We just recently observed International Transgender Day of Visibility, which was born out of the need to celebrate trans people around the globe, the courage it takes to live openly and to shine a light on the hurdles and issues they continue to face. So for the conversation today we want to talk about why it’s so important to be visible.
To get in touch with Chris, Chase or Michael please email us at WalkingtheUnnamedPath@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter at @Walking_theUP, and like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WalkingTheUnnamedPath/.
Michael Greywolf, Chase Power, and Chris Ripple host Walking the Unnamed Path.
Walking the Unnamed Path is a podcast dedicated to delving deeper into the study of the Unnamed Path through conversations with our fellow Brother Initiates, students, and various guests. We also will be covering a variety of ideas and issues that pertain to queer pagan men in general in general.
We are back after a brief hiatus and we have our own channel now! Lots of changes going on and we will be talking about them in today’s episode. To get in touch with Chris, Chase or Michael please email us at WalkingtheUnnamedPath@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter at @Walking_theUP, and like our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WalkingTheUnnamedPath/.
New Pride Flag design by Daniel Quasar
We, the Brothers of the Unnamed Path, would like to wish everyone a happy, safe, and fulfilling Pride Month.
As we go to various celebrations around the country and world, let us not forget that Pride has always been a declaration that we have the right to exist. This month we celebrate the struggles and those who fought 50 years ago, for the rights and liberties we now have, during the first uprising at Stonewall. We particularly honor our gender non-conforming siblings and trans sisters of color who have always been at the forefront of our movement.
We are a spectrum of identities & sexualities, and this month we also remember that our community is still struggling in some areas. Our transgender siblings are targeted more now than ever. Our Intersex, Ace, Aro, and Non-binary siblings are constantly having to justify just being themselves. Intolerance and ignorance is something we must continue to fight against both outside and within our community.
So as we go forward, as we march, as we live, laugh and love, let us thank our queer Ancestors for all they sacrificed to get us to where we are today. Let us promise to continue to fight & to make the world a better place for those who still struggle and those who will come after.
Blessings and happy Pride!