Radical Faeries


Since 1979, the Radical Faeries have been practicing queer-themed spirituality through art, faerie gatherings (not PG-rated), and public demonstrations (and hugs!).


Posted by on June 9th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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4 Responses to “Radical Faeries”

  1. XylophoneGender

    Addendum in honor of my once-miseducated mother who raised us listening to Dr.Laura* :
    The Radical Faeries do honor the work of their co-fathers John Burnside and Harry Hay. The also do denounce Harry's infamous advocacy for NAMBLA.

    *whose voice I can still hear spitting out "homosexuals-and-pedophiles" over the airwaves as a single word

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  2. Jacqe

    My housemate is a radical fairy, we have them here in Australia also, lovely, beautiful, amazing men (who run wicked dance balls)
    x

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  3. Dee

    enjoyed this immensely!

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    XylophoneGender replied:

    Oh good. It really helps to get feedback so I can see which videos people are digging.

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