February Slut of the Month: Corinne Dodenhoff

Well-versed in the ways of aural and visual seduction, creatrix Corinne Dodenhoff is our February Slut of the Month. A witch, fine artist, illustrator, musician, and 1/2 of Babe Coven (with her ride or die Haleigh Moon), she’s conjured interdisciplinary shows, witchy markets, and community events that center femmes and body positive magic. This Saturday, she’ll […]

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Body Anxiety and the Influence of Female Artists Online

“Whenever you put your body online, in some way you are in conversation with porn,” reads a quote from Ann Hirsch on the opening page of Body Anxiety. Curated by Leah Schrager and Jennifer Chan, this internet exhibition about female self-representation and sexual objectification transforms the viewer into voyeur in ways that traditional shows do not. It’s fitting this […]

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Legacy of the Witch: Artist Lineup + Tickets For Sale!

And now for the big reveal: the official artist lineup for Legacy of the Witch: A Slutist Feminist Festival. Tickets are on sale now! (And Facebook invite is here.) Stay tuned for other witchy additions and performance details as we go… LOTW Poster #2 by CozCon  Gospel of The Witches Azar Swan Delphic Oracle Pam Grossman […]

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Leah Schrager: Artist & Muse

In an upcoming documentary on radical feminist performance art called The F Word, Leah Schrager boldly describes herself as both artist and muse. This binary border crossing is indicative of her entire oeuvre: as a multi-media conceptual web artist, Schrager embodies both the positions of viewer and viewed in most of her endeavors, from the much publicized “Naked Therapist” to […]

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Hysteria: For Electric, Intellectually Rigorous Feminist Thought

We reviewed Issue 3 of the excellent radical feminist periodical Hysteria a while back. Their new website is finally live, as is their campaign to fund the printing of Issue 5, which will feature a large number of feminist figures from the margins such as LGBTI activist Miles Rutendo Tanhira, performance collective Mensmagi, and Palestinian activist and womanist Maisam Abumorr. […]

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Interior Scroll Redux at Art Basel Miami

Challenging the systemic sexism and racism of the art world has arguably never been more important. While Art Basel Miami is still dominated by the buying power and the work of straight white men, this year’s offerings seemed to include more shows and events exposing the work of queer artists, feminist artists and artists of color. From Fade to Black and […]

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Giving Voice to Our Pagan Past and Present: Pam Grossman on Witches, Women and Pop Occulture

A font of knowledge on mysticism and magick throughout history, Pam Grossman is one of the pre-eminent curators, writers and scholars giving voice to our pagan past and present. Whether declaring 2013 “The Year of The Witch” in The Huffington Post, editing Abraxas: International Journal of Esoteric Studies, or giving riveting presentations on the occult […]

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