Since I used to teach Wicca 101 for many years I thought I’d give it a go.
1. What Do You Call Yourself? Wiccan Druid
2. Using Common Terms, Describe Your Path: Not sure that is possible in a small space.
3. Do You Draw from a Particular Path, Not Your Own, Frequently?: No
4. Any Path Intimidate You?: No, why would any path be intimidating? Read about it if you are.
5. Favorite Herb: rosemary, roses lavendar, lilac, lemon
Seriously? I’m a Gemini and a botanist
6. Favorite Gemstone: rainbow moonstone
7. Favorite Divination Tool: faery oracle and the Greenwood tarot
8. Favorite Tools: my hands and my smithing tools
9. Favorite Sabat: Samhain & Brighid
10. Favorite Season: Spring & Fall
11. Favorite Pagan Book: Don’t have just one. See my druid reading list
12. Favorite Book with Pagan Themes: Lord of the Rings, the Darkover books
13. Favorite Myth: BunniHoTep
14. Patron God/dess: Don’t care for the term ‘patron’ prefer personal: Brighid, Kwan Yin, Hecate, & Green Man
15. Other Aligned Deities:
16. Favorite ‘Pagan’ Saying: The one I invented for my blog. “Turning people into toads is usually redundant.”
17. Most Commonly Used Offering: milk & honey
18. Believe in the Rede?: Yes, seen it work too damn many times.
19. Meditate?: walking
20. Magic?: of course, life = magic
21. If Yes to 20, Dark Witchcraft, Light Witchcraft, or In-between?: There is no such thing.
22. In or Out of the Broomcloset?: yes, for 30 years
23. Solitary or Coven Member: both and good practioner is always and ever a solitary even when in a coven or don’t bother.
24. What Forms of Social Media Do You Use as a Pagan?: Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, live journal, occasionally if I can stand the stupidity, Tumblr.
25. If I Wasn’t Pagan/Wiccan, I Would Be…: I wouldn’t.
From this lovely blog: http://cauldronandbrew.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/twenty-five-questions/
This is the survey for all you folks that are not lesbians. Please fill it out as honestly as possible. They are anonymous, really, I promise.
I will be presenting my paper at the 10th Current Pagan Studies Conference at Claremont Graduate School – February 2014.
I know that some Lesbians feel they have been discriminated against but I don’t know if the rest of the community feels that they have done or seen any discrimination. I know past Pantheacons and Women’s Music Festivals and other Feminist oriented events have had those allegations made by both sides and I wanted to see what is true at least for now.