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GLBT (Etc.) Pagans of PaganSpace

A group for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Asexual, Intersex, (etc.) Pagans. If you fall (even loosely) into these categories, or are open-minded to learning about such, please join us! All curious, open-minded and friendly people welcome.

Location: PaganSpace.net
Members: 370
Latest Activity: yesterday

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Comeing out

Started by Cynthia Dollar. Last reply by Laurence C. Jan 27. 15 Replies

Interesting comment

Started by Avalon Ann Decker. Last reply by Lothair Yul Dragonmyst Oct 20, 2016. 1 Reply

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Comment by Ashlyn Astarte yesterday

Hi everyone! I should have been a girl but instead I'm a girl with a guy's body. I'm getting over my fears of society and I hope to transform from a caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly one day. It takes time to grow wings. :) I'm also pansexual. I have been guided by a spirit that I believe to be either similar to Ishtar/Astarte or possibly the goddess herself. She guides me through dreams mainly but also through very conscious signs and events in my life.

It's nice to know there are more people like me on this site. <3

Comment by David J. Mcessey on March 29, 2017 at 12:15pm

Comment by Jeffery Larson on February 28, 2017 at 3:35pm
I'm bisexual and I am gender fluid. My chosen path (the Gods chose me actually) is of the ancient Romans. To be specific, I look to the Roman monarchy through the Republic for my faith.
Comment by Michael o'malley on January 29, 2017 at 1:26pm

hello how is everyone

Comment by David J. Mcessey on January 16, 2017 at 11:16am

I look at Society's changes thru time. People of the past could

sit out in star light and let their minds wander.

 With the advent of metroplex's with Ten's of millions of

people in cities around the world changes the individual to

pay attention to the local environment or perish.

 This is my thought; the limitation's on physical freedoms led

the mind to notice all the background sights , sounds and feelings

that the brain/ body is bombarded with every day.

  When I was in the US Navy I became aware of the sounds

and vibrations of the vessel.

 As the environment changes  so should people.

 

Comment by Medb St. Jerome on January 9, 2017 at 7:36pm

“How do members think about ‘Evolution of the Species’??”
— Comment by David J. Mcessey

I’m probably missing the point of the question, but humanity’s possession of an oversized brain has for some time let us change our environment rather than being changed by it. Now it’s a dance of raising consciousness, which seems to be a two step forward one step back circle waltz with half the dancers running to the back (i.e. returning to the unconscious collective) on each turn. There is progress, but it often doesn’t feel progressive.
(Unsure of the comment wall rules)

Comment by David J. Mcessey on January 9, 2017 at 10:47am

"there is a cost to maintaining the illusion of conformity. The other closets mostly have to do with my philosophic, theological, scientific and esoteric theories, which never seem to synch up with the rest of humanity. On top of my study of Occult science, I am interested in Queer theory, its intersection with Feminist theory, and how that links with Esoteric principles."

 How do members think about "Evolution of the Species"??

Comment by Medb St. Jerome on January 8, 2017 at 10:58pm

Salutations. I just wanted to leave an introductory comment for the group. I have a lot of closets, the least of which is that I’m Bisexual (technically Pan, but Bi for political reasons). I am out of this closet with my partner and my youngest daughter, but I haven’t made it a point to tell anyone else. I make no apologies for survival by “passing”, but I am aware there is a cost to maintaining the illusion of conformity. The other closets mostly have to do with my philosophic, theological, scientific and esoteric theories, which never seem to synch up with the rest of humanity. On top of my study of Occult science, I am interested in Queer theory, its intersection with Feminist theory, and how that links with Esoteric principles.

Comment by Black Widow on December 27, 2016 at 10:22am

some people know i am bisexual, but i haven't come out of the broom closet as yet.

Comment by David J. Mcessey on December 13, 2016 at 1:21pm

https://www.buzzfeed.com/skarlan/these-comics-about-transitioning-a...

This is from Men 24 on Twitter. Graham Norton, LOGO are sites

that I trust. Meaning they do not prey upon confusion & the insecurity of trying to fit in.

 

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