"I feel that the MMC archetype is limiting. It assumes the only possible progression of a female is virgin, mother, and grandma."
"But that’s what women are.” Someone said. That was the phrase. No. Not something they can do, not something most do or have done. That the whole of uterus-kind is based on the status of its collective uterus. WHAT, not WHO. WHAT. Like an object.
So I asked something about childfree people, or genderqueer, or in general “not spot on to what you think.” and it began…
"In denial" was the response. "Damaged", "Needs a real man to show her…"
No. No. NO.
I don’t recall my exact words… (I know I slammed my fist into the table so hard that it bled) but I could see their looks go from benign oh, she’ll catch on when she’s got a few of her own to that dangerous look people get right before they start conspiritng toward someone showing you what you are.
So, like I said before: The misogyny endemic to the occult needs to be pulled out by the root and left to desiccate and turn to fucking dust in the sun.
I use a fuck ton of water in my craft and almost every spell that I cast has got some sort of water involved in it. Here’s just a few of the kinds I use.
- Sea Water - I use it for literally everything, cleansing, banishing etc.
- Rain Water - This kind of depends on what you associate with rain. I use this mostly for creativity/inspiration sort of things.
- Storm Water - Strength or when used in curses is good for chaos and ‘stormy’ times.
- Puddle Water - I personally use this in curses when I want the target to feel stagnate, trapped at a certain point in their life.
- Water from a Storm Drain - For curses, I use this when I want my target to feel self-loathing, low and disgusted with themselves.
- Water from a Flower Vase - I usually only use this when the flowers in the vase are in full bloom (or as much as they can be) for ‘nourishing’ a situation and helping it grow.
- Tears - Very strong, they can be used for a lot of things. Even positive.
- River Water- Can help stimulate change.
- Lake Water - Even though I have a lake very close to my house, admittedly, I don’t use it too often. But it can be used as a substitute for sea water.
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