Tag Archives: GLBT

GMC: Orisha Osumare

The third God for September is also the second Orisha we’ve had, Osumare. Osumare (pronounced O-SHU-mar-RAY) is also spelled Ochumare, Oshumare, or Oxumaré. An alternate name is Ketu. Especially when using the name Ketu, Osumare is connected to the spirits of … Continue reading

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Round-up of Interesting Links

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a round-up of interesting links, so this list is going to be a little bit long. A Nova Roma Temple in Ukraine was attacked and vandalized by Orthodox Christians, and the priest … Continue reading

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Interesting articles on Patheos

Patheos.com’s Pagan Portal has a lot of interesting articles right now, especially about Paganism and gender. My favorites areThe Sacred Third by Raven Kaldera and Duality and Diversity by T. Thorn Coyle. P. Sufenas Virius Lupus discusses the meaning of … Continue reading

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Aphrodite and the gay and transgendered

At first glance Aphrodite may seem to be a singly straight Goddess. It is true her own attraction is only for men, for through her children she is connected to and affirms homosexual attraction and GLBT experience. Eros, her son … Continue reading

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Antinous and GLBT Gods

I’ve been thinking about Antinous, the deified young lover of Emperor Hadrian. His historial cult is interesting, but I’ve been strangely drawn to him lately. There was no concept of sexual orientation back in the day, but He has been … Continue reading

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