Welcome to the LGBTQ thread.
How very nice to meet you.
I am Gay or at least I think I am. I have feelings to other guys in my classes. I keep it to myself normally because I don’t want the back lash of my family finding out. That is the reason I am studying magick so I can blind my family from the things I want to do.
Welcome to Thread! Things will be kicking off shortly!
Im bi. There is ONLY PREY lol
Bi here with trans tendencies, though often bordering on asexual.
Gay here, never really talk about it on forums of any sort, but its nice to put it out in the open, recently did that with my entire family as well, plently of backlash, but at least nothing is hidden anymore.
gay to the core, i find myself crying tears of passion for almost anyone who’s feminine and brimming with estrogen hehehe
(although i have slept with one guy before… shhh don’t tell anyone! i don’t wanna lose my queer cred! )
edit: not to imply bi ppl are lesser or anything… u know what i mean
Hey guys im going to be doing the return of ishtar rite on 21st of April since it put us nicely in spring. Last time i did a 2 part ritual one was to welcome ishtar back and the second half was asking her to take on her war aspect and help us fight against our lgbtqi+ adversaries. So will link the original thread when back from work and we can see how to proceed from there.
YES! It’s finally time
Right people who are going to be joining me here some research info to help you get a better understanding of both the return of ishtar which marks the renewal of spring and also the origin of queer ones aka LGBTQI+ community.
This youtube channel had a summary of the ishtar myth if you want to watch.The channels one of my personal favourites because of the myths they cover:
0.47 to 2.57
Can I join this
This freaking made my day.
Count me in. I am a bi guy myself, howver I’ll help out in any way that I can.
Right if your helpping out this sat i will give you a list of things that might help for the ritual. Her fave colours are red & blue so altar cloth suggestions. candles are same as above. a statue or image of ishtar as the centre piece. Some lapis lazulie crystal one of her faves. offerings red wine, cakes especially cresent shaped or hot cross buns if not something sweet and fruity. also dyed eggs in red & blue with her symbol drawn on them in gold marker.
Ishtar… Interesting considering we just celebrated Her holiday.