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Ancient Gender: North America

North America

Gender and Sexuality in Aboriginal America

Will Roscoe, a San Francisco-based activist and author, states in his book Changing Ones: Third and Fourth Genders in Native North America… 1,508 more words

Appalachia: A Way of Depth

Ancient Mountains

Appalachia is a place, at least in the parts I inhabit, where an old way of life still lingers on the edges of a blazing modern machine. 647 more words

Third Gender - Mahabharata to Nommo, fluidity in Myth & Legend

Two Spirit People

As traditions go, the emancipation of gender has proven to be as kindred to the First People’s heart as to the rains, whose nourishing sigma made fertile desert to prairie – and wild as the winds that carried them – a liberal ethos in an era mired by austere principles.   257 more words

Two-Spirit: Gender Identity in America, Before America

This article was originally written for and published on the Patheos blog Removing the Fig Leaf.


I’ve heard many people claim that sexual orientation and gender identity are new and radical ideas invented by god-hating progressives, but that’s simply not true. 998 more words


Tarot Tag 8 (or, hashtag tarot tag 8, for short)

First, welcome to my very first Tarot Tag, also known as #tarottag8.

As many of you have noticed lately, I have been happily and frequently acknowledging “Two Spirit” who is not only one of my YouTube Channel subscribers, but I also have the honor and pleasure of being one of his YouTube Channel subscribers, as well. 582 more words


Mi’kmaw-Indigenous Float to Lead Halifax Pride Parade

For the first time, a Mi’kmaw-Indigenous float will lead the 30th annual Halifax Pride Parade on July 22. John R. Sylliboy, co-founder of the Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance that submitted the float, was informed of the decision on Monday. 73 more words


Angelo Nasios' "Ten Questions Every Tarot Reader Must Answer"

Once again, I was Divinely Inspired by one of my newest and personal favorite YouTube Channel subscribers, “Two Spirit,” and yes, another Tarot Tag.

This time, the focus is: “Ten Questions Every Tarot Reader Must Answer.” 298 more words

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