Queering the Knight of Pentacles

Queering the Knight of Pentacles

The woods we’re in right now are a particularly queer part of the woods, because it is a cruising place.  One of my favourite things is to wander the woods during the late afternoon in summer, and just listening to the sounds of the forest, and seeing men moving through the woods, feeling my body, and other bodies and the warmth of the sun.  This card for me is that it is grounded in curiosity, he’s not learning because he has to, he’s learning because he wants to.

Queering the Knight of Cups

Queering the Knight of Cups

It’s okay to feel really strongly, and it isn’t more strong to shut down your emotions and be cold. There’s a lot of strength in being able to just feel things. My way of being strong is radical gentleness, to be vulnerable and soft when it would be easier not to be.

Queering the Ace of Wands

Queering the Ace of Wands

The drag really helped me, to be able to put what ever I was feeling on the inside, on the outside in this creative being that. Make up for me as well is the same. I hate it when it’s in a job because you’re sitting there, you’re doing the same thing, where as when I’m at home and I’m doing my make up it’s completely different.

Queering the Knight of Cups

Queering the Knight of Cups

Put on your armour, weather that is your lipstick or your favourite boots. Your queer armour, what ever makes you feel good, what ever protects you, and enforce those boundaries but also fight for the things you want.

Queer tarot is so important because we’ve been bequeathed this language, all these archetypes and we get to play with them. We get to reimagine the world with Queer Tarot

Queering the 3 of Swords

Queering the 3 of Swords

Queering the 3 of Swords I would tell my younger self that you’re not going to get over grief, that it is there, and you have to learn to live with it.  You can still have hope, you can still live, and you can still love, but you don’t have to hate that part of yourself.

Queer Tarot Photography Tour update

Queer Tarot Photography Tour update

I left on this Queer Tarot cards photography tour at the end of December, and visited Philadelphia, Chicago, Alberta, Vancouver Island and Salt Spring Island.  I did over a dozen more photo shoots along the way, and each one has changed me and taught me so much.

Queering the 9 of Cups

Queering the 9 of Cups

Queering the 9 of Cups. Till my dying day I will out myself as queer and I will out myself as a witch so that people aren’t afraid of it any more. I think a queer tarot deck is all about that. It’s all about, just being out. Out and about. It gets better and better and better. Find your community. We’re everywhere and we’re waiting for you. I see you.

Queering the 7 of Swords

Queering the 7 of Swords

Queering The 7 of Swords You and your medicine are going to walk through this world, and the world isn’t going to want to take it and that’s hard for you.  Don’t forget your medicine and adding to what it already is – letting it reveal it’s self. Queer Tarot Cards The seven of Swords Minor Arcana

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