I was recently interviewed by the excellent Jera Brown over at Sacred and Subversive – a queer interfaith spirituality website.
Jera is creating an anthology of writing about queer spirituality which I’ll be contributing to.
Jera asked some great questions for the interview, such as “All acts of love and pleasure, as well as the body, are considered sacred in most Pagan traditions. This helps set up an inclusive ethos. Do you think this sacredness is intuitive? Is it something many of us simply lose touch with or are societally conditioned to think otherwise?”
Check it out.
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Yesterday evening, Bob and I went for a walk. There were red-winged blackbirds, cranes, loads of flowers (a pink & white vetch that smells nice; a white mallow; a white campion; water lilies coming out on the millpond; a big pink convolvulus). We saw ducklings with a mother duck. And away from the river, we saw a pair of cardinals feeding on a bird feeder. And a beautiful sunset.
Yesterday I went out in the garden, cleared some weeds, and built some crazy-paving steps.
The rocks of Ontario are sharp and abrasive. My fingers are sore. The soil in our garden is sandy and soft.
I have just moved from Oxford, England, to Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. As you can imagine, this will cause some emotional upheaval. I feel very rooted in England, and am concerned about the issue of land stolen from Indigenous people in Canada, and the effects of colonialism on their wellbeing and way of life.