Link roundup: accessible Paganism

As Paganism matures, we have to address a huge range of accessibility issues for our religion: physical accessibility for Pagans with mobility issues, assistance for Pagan parents, audiobooks for Pagans who are blind, sign language interpreters for deaf Pagans, inclusivity for LGBTQ Pagans, a welcoming atmosphere for Pagans of colour, accommodations for Pagans with allergies,…

Link roundup: accessible Paganism was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

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Link roundup: uncertainty

The Allergic Pagan – “The First Commandment of Paganism: “Thou Shalt Not Judge” (and why this is a problem)”: “I am entirely comfortable with criticizing other people’s interpretations of their experiences, and I welcome people to do the same for me. That is not to say that I will necessarily always have an answer for…

Link roundup: uncertainty was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Link roundup: types of Pagans

There is incredible diversity in this umbrella religion we call “Paganism” – to the extent that some doubt we can be called a single religion at all. I find the ways people classify the types of Pagans to be more interesting than a debate over who gets to use the term and who doesn’t.  …

Link roundup: types of Pagans was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Link roundup: inspiration

Source: Hubblesite.org   Being a part of a diverse religious community of passionate people with strongly held opinions can be challenging. Sometimes it is really easy to get caught up in debates and drama and forget how powerful and beautiful our community can be. As organizers begin working on their local Pagan Pride Days, I…

Link roundup: inspiration was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Link roundup: sacrifice

I have always been a bit interested in the idea of sacrifice. I remember listening in fascinated horror to the stories of human sacrifice when I visited the Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza when I was about 12 years old. Though I have used the various myths of Gods who sacrifice themselves for the crops…

Link roundup: sacrifice was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Link roundup: hospitality

When I’m working on a ritual, especially one I’m having trouble writing, I tend to do a lot of internet research and collecting a lot of quotes and links. Here are the ones I found most inspiring on the topic of Pagan hospitality:   “… hospitality is practiced as a way of showing respect to…

Link roundup: hospitality was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic