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.
A quick peek at some of the things you told me in the Lovely People Survey!
Winter has come. Also: links!
"I created the Dark Days Tarot deck as a devotional exercise to the moon, my favorite femme." Tarot artist Wren McMurdo on her relationship to lunar cycles.
Oh yes - it's the Little Red Tarot Lovely People Survey 2016! Get in here!
I drew cards to bring you messages of inspiration, hope and encouragement. Here are the ones that came up over and over.
If you're scared right now, if you're freaking out, if you need a reminder of how incredible you are, let me pull a card for you.
From communication to activism and expanding your relationship horizons, Cassandra Snow discusses some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of these three cards.
Folk tradition, herbalism, meditations, ancestors, rituals, reflections, a memento mori, how to conduct a seance with tarot, and more wonderful writing for the thinning of the veil.
Cassandra shares some queer-specific interpretations of this card, and its themes of sex and gender, passion and fire.
Thoughts on home and #WeAreScotland, plus lots and lots of lovely links.
Andi interviews small-business owner Brettley Mason on queer empowerment, spiritual roots, political solidarity, ethical sourcing, and community support.
"For a queer seeker, The World can show that your identity and sense of self are stronger than they've ever been, a triumph in and of itself for most of us."
The questions are simple, yet crucial, each one prompting a deeper inquiry into the intersecting web of privilege and injustice that make up our individual lives, our communities, our societies.
"I would at this point in my life describe myself as fat, black, queer, and divine. There isn't a deck out there to my knowledge that expresses this freedom that I feel within myself."
We each have our own wounds, scars, and challenges, but the truest healing takes place when we see their place in a shared story and work to heal and move forwards together.