[Pagan in Place] “Feminism is for Naturalistic Pagans: An Invitation to Magic” by Anna Walther

Humanistic Paganism

(self portrait by Ashley Wells Jackson, used with permission)

Others have chronicled more expertly than I can First Wave feminism’s fight for suffrage, the Second Wave’s push for economic and legal equality, the Third Wave’s concerns with race, class, transgender rights, and sex positivity, and the emerging Fourth Wave’s use of social media to advocate for reproductive justice and deconstruct the gender binary. Readers of this blog already know about the Goddess movement and feminist earth practices. As Pagans, our theologies, our guiding beliefs and principles, emerge from lived experience. Most meaningful for this month’s theme of feminism, then, is for me to share some of my lived experiences as a woman.

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~ by Sable Aradia on July 5, 2015.

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