Happy Pride Month! We wanted to take a moment to raise the profiles of our many awe-inspiring and amazing authors and creators that have contributed books and decks in support of the LGBTQIA+ community. We hope you enjoy them and find them helpful.
This past weekend also marked 51 years since the Stonewall Uprising, the symbolic beginning of a movement as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals declared their presence and their rights. Unfortunately, change comes slowly, and the fight is not yet over.
Llewellyn stands with all those working to make lasting and meaningful changes. Our late President and Chairman, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, believed that everyone should
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Misha Magdalene, author of the new Outside the Charmed Circle.
From "bathroom bills" to the #MeToo movement, our culture's struggles with issues of gender and sexuality have been at the heart of cultural change at our current moment in history. The past few decades have seen great strides and great losses in rights for queer* people, along with a profound shift in the philosophies around gender and sexuality and the language used to discuss them. The Pagan, polytheist, and magical communities are as immersed in these struggles as the rest of the overculture, and in some ways we've been part of the vanguard of these issues. As a nexus of
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tomás Prower, author of La Santa Muerte and the new Queer Magic.
Well, can they? Queer magic, on the surface, appears to be a new phenomenon. It seems like the positive result of the liberalizing of society and the globally increasing acceptance of queer individuals. With the fertile ground of open-mindedness and tolerance, queer people appear to be finally free to develop their own magic. But is this really true? And if so, is it a type of magic that hetero cisgender people can do? Should they do it?
I know, that's a lot of if/then questions in succession, but let's briefly tackle each answer one by one starting with queer magic being