Posts Tagged ‘ Brighid ’

Brighid the Riveter: Is Brighid a Smith?

Apr 11th, 2018 | By

I am a little late on March’s submission because I ran into a scarcity of material that took my research in an interesting and unexpected direction. A Word on Gender Roles My anthropology background tells me that gender roles can vary widely from culture to culture, and even from subculture to subculture and family to

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Beyond Gender: Why I Chose The Goddess

Feb 15th, 2018 | By
Rose O'Conaill Blog Triskele

Last year at Beltane, I dedicated my life’s path to the Goddess, and it has been a roller-coaster ride ever since.  Over the past nine months, I have come to terms with my identity and constantly been pushed to stop hiding it.  I joke that you can summarize me with three “P”s: pansexual, polyamorous, and

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Brigid’s Day

Feb 1st, 2018 | By

Brigid, who is also known as Persephone Rises like an epiphany From the womb of Winter’s death. Imbolc, celebrated at the start of February; roughly half way between winter solstice and spring equinox (in the Northern hemisphere anyway- in the southern hemisphere this would be around the start of August, around the time we are

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