Queer Tarot: The Fool As the 0 the first card in the set, The Fool is truely the beginning, the pure, naive and purest version of yourself. With an innocence and open mind it pushes forward. Letting go of hurt and pushing forward, I try to come back to this place, embrace my inner child, without assumptions being open to new adventures.
I chose the Tower, and in some Deck’s it is called The Storm. The Tower card is about rebirth and destroying things and I think thats that what I find myself constantly doing. Throwing things out and starting again. I work writing theatre, I’ve only just learned that the best can be to say “I’m going to start again”
I chose the Lovers because it represents unity more specifically the unity in myself. When I was younger I used to shun the feminine side. It took meeting allot of people that showed me there’s no shame. Taking on drag is something that allowed me to express my femininity and love who I am.
What really appealed to me is the boundaries we create, the respect for boundaries. In a kink sense that can be having conversations about boundaries or hard limits, and being clear about them -there is such a relief in that. What is it about this card that you resist and where is that thing you resist – in yourself.
“They think I’ll never find an audience that will resonate with what I have to offer – but there are people out there who are just like me, and I can’t be the only one!” I think it’s about finding your inner divinity and your inner power & knowing that you are just as worthy, beautiful & just powerful as anyone else.
What is home? And how do we define it. This interview started me thinking about the end, beginning and completion of cycles, travel and the passing of time, and truely came into my life right at the time I was thinking of going on the road too and moving overseas to Canada. I’m so grateful for all the lessons I’ve learned through these Queer Tarot Cards.
The Hight Priestess for me is one of balance as well as power and trust, and that’s important in society. A Queer Tarot deck is important, because it gives meaning to the queer community. I’m still rediscovering myself right now, and for those who are intersex out there, never give up on your identity, be who you are, and never give up. Don’t be something that you’re not.
The Queen of Cups has been my signifier tarot card, many years ago and re-reading it I think it still holds. It’s about intuition, which is a part of me that I really need to reconnect with. It is creative and nurturing, full of nature and WINE or Coffee. Queer Tarot Card Queen of Cups
Queer Tarot Cards Judgement version 2 Queer Tarot #METOO Me Too March. With #MeToo people are being more upfront with their communities & how to keep themselves safe as a community. Why not have Tarot be embodied by Queer people, adding queer experiences as layers of metaphors & meaning to each concept portrayed
Queering Judgement: 20 for Queer Tarot #blacklivesmatter I am Judgement. Our generation is under immense pressure of external judgement. It’s a heavy card that intertwines love and acceptance. It’s a card to remind you that what ever you’re feeling in your heart that needs to be said, absolutely needs to be said.