I tend to read about female villains with a grain of salt. If I read between the lines and think from a fresh perspective (not an antique male view) then I wonder. In history the winners tell the story. Seldom were women the winners in history. The forgotten, the ignored, the blamed… I’m not man … Read more
Originally written for The Crying Clown Zine (c. 1998) In whatever stray corner of the world you find yourself in you may have just found a Pagan or Wiccan if they are wearing a five pointed star with a solitary point up inside a circle. Being a solitary (Wiccan) myself I am partial to this … Read more
I don’t agree that men can be Witches. They can be Wiccan, Pagan, and call themselves a male Witch. Witch itself still does not feel gender neutral to me. I wouldn’t call myself a Wizard, or a Warlock, or other masculine titles. Gender bending is confusing for little purpose or end result. I try to … Read more
A male witch is not a warlock or a wizard, he is a Pagan, Wiccan or Witch who happens to be male. So, of course, there are men who are Witches too.
I believe in Santa Claus. Maybe I just choose to believe. But I think there’s more to it. In part it’s the Christmas spirit generated in this season, sharing good cheer and love, friendship. Maybe it’s the atmosphere of giving and not just taking. Maybe it’s the strength of all those children who also believe … Read more