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Pagan Traditions

The term "pagan" originally meant "rural," but has taken on a life of its own over centuries of encounters with Christian Empire. Our Pagan Traditions section includes earth-based traditions, traditions that honor the ancestors, and polytheistic traditions from around the world, even though the people included here may or may not identify as Pagan as a proper term. We recognize that the label is at once imperfect and also overlaps in significant ways with our Indigenous traditions section.

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Youth Writing Fellow Habló Rodríguez-Williams advocates for decolonial spiritual practices.

Transfaith Youth Fellow Mud Howard explores emerging trans spiritual movements.

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Latest Additions

Transfaith speaks to Neo-Pagan shaman, educator, priest, and activist Raven Kaldera, author of Hermaphrodeities: The Transgender Spirituality Workbook.

Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi expands her thoughts from this week's 5Q with a nuanced look at what is to be gained, and lost, from The Spiritual Practice of Saying No.

Transfaith speaks to Goddess, performance artist, writer, and advocate Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi.

Acknowledging the complexity of a term like "Pagan Traditions"

Transfaith speaks to Lee Harrington of Traversing Gender about Star Goddess, growing up, and social justice.

Operations Coordinator Tahnee Jackson responds to a blog on brown, non-binary expression


 
Pagan Traditions