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Queer Magic - Power Beyond Boundaries

Queer Magic - Power Beyond Boundaries

Author: Lee Harrington (Editor); Aida Manduley (Contribution by); Alder Knight (Contribution by); Alex Batagi (Contribution by); Almah Rice-Yorkman (Contribution by); Cazembe Abena (Contribution by); Chuck (Contribution by); Doug Middlemiss (Contribution by); Ivo Dominguez Jr. (Contribution by); Katessa Harkey (Contribution by); Lucecita Cruz (Contribution by); Michael Greywolf (Contribution by); Tai Fenix Kulystin (Editor); Maisha Najuma Aza (Contribution by); Aaron Oberon (Contribution by); M. C. MoHagani Magnetek (Contribution by); Orion Foxwood (Contribution by); Pavini Moray (Contribution by); Steve Dee (Contribution by); Steve Kenson (Contribution by); Thista Minai (Contribution by); Troll Huldren (Contribution by); Yvonne Aburrow (Contribution by); Dmitri Abracauskas (Contribution by); E. J. Landsman (Contribution by); Abby Helasdottir (Contribution by); Inés Ixierda (Contribution by); Jessika Fancy (Contribution by); Malcolm Maune (Contribution by); Papacon (Contribution by); Stan Stanley (Contribution by); Susan Harper (Contribution by); W. L. Bolm (Contribution by); wolfie (Contribution by); Z. Griss (Contribution by); Yin Q. (Contribution by); Adrian Moran (Contribution by); Teri D. Ciacchi (Contribution by); Sam 'Eyrie' Ward (Contribution by); Rocket (Contribution by); Michaela C. (Contribution by); Laura Tempest Zakroff (Contribution by); Clyde Hall (Interviewee); Timotha Doane (Interviewee); Blackberri (Interviewee); Garrit Lansing (Interviewee); Murray Edelman (Interviewee)
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June 2018

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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, white. In Queer Magic: Power Beyond Boundaries, Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin bring together a diverse and passionate collection of authors and artists who break out beyond that belief and explore how being LGBT+ is not just acceptable when exploring magic, but powerful. Using the diverse tools of queer activism, education, and storytelling, through academic essays and first-person narratives to comics and poster-style art, this intersectional group exposes a world beyond what so many magical practitioners have presumed is "normal." The reality is that magic, whether in Wicca or Vodou, Heathenry or Polytheism, has been fueled by people and systems beyond the binary for millennia. For many within, magic and queerness are not separate, but deeply entwined pieces of identity, worldview, and culture experienced together, always. Drag queen magic, Inclusive witchcraft, and magic for healing and survival. Gender transition in Rome, possession practices, and DIY divination. Social justice, queer black tantra, and polarity beyond gender. Honoring ancestors, fluidity of consciousness, and reimagining the Great Rite. Queer sex magic, power sigils, deities that reflect diversity... and more. 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. Each piece is a unique and passionate chance to look into your own relationship with magic, break out of the tales of what your practice "should" look like, and expand your awareness into the queer magic as well as your own power beyond boundaries.

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General Fields

  • : 9781942733799
  • : Mystic Productions Press
  • : May 2018
  • : 15.2 Centimeters X .6 Centimeters X 22.8 Centimeters
  • : June 2018
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 351
  • : English
  • : Paperback
  • : Lee Harrington (Editor); Aida Manduley (Contribution by); Alder Knight (Contribution by); Alex Batagi (Contribution by); Almah Rice-Yorkman (Contribution by); Cazembe Abena (Contribution by); Chuck (Contribution by); Doug Middlemiss (Contribution by); Ivo Dominguez Jr. (Contribution by); Katessa Harkey (Contribution by); Lucecita Cruz (Contribution by); Michael Greywolf (Contribution by); Tai Fenix Kulystin (Editor); Maisha Najuma Aza (Contribution by); Aaron Oberon (Contribution by); M. C. MoHagani Magnetek (Contribution by); Orion Foxwood (Contribution by); Pavini Moray (Contribution by); Steve Dee (Contribution by); Steve Kenson (Contribution by); Thista Minai (Contribution by); Troll Huldren (Contribution by); Yvonne Aburrow (Contribution by); Dmitri Abracauskas (Contribution by); E. J. Landsman (Contribution by); Abby Helasdottir (Contribution by); Inés Ixierda (Contribution by); Jessika Fancy (Contribution by); Malcolm Maune (Contribution by); Papacon (Contribution by); Stan Stanley (Contribution by); Susan Harper (Contribution by); W. L. Bolm (Contribution by); wolfie (Contribution by); Z. Griss (Contribution by); Yin Q. (Contribution by); Adrian Moran (Contribution by); Teri D. Ciacchi (Contribution by); Sam 'Eyrie' Ward (Contribution by); Rocket (Contribution by); Michaela C. (Contribution by); Laura Tempest Zakroff (Contribution by); Clyde Hall (Interviewee); Timotha Doane (Interviewee); Blackberri (Interviewee); Garrit Lansing (Interviewee); Murray Edelman (Interviewee)