a Foreword INDIES winner in LGBT (Adult Nonfiction). Tomás Prower’s "Queer Magic" explores the seemingly heteronormative history of the world’s religions and turns it on its head. It delves into overlooked or rewritten deities, historical figures, and religions with inclusive politics.


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Surprisingly detailed, Prower examines not only the practices of pre-modern native cultures, but also the effects of Christian colonialism and its devastating and history /5(14). Queer Magic is really an invitation to dive deeper into This book is a journey through time and across lands, looking not only at queer figures in mythology and magic, but the people that revered/revere them/5.

Queer Magick is one of those novels that tries to address many themes, some of which are far too serious for its scope, while trying to strike a balance across a range of tone registers that only muddle it even further, to the point of Queer magic book the overall effect.

What could have been a fun comedy devolves into hocky melodrama, the epic element failing to make much of a mark under the drudgery /5.

Queer Magic book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In a wide variety of pagan paths, many forms of modern magic and mystery /5.

Queer Magic book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ryan and Alison were your average, miserable high school students until they c 3/5(1). Queer Magic is a journey around the world and through the centuries to uncover some of these hidden stories.

This book is not only history and mythology, it also contains vignettes, experiences, and practices from modern people from diverse : Llewellyn. Queer Magic ~ Book Queer Magic: Power Beyond Boundaries edited by Lee Harrington & Tai Fenix Kulystin was published on April 2, Please consider buying this amazing book which features over 50 offerings of essays, graphics and sigils by queer magic practitioners from all over the planet.

QUEER Magic: LGBT+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World. likes. "Queer Magic" is an empowering new book for LGBT+ spiritual seekers who Jump toFollowers:   Power and Magic: The Queer Witch Comics Anthology edited by Joamette Gil (LBT) “POWER & MAGIC is a comics anthology about queer witches of color for teens and adults ages and-up.

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Meet'N'Fuck: Magic Book Share Collapse Notice: Many browsers are beginning to disable or hide the Adobe Flash plugin, in preparation for its end-of-life in December /10(K). In Queer Magic: Power Beyond Boundaries, Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin bring together a diverse and passionate collection o In a wide variety of pagan paths, many forms of modern magic and mystery hold an expectation that all parties are heterosexual, cisgender, and, in many cases, ers: There are plenty more examples and reasons why queer magic is so powerful and why cultures, faiths, and magical traditions all over the world have had a special respect and fear towards practitioners of queer magic, but all of that can be found in my book Queer Magic: LGBT+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World.

Nonetheless, if I had. With practical suggestions and enlightening perspectives, this book is a unique resource for LGBT+ spiritual seekers who want to experience the sustaining energy and strength of the worldwide queer community. Praise: "Queer Magic asks us to unlearn what we've thought about the global past and instead substitutes an inclusive, more accurate.

Now he has written a book of clearheaded theory and practice that is bound to become a classic. With Gay Witchcraft, Penczak joins the ranks of his forebearers in spirit, gay writers who have taken a tradition and made it home. This is a complete book of theory and spiritual practices of Witchcraft for the gay /5(45).

Articles like “Queer Bears & Berserkers,” “Candles for Queer Magic,” “The Transgender Body as Holy and Liminal Witchcraft,” and “A Trans Positive Ritual Space” are some of the.

Queer Magic probes the world’s religions for evidence of queer figures, mythological or otherwise. Each chapter provides numerous insights into the historical existence of queer people in religious texts or traditions—as with Hindu deities who defy gender norms and the controversial tale of the only female pope.

This book packs every page with. Queer Magic and Mysticism in History and Today. Queer Magic provides nourishment for LGBT+ souls and their allies who are interested in learning about the significant presence and influence of queer folks throughout e fascinating insights into queer relationships and spiritual practices from different regions of the world.

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Whether you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, transgender, agender, genderqueer, or some other queer orientation, or you are curious about tools to access magic beyond what is often discussed, this book is for you.

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