Em and I are on the move...again. Also: it's link time!
"Tarot is a way that I can step out of the moment and create some space, almost always alone, to get perspective, care for myself, come back to myself."
"I read most of this book while sitting in a hot bath and after each piece I would stop, take a deep breath and feel the wisdom from the book landing in my body."
What does it mean to resist while housebound? Maranda Elizabeth reads Starhadwk's Dreaming the Dark.
"The Slutist Tarot aims to put a woman’s voice behind eroticism, and to create images of people on the feminine spectrum in a way that we believe honors their sexualities."
Cassandra shares some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of the Page of Wands, a card of potential and personal growth.
Meet Asali and Maranda, two brilliant new columnists who are each exploring tarot, magic and spirituality from different margins and perspectives.
Let's all get over our creative paralysis, have some fun, and join in Kristen's creative oracle deck challenge.
I'm getting a goose tattoo and I have lots of feelings about it. Also: lots of lovely links!
Everywhere I look, I see the word 'witch'. But what does it mean to hold this identity? Three active witches share their philosophy and practice.
A Major Arcana bringing age-old archetypes into the modern, queer light, powered by independent artists (and Kickstarter).
The Brady Tarot is an artist's deck featuring North American flora and fauna that is lush, bold, obsessive, and true to its roots.
The classic 'burnout' card brings compassionate messages of boundaries, rest and self-care to LGBTQ+ seekers.
Marching on streets and walking on mountains. Also: many, many links!
"In case you need to hear it anyway: the fight for LGBTQ+ rights isn't over." This card reminds us of our struggle, and of our immense power.
A three-card spread to explore the qualities and perspectives the Slow Holler Tarot can bring to tarot readings.
Cassandra Snow explores some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of these two powerful, potent cards.
A few things I want more of in 2017. What about you?
You do you this year. Oh, and some links.
Tarot creator Sarah Shipman introduces us to a couple of the amazing women of her feminist tarot deck, Our Tarot.
Photographer Elisabeth shares her first impressions of this gorgeous new queer-at-heart tarot deck (along with some truly stunning pictures.)
Some of the most common tarot struggles you shared in my reader survey, and some tips for tackling them. Plus new plans for 2017!
Conflict, competition, and conviction take center stage with these strife-filled Wands cards. Cassandra Snow explores some LGBTQ+ specific interpretations.
[Guest Post] Alexis Cunningfolk is back with a review of Linestrider Tarot AND an interview with creator Siolo Thompson.