I have a cold and my brain functions not. Luckily for all of us, there are wise and wonderful people out there posting thoughtful essays on the Pagan world. This dovetails with what I talk about in light of the Pagan community’s sometimes fundamentalist view of sacred feminism: maiden, mother, crone. Only she says is way smarter.
From the Wild Hunt: Pagan Fundamentalism by Sabina Magliocco.
I’m fighting something too. Blergh. Feel better soon. My brain isn’t functioning either, and it’s a darned good thing I finished the book for Llewellyn on Thursday and only have to work on polish edits. Blergh. Is it spring yet?
Be well a d I’m really looking forward to that book. Let me know if you need a blurb
“Pagan Fundamentalism” is a value laden term with extreme negative connotations for common people. I have documented in the below linked article how results of existing Pagan scholarship are already being misrepresented on Christian blogs with a distinctively negative agenda towards Paganism. I am very concerned that the present discussions about Pagan Fundamentalism will be used against Pagans in the same manner. See my article on this important issue entitled:
“Pagan Scholarship and anti-Pagan Propaganda” at