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TWIH Episode 77: The Politics of the Body with Irene McCalphin

Irene McCalphin joins us this week to talk about the intersections of fat liberation and marginalization. Why is it important to have representation in spiritual imagery, both in regards to race and body size? Why is the language of our rituals important? How can we move through learning about these issues of marginalization and come […]

Earning vs. Deserving Respect

Shortly before the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), I shared an article by my friend and mentor, Rev. Gina Pond, on Facebook about who should be considered elders in the Pagan community, which I prefaced with the following comment: Age is not entirely relevant here.” AMEN! Elders do not deserve respect simply because they are […]

Theology, the Ekklesía Antínoou, and PSVL

At least two of my mentors have indicated they aren’t surprised that the deeper I get into my seminary studies the more I find myself identifying as an adversarial theologian. And with this semester in particular, the readings for my preaching and theology classes have me turning more and more to the theology and pantheon […]