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Serious researcher or 'spiritual tourist'? How Alex Mar riled America's pagans
Her book Witches of America was admired in the mainstream press – but people of the faith she discusses, paganism, savaged it online. So what went wrong? Wicca religion practitioners (l-r) Don Lewis, Krystal High-Correll, and Virgina.
Year in Review: Best Music Videos of 2015
The character in the song, Diana, is based on the story of a woman from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, who avenged unprosecuted and largely ignored sexual assaults being committed by bus drivers on their routes.
This Is What It's Really Like To Be A Witch Today
One coven she doesn't quite jive with is a Dianic sect that gathers in rural Illinois to ritualistically chant second-wave feminist creeds such as, “My body is the body of the Goddess.
We're Not All Witches: An Introduction to Neo-Paganism
Other traditions of Pagan Witchcraft include Feri Witchcraft, an ecstatic form of Witchcraft founded by Victor Anderson in the 1950s, and Dianic Witchcraft, a feminist form of Witchcraft founded by Zsuzsanna Budapest in the 1970s.
There's a Sexism Problem in the Modern Witchcraft Community
In her new book Witches of America, Alex Mar writes about Dianic Wicca, a type of Wiccan tradition that focuses on women, their power and their energy.

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