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Pagan Pioneer Is Remembered by Gay Group


The gay male neo-pagan religion of Antinous has celebrated the birthdate on 16th April of the late Margot Adler.  She was a feminist and Wiccan priestess as well as a respected journalist working for American public broadcasting stations.  In 1979, her book “Drawing Down the Moon” became a best seller introducing millions of people to their pagan neighbours and friends.  Adler was LGBTQIA friendly, noting the openness of the pagan belief systems to gender non conformity and sexual diversity.  She once wrote “We are not dangerous.  We are ordinary people like you.  We have families, jobs, hopes and dreams.  You don’t have to be afraid of us.  We don’t want to convert you.  And pleased don’t try to convert us.  Just give us the same right we give you – to live in peace”.   

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