Interesting and thoughtful. I've come to regard the term "witch" as meaning "practitioner of Neo-Pagan Craft." I don't pay much attention to the possible gender polarity implications. But maybe I've made my own adaptations to Craft's nurturing of Goddesses as an alternative to masculine monotheism. I wouldn't mind being called a "warlock." But I've called myself a"witch" for so long that I'm at ease with the term and the identity.
Very Very Nice!! When you typed LIVE ... i dashed to the site in hopes of seein' LIVE CAM! LOL! MM~ What ENERGY that WOOD have been! <3XoX
That article also made me want to say 'but I am the blacksmith!' At least, in World of Warcraft I am!! I wonder if we can swim back and forth.. I don't have a man's body, and it's hard to explain the changes in this woman's body as it gets older, how strongly those changes influence THOUGHT AND INTENT (like lycanthropy)...but I hope we can both preserve those things particular to each gender, and also be free enough to partake slightly of each others'.. just a little draught w/ respect, mebbe
[it would be awesome to do rites where we wear each others' skins or drag to find out how much we can intuit yeah??]
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