Wiccan Chicks
Fisher

Gloucester, VA

#1 Nov 23, 2012
So what's with all the red hair dye ? Is it suppose to be intimidating or something ?

Is it a uniformed look for Wiccan Chicks ?

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#2 Dec 12, 2012
Are you posting from the 90's? I have no idea what you are talking about. I remember it being a bit of a fad during my college days in the 90's- but that was really more of an 'artsy chick' thing- and maybe SOME of those were also into The Craft (movie) idea of Wicca. They have long since moved on and had kids and now drive a van to yoga and kids' soccer practice and maybe go to a Unitarian church sometimes ...if you want generalizations.

If you want a real life, lifelong, everyday Wiccan WOMEN, examples include Patti Wingington, Byron Ballard, and Margo Adler and Starhawk:

http://paganwiccan.about.com/
http://witchesandpagans.com/The-Village-Witch...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margot_Adler
http://www.starhawk.org/starhawk/about.html

And me, personally, I went grey early, so I dye my hair whatever color/s I feel like, recently black, then purple and copper. Blond may be next. It's just hair, jeesh, don't get all tangled up about it.
Ken Ra

Rosemount, MN

#3 Dec 13, 2012
Fisher wrote:
So what's with all the red hair dye ? Is it suppose to be intimidating or something ?
Is it a uniformed look for Wiccan Chicks ?
Calling a Wiccan Woman a " chick " will get you into trouble.Our religion has a definite respect for the Feminine. Respect is either admiration or fear, take your choice.
Ken Ra

Rosemount, MN

#4 Dec 13, 2012
Calling a Wiccan Woman a " chick " will get you into trouble.Our religion has a definite respect for the Feminine. Respect is either admiration or fear, take your choice.

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#5 Dec 13, 2012
Well that is a broad generalization and assumption. We don't all act or react the same. Get off the whole uniformity thing, people. Wicca is a set of practices around a few beliefs in the sacredness of Nature, Self, and the existance of at least a God and Goddess or multiple God/esses. There are no uniforms, no dress codes, no feminist credos, no political parties... just individuals that hold a few things in common and practice rituals in a similar fashion.

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#6 Dec 13, 2012
Also, for the record I don't expect either admiration or fear from random people because I am Wiccan and/or female. Just to be treated as a human being, I expect, respect, and encourage that.
Wiccan Chick

Gloucester, VA

#7 Dec 16, 2012
Ken Ra wrote:
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Calling a Wiccan Woman a " chick " will get you into trouble.Our religion has a definite respect for the Feminine. Respect is either admiration or fear, take your choice.
Be quiet. Your goddess did not give you permission to speak on this topic.

“Dance with Fire- Boycott BS”

Since: Apr 07

Moon

#10 Dec 17, 2012
Fisher wrote:
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Then stop treating pagan NDNs like third class citizens at your festivals and forums.
When?

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