Legacy of the Witch 2: Photo Gallery

Legacy of the Witch 2 on April 23, 2016 at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn celebrated the witch as an icon of female power and persecution through music, art, and burlesque. Eternal thanks to all those who came out and communed with us! For the second year in a row, we were able to raise $1,000 […]

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4U Mag’s Bilingual, Queer, Feminist Sex Issue Out Now; Party In Mexico City Friday

4U Mag has been exposing queer, feminist artists, activists, and ideas since 2013. Conceived by culture writer (and Slutist contributor) Caitlin Donohue and co-conspirator and fellow sex writer Kelly Lovemonster, this digital format magazine in English and Spanish has covered everything from Beyonce obsession to vampire pride. Their new Sex Issue was released yesterday, and the duo have […]

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You Don’t Own Me: Beelzebabe And Bunny Buxom On The Art Of Feminist Burlesque

The phrase “feminist burlesque” verges on tautological. The female-centric art form offers women a unique kind of agency over their sexual expression and representation, which makes burlesque an implicitly feminist act. When a production is designed for female empowerment from start to finish, however, these “feminist acts” coalesce into one explicitly feminist production. With this in mind, burlesque performers slash producers Beelzebabe […]

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A SLUTIST Visual Art Exhibition: WITCH SLUT ARE YOU? Seer, Siren or Sorceress

Continuing from where our sold out Legacy of the Witch Festival left off, Slutist presents “WITCH SLUT ARE YOU? Seer, Siren, or Sorceress” a multi-media exhibition of female (super)power and body politics at Wallplay on 118 Orchard St. in New York City from May 28 – June 3. An opening party will be held on […]

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Imagining The Illuminati: Adventure[s], Prima Primo, And APBWAS On Sex, Celebrity and Ritual In The Secret Society

In pop culture, Illuminati lore is omnipresent. Whether it’s films like Eyes Wide Shut or National Treasure teasing out truths about the ancient organization or those sites demonstrating how Beyonce and Lady Gaga send occult messages through music video symbology, this secret society crops up in the most public of places. Next weekend, Brooklyn DJ/party trio Adventure[s] will explore the Illuminati phenomenon through a […]

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Legacy of the Witch: Post-Mortem Mix

The first Legacy of the Witch Fest has come and gone, and we couldn’t be more thrilled with the sold out crowd, the electrifying performances, and the all around awesome energy of the night. Slutist was able to raise $1,200 for RAINN, so a huge thank you to those who bought merch and donated to this very worthy […]

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The Original Anticlerical Feminist Revolutionary: The Witch

This Sunday, my band Azar Swan will be playing Slutist’s Legacy of the Witch festival. Various logistics have made it impossible for me to join the live lineup, but I’m excited the band is participating, and I wanted to say a few things about the witches’ legacy since I can’t attend. By now it’s old […]

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Legacy of the Witch Set Times

I. Setting The Intention 6:00pm Songs For The Spirits 6:15pm Pam Grossman 6:30pm Karyn Crisis 6:45pm Q&A II. Invocation 7:15pm Introduction 7:25pm Sara Crow & Morgan Sirene 7:35pm The Reverend Mother Flash 7:45pm Dangrrr Doll 7:55pm Minx Arcana 8:05pm Hether Fortune 8:20pm Delphic Oracle 9:00pm Chicava HoneyChild 9:10pm Severely Mame 9:20pm Legs Malone 9:30pm Azar […]

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Legacy Of The Witch Visual Art Exhibition

With less than a week to go, we wanted to reveal the artists who will be showing (and selling) at Legacy of the Witch on Sunday. Karlynn Holland (the mind behind the Slutist logo) curated this intimate show herself, with representations of the female body in mind. In addition, we will be selling silkscreened posters from […]

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Legacy of the Witch: A Manifesta & Updated Artist Lineup

It’s no coincidence that witches and feminism have received more media attention than ever in the past few years. The concurrent rise of pop culture feminism and female (super)power on screen and online is less about manufactured moves for ratings and clickbait than it is about a return to powerful archetypes of femininity. And within this month alone, […]

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