Friday, March 21, 2014

[Pagan Blog Project 2014] F is for Forgetting...

I have NOT been updating this blog, and have especially been neglecting the Pagan Blog Project prompts.

I have, however, began college again! I am back into thinking I should start my theatre company, while also wanting to take as many "academia" classes as possible. I'm also now living on my boyfriend's parents' farm. I'm soon hopefully going to be reviewing some pagan and occult books I have lying around. 

So hopefully I'll be back to writing blog posts for PBP next week. It's "G", which means I will write about Gaelic Polytheism or Gaol Naofa. Probably GP followed by Gaol Naofa. I have means to write about both in my kinda personal anecdote sorta way.

Hope you're well!

Saturday, March 1, 2014

[Pagan Blog Project] E is for Everyone's Included!

A little late to post, but I wanted to use the PBP to springboard a project I started thanks to the inspiration from QueerPagans

Pagans Against Gender Binary and Heteronormativity (PAGBAH) began November 2013 and came to fruition February 2014. The movement or slogan started after discontent over the excessive amount of Binary and Heteronormative language within pagan circles and literature. This website aims to help inform pagans on what the Gender Binary and Heteronormativity are, why they are damaging, and how to counteract its presence at pagan events, forums, and other types of communities. 

Ironically, I started this though I'm not sure if I want to consider associating myself with paganism... But, I will probably continue to frequent those corners of the internet, so...erm...PAGBAH!