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Something sinister is brewing under the waters of the Pagan community.

It is an adversary most powerful--an enemy which spreads falsity like disease, sugar-coats like a first grade Sunday school and worst of all, is burning through modern paganism like a wild-fire.

This enemy, of course, is political correctness.

However, this isn't just any political correctness. It isn't merely a means of being polite, or making an effort to not offend--this is a force gone to far.

This political correctness is actively changing what it means to be a Pagan of any sort--it is morphing once beautiful and meaningful religions from worldviews addressing the mysteries of nature into something pretty, plastic and downright silly.

A while ago, I was tossed out of a group on Facebook for teenage Pagans.

The group purported to accept all different paths, but after a brief discussion with the other members I quickly found out that their 'acceptance' was shallow and ultimately false. Acceptance, for them, was merely a word that they thought looked nice and did not comprehend.

The moment I mentioned that which could potentially be construed as 'dark'--negative magic, demonology, death for that matter--their reaction was of such disgust and fear that I was urged to leave the group and start my own 'for that kind of thing'. They were completely ignorant that the topics I mentioned have been part of paganism and occultism(which was discussed frequently) for thousands of years.

Let's take a brief look at the paganism of the past.

Gods of war? Check.

Gods of the underworld? Check.

Human and animal sacrifice? Check.

Direct address of human mysteries like birth, sexuality and death? Check.

So what happened?

Truth be told, I don't know. It's a complex subject. If I had to guess, I'd say that today's Pagans are so bent on being seen as acceptable by the Christian majority--and let's be honest here, folks, no matter how nice and pretty and sparkly you are, there are those who are always going to think you sacrifice infants to Satan in the woods at night--that they've taken to neglecting and often completely removing all the nitty gritty parts that make Paganism, well...Pagan.

Even worse, this is causing a simply horrifying amount of misinformation, ranging everywhere from basic historical knowledge to definition of terms to actual theology.

Even more disheartening is the the persecution, hatred and even denied existence of other groups within the community--most often the groups who actually stick to historical pagan concepts.

The following is a list of grievances against the Pagan community, not only addressing political correctness but also other areas where our community is lacking, misinformation first and foremost.

Here goes nothing.

1. Wicca is not an ancient religion. This is one I see repeated in all kinds of unfortunate places, namely websites aimed at seekers. Let me make something clear: It is possible that Gerald Gardner was initiated into a pre-existing coven. Witchcraft itself has been around for thousands of years, and it's perfectly plausible that he stumbled upon an underground group of practitioners. However, Gardner's Wicca is initiatory and oath-bound: the only people who know exactly what they're doing is them. Neo-Wicca, which is by the far the most popular, is based on however little information leaked from the original cult. Since the exact practices and theology of initiatory Wicca is unknown, one cannot claim neo-Wicca is an ancient religion--they've had to fill in far too many blanks, often with completely unrelated material. It may indeed incorporate some very old ideas and practices, but an incorporation of old elements does not equate to something old entirely.  

2. Nature is cruel. I don't know why this is so difficult for people to understand. I rarely if ever see the darker aspects of the natural world mentioned by modern pagans, let alone emphasized. Worse yet, those who dare bring these elements into conversation are shunned as evil, or accused of attention-seeking and "special snowflake" behavior. Almost always are they accused of slandering the community's reputation. I honestly don't fucking understand this. If you're going to worship Nature, worship all of it, not just the nice parts.

Note: Not all pagans consider themselves nature-worshipers; this point is addressed only at those who do.  

3. The words 'Wiccan' and 'Witch' are not interchangeable. Wicca is a religion. A witch is a person who practices witchcraft. You can be a Wiccan witch, but you do not have to be. Being a Pagan also does not make you a witch. Same rule applies. A person of any religion that allows witchcraft can be a witch, or of no religion at all.

I will not discuss Christian witches. That's a discussion for another day.

4. Witchcraft is not necessarily a religion. My views regarding this have somewhat changed since I initially wrote this article. On one hand, Witchcraft does not have to be religious; it can be practiced from a completely secular worldview. That said, many witches I respect see their craft as inseparable from their religion, if not a religion in itself. That said, I think Witchcraft can be successfully divided into two primary forms: Religious and Non-religious. Religious witchcraft, of course, refers to no single religion, but is an umbrella term under which many religions flourish. Either way, it is not synonymous with Wicca.

I conceived the idea to classify non-religious witchcraft merely as Witchcraft, and religious witchcraft as Witchery. The latter not only gets rid of the problematic '-craft' suffix, which exclusively denotes a practice, but is also more phonetically similar to the names of other religious groups(i.e. Christianity).

5. The 'rule of three' and 'karma' are not universal. It really should be common sense that not all people within such a large group would believe in the same concepts, but unfortunately common sense is increasingly rare, nowadays. I've speculated that the reason why so many people cling desperately to the Rule of Three as a literal, psuedo-Karmic law is because most pagans are Christian converts. Consequently, many are unable accept that good deeds go unrewarded and evil goes unpunished. They also seem to be inherently passive, unwilling to take matters into their own hands and produce change for the better(even those who have magic at their disposal), another common Christian attitude. This also plays into number two: converts are unable to escape the strict, light-versus-darkness worldview present in Christianity, and are hence unable to cope with any perceived evil.

I've noticed more and more leakage between Christian and Pagan thought as the latter attracts more converts. It seems Paganism is only absorbing the very worst of Christian behavior; namely proselytizing, passiveness and fear of the dark.

6. Like it or not, black magic still counts as witchcraft. Actually, if you want to get really old-school, witchcraft is entirely black magic. That's how it's anthropologically categorized: malefic folk-magic which utilizes grotesque ingredients and obscene behavior to produce change in the environment. "White Witchcraft" wasn't even a concept until the Church tried to demonize the Cunning Folk sometime during the Renaissance--that's right, demonize. Witchcraft had never been considered benevolent until recent times. The church's logic behind the label 'white witchcraft' was that even though the magic seemed helpful, the practitioners were secretly tricking their clients into diabolic pacts. Historically, witchcraft was neutral at the very best. While white witchcraft has become a concept unto itself by now, trying to exclude malefica from the definition entirely is ridiculous.

Or, at my inner Wicked Witch of the West is saying, "It was our word first. You can borrow it, sure, but if you don't own it. Go ahead and pretend you do, if you think you're brave--I've been itchin' for a reason to throw a curse all day!"

7. The 'connected God and Goddess' idea is not universal. This idea just fucking bugs me, especially when they take it a step further and say the God and Goddess are only two aspects of "The One"--and it becomes monotheism all over again. Everyone's got a right to believe what they will, of course--but, understandably, polytheists like myself often get irked by people invoking Lilith, Odin, Dionysus and The Morrigan in the same breath, especially when it's assumed that everyone will be fine with it. I find this strain of thought breeds massive cultural and theological respect issues. If all gods are the same god, why not invoke all of them at once, regardless of the beliefs of the people whom historically worshiped them? Who cares of Thor and Loki don't get along in mythology? They're secretly the same person, so calling on both of them will be just fine! While we're at it, Artemis is a virgin goddess untouched by any man, but she's also the sex-fiend Freya, so let me ask her help in this love spell!
Ahem. My main problem with this belief is that people whom subscribe to it often ignore the individual personalities of each god, as well as religions and cultures of the people whom historically worshiped them. As long as one actually learns about the deities they are messing with and honor their individual traits, I don't care what they believe. If they choose not to learn about and respect the individual gods, they should stick to the generic terms 'God' and 'Goddess'.

I can just imagine someone walking up to Thor and calling him Cupid. That shit would be fucking hilarious.


8. 'Embracing human nature' does not only mean the positive aspects. I don't know if you guys noticed this, but humans rape, butcher, maim, pillage, burn, disfigure, mutilate and murder on a daily basis. Take that into account next time you say "Our path embraces human nature as a whole!" Otherwise, your words are empty and useless.

9. Stop white-washing history. I can't even say how much I hate this. Most Pagans are under the impression that before that big mean bully Christianity took over, the world was some kind of paradise. I call bullshit in the highest degree. There was almost never gender equality. The gods were often jealous and vindictive, if not murderous and cruel. Famine, drought and war were frequent. Hell, do yourselves a favor and look up Roman torture techniques. That'll show you how fucking Utopian pagan society was.

In conclusion, quit being a bunch of goddamn pansies and read a motherfucking book.

Sincerely, Gel Childs.
Posted in the Philosophy and Religion forum forum.deviantart.com/community… here. It made the first page on dA Today. My friend suggested I post the essay as a deviation, so here it is.

Updated thrice, since originally posted!

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SlimT Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I vaguely remember arguing with you on this years and years ago....but it looks like we see eye to eye now xD
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2015
:XD: Shit, man, I havn't even SEEN you. 

But that's good to know.

I still gotta update this article. Still sloppy as all hell; needs refining. 

Also have new complaints to throw in...
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SlimT Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Dude this was yyyeeeaars ago xD i havnt even been on here since like 2013.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2015
Well damn! Where've you been? 
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SlimT Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Around. Finishing school. Working
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What's up with the "not all Wiccans are witches" sentence? Last I checked, the initiation rituals in Wicca SPECIFICALLY say that you gain the title of witch and priest/priestess upon your first degree. Who are these "Wiccans", then, that don't practice witchcraft? How do they celebrate the eight sabbaths or perform rites of passage without drawing a circle and calling the quarters? Not to mention so many people seem to be labouring under the delusion that Wicca is a type of "free for all, define as you wish, everything's relative" kind of religion. Now every idiot and their mother calls themselves Wiccans when such a label fits only if you've been initiated through the Gardnerian line. Gardner left very clear-cut instructions.

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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
Yeah, the "non-witch Wiccans" are obnoxious. I think I only mentioned them in passing, but they run around insisting that's what they are.

There's several hilarious refutes made by Gardnerians about these jokers floating around the internet.

Basically they're the same exact thing as "christian wiccans"--that is, they've removed anything actually witch-or-pagan related from their religion, substituted a bunch of watered-down nonsense and decided to pray to Jesus with Tits.

Very sad, really.

And no. NONE OF THEM are actual initiates. 
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
That explains it. Urgh, my head hurts from all this nonsense. I blame the Frauds (=Frosts) and the SillyRavenWolf woman.

Oh my, hilarious refutes. I must google those. e////e

Btw, I don't know if you've read any of the books by Edain McCoy, but in one about fairies she'd actually managed to write "the pagan rede". :stare:

OmgIsoloverantingwithyou. :heart:
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
:heart: RANT BUDDIES! 

Ye gods, the Frosts. Yes, guys, let's have pedophilia in Wicca! That'll teach 'em! :stare:

And Ravenwolf. That woman has done more harm to our generation of witches than potentially anyone else on the planet short of Jesus Christ :iconexplodeplz: 

And UGHHHHHH. Edain Mccoy. She's such a fucking twat. A very offended Irish Witch is running a WEBSITE DEDICATED to proving her a fraud.

Did pretty damn well, too. 
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therancidwitch.wordpress.com/

"The rancid witch" is up and about.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015
:la: YAY!

Once I start my own blog I'll send you a link :3 I've got the bulk of it done; just need to start posting. 
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Awesome! I'll add you to my "Other awesome pagans" widget. :D Also, let me know if there are any other blogs out there that I should advertise. :D
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015
:la: My friend Maddi's got one up on Tumblr. It's called The Runes of Ildri or some such.

Also, Sarah Anne Lawless and Walking the Hedge are both great. 
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I'm considering opening up a Wordpress account simply for pagan rantings. I want to call it "the rancid pagan". :heart:

Pedophilia, incest and homophobia. I'm surprised Fox news wasn't all over them like vultures. :stare:

I don't mind Jesus, just the fanclub. Oh, and that book I mentioned by Otto Rahn? It had some VERY interesting passages about the Cathars and Lucifer. :D :heart: Passages that contradict what's found on wikipedia and gives a whole new perspective on catholic history. I need to read over his source material, of course, but omg, it's an exciting read. :la:

Yes. Besides, who the hell calls themselves "Silver RavenWolf"? The name is such a dreadful display of uncreative, unoriginal, small-minded BS. And it shows so painfully in her writing, too. She should stick to fiction - that's about the only thing she does well, from what I've seen. Except the characters' names would probably be horrible. =P

Oh my! I just googled her and found this: www.stopedainmccoy.com/?page_i… That was beautiful. :iconitsbeautifulplz: And omg, McCoy's replies. Wow! Because knowing your facts and suggesting others get them right totally equals trying to control other people's religious practice. Urgh, my head hurts. :iconfacepalmplz: And that whole "here in the Americas we do this and this and this". Wow, talk about stereotyping yourself and making Americans look completely stupid and incapable of getting their facts straight. Now THAT takes a special kind of twat.

And LOL, I love how she debunks everything McCoy said. xD
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015
:stare: The book came out in like, the seventies. The Frosts are old news, now.

:la: I have to read it now, then!

And eh. Not a huge fan of Jesus at this point, either. At least in the modern renditions of the bible, he was kind of a douchebag.

The Gnostic Christ was the cool one.

Ugh. I swear, she stepped straight out of a bad Harry Potter fanfiction.

She's essentially Delores Umbridge :stare: Like, to a bloody T.

And yes :XD: That website is gold.

I forgot if I showed you the one for Witch School, yet. I have very funny stories regarding those idiots :lol:
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Also, I missed this part of your comment, but I hope you like Rahn's work as much as I do. :D It's very interesting. :heart:
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True, but it should have been news-worthy in the 70s all the same. Which is what's so puzzling about it. Everyone was more concerned with imagined devil-worship than the actual practices, which alone should have called for a criminal investigation.

I hope you like my post on paganism. :la: Let me know if I missed anything. :D

Well, the modern renditions are rubbish anyway.

She is, indeed. I wonder if she obsesses over pink just as much.

No, you haven't. I know about them, I'm a lifetime member, actually. :lol: I joined back when they were still having somewhat of a pagan/witchy flair, but now they're so watered-down I'm just: :stare: Especially how they set up "prayer shrines", how dry and mundane their "handfastings" are, and the fact that they use terms like "reverend" and such among their spiritual leaders. I have a feeling you've got something juicy to share, though, so please do. :D
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015
Yeah, but people are stupid. 

:la: I shall read it as soon as I'm off dA. My computer's a slow butt >-<

Agreed.

And LOL!!!!

:stare: I was kicked out of their Facebook group...for a poem.

And then I found this:

www.wiccantogether.com/forum/t…

:stare: One of the freggin' witch-school LEADERS starts commenting on that thread and makes an idiot of himself.

If this is the best we can do for witches' public education, my babies are getting homeschooled :stare: 
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Also, I've noticed a trend in pagan art as I google to censor the horned god's penis and the goddess' boobs. Why are we censoring our gods' penises and our goddesses' boobs all of a sudden?
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
You're bloody serious? Fuuuuuuck. 

I hate people sometimes. 

If I wanted my gods censored, I'd have other gods!

And besides :stare: How the hell are you going to censor a god like Pan? His penis comprises half of his body!
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
LOL, ikr? :lol: Everything is suddenly about being so godsdamned politically correct, and in such meaningless ways.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Paganism today seems more about looking acceptable to Christianity than actually being Pagan! 
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Indeed. :stare: And now some are trying to look good to atheists as well, and talk about how we don't really believe in magic. Urgh.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Some of them even insist we don't REALLY believe in gods--that they're just 'archetypes'.

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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
x__X Well, they can be SEEN as archetypes, or faces and names for forces of nature, but they are still gods. They are still forces that we work with in our circle. It's incredible the sort of things about paganism that pagans feel ASHAMED of admitting. As if there's anything to be ashamed of! :stare:
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Precisely! 

There's no one right or wrong way to view the gods--as long as one can acknowledge that they're there, in some form or another.

It's like, what the fuck, man? 
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
The main problem is that the hardcore pagans grew quiet, while the fluffy bunnies grew louder. :lol:
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2015
Yeah :stare: For those of us who don't adhere to watered-down new-age crap, there's still a lot of potential violence hiding in the shadows of extremism...
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Well, the worst thing I worry about from fluffy bunnies is a headache from trying to make sense of what they're saying. :lol:
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015
:stare: And the fact that they get far more media attention than anyone else. 

Fuck. The American Council of Witches is reforming :stare: 
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Then make a new one. One with a quality filter for members. ;)

Speaking of which, there should really be a Scandinavian one.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015
There probably is. Scandinavia's getting their first Norse temple in a thousand years :la: So happy.

And I wish. I don't have that sort of authority in the pagan community...yet...
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Sushi-Troll Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Yep. Not in my country, though, but at least it's yet another reason to visit Iceland. :iconimhappyplz:

Then work hard to be a positive influence for witches and pagans? Arrange workshops and other fun stuff? It takes a lot of work, though, and planning, so it helps to have a partner or two. :)
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015
I AM writing a witchcraft manual! :D Hopefully it'll get done by summer.

There's virtually nothing of substance aimed at newbies...:stare:
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myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I guess people are better off to learn science before magic, that they are at least mentally ready for the nasty stuff.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014
I agree wholeheartedly--although I cannot say that one should limit ones' perception to known science, otherwise they could not learn magic at all. 
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I think people should be free to learn what they desire, my argument is that most people are better to learn walk before they learn to run, it is better to get a sense of what is know before getting into the unknown. Science have to deals with dark aspect of nature, it helps people to develop a habit to not believe in the feel good politic. Its about the wisdom to face reality, not who is right who is wrong.
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nmponzo Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014
Thank you for posting this.  I have been trying to explain these issues to my Mother with little success other then to hear her call me a heathen.  I may have her read this.  It was hard to practice growing up when I was not allowed to have an altar or anything that looked like "icon worship" as she called it.  Even now she hates spells and the idea of multiple gods/goddesses.  The weirdest thing is that she believes in a lot of the things many pagans/witches/wiccans/magic users in general believe in.  This is due to the fact that the Craft runs in the family. 

I will give her credit for one thing though: she did some research when I first started getting involved with the Craft.  My first book was given to me by my Uncle and it was a book on Wicca.  My mother did not like how the author told you to hide your BOS from your parents, so she gave me books from some other Pagan/Wiccan authors that promoted openness with your family.  While I am not Wiccan, I still hold on to the books as they show that my mother has a mild acceptance of my beliefs.  
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
:lol: Sounds like your first was a Silver Ravenwolf volume, huh? She's the only author I can name that instructs kids to hide their books.

That said, I sympathize. My mother wasn't half as accepting as yours, sadly; the moment she found out what my beliefs were, she ostracized me from the rest of our family, stopped talking to me but for screamed obscenity and eventually I had to call the police and have them relocate me to my father's custody :(

It can be very hard for kids. No parent should try and dictate what their children believe in. That's why I'm generally lax whenever an author suggests hiding and lying. Some of us don't have a choice.

Thank you for your comment, though :heart:
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Sorry for the SUPER late reply.  Your welcome! 
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Personally, I believe in the general concept of karma. I don't believe in causing harm on anyone or thing, however, considering I also believe in reincarnation, I don't believe killing something to always be harmful to it. I'm more bothered by mutilation than I am killing lol. Simply because mutilation harms ones ability to happily live out their life. The way I see it, there's physical, emotional/mental harm, and spiritual harm, which especially includes impeding others on whatever the fuck they wanna do with their own damn life, soul, etc. my definition of harm is very complex, might even seem contradictory, and I ain't gonna go into it, cause I ain't got that kinda time and I doubt anyone's interested lol.
But yeah, political correctness eats my ass in any area, especially religion. In the US we have a freedom to practice religion. There's no rule it has to be sun shiney, or even pleasent for that matter. Just look at Christianity.
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:lol: Pahahaha.
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This is very interesting, I am an atheist and know little about pagenism,
I do remember at one point reading a book that was like one of the 'politicaly correct' pagenism you mentioned, although it may have been a book about wicca?,
But anyway you are correct that humans are not all perfect and I think it is wrong to censer discussion on things such as death, as not discussing things leads to fear, and living with the fear of death hanging over you is no life at all.

( by the way I love your form threads and avatar- I tend to be a bit inactive there due to the homophobic trolling you get on the religion and phlosphy forums- it just irritates me to much and stops me wanting to comment) :-)
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
Wicca is one of the largest branches of paganism, and probably the most 'politically correct'.

Glad you agree :) And thank you so much. 
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No problem,
Have a nice day :-)
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I don't know whether to use the clapping emoticon or the hugging emoticon, so I'll just use both.
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014
:lol: Thank you!
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No problem! I just totally and completely agree with you and I think that was AWESOME!
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This is frankly greatness. 
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Dragonflae Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
Thank you <3 I need to update it. I've got much more ranting and raving to do. 
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