Anti-Witch Bigotry – Still as Popular and Deadly as ever – by Trey Capnerhurst

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Trey Capnerhurst, a traditional witch, performs a naming ceremony by the altar in her backyard in Alberta. Photo from CNN blog with no copyright listed.

Believe it or not I actually saw this am on the CNN Religion blog a good article about Witches and Halloween called For Some Wiccans, Halloween can be a real witch. It has a good link written by Trey Capnerhurst at Witchvox called Anti-Witch Bigotry: Still as Popular and Deadly as ever which makes some good points about if people in other religions were characterized in cartoons like witches are there would be hell to pay. Enjoy.

2 thoughts on “Anti-Witch Bigotry – Still as Popular and Deadly as ever – by Trey Capnerhurst

  1. This prejudice and mockery is annoying but Wicca is still one of the fastest growing religions in the world. Two steps forward, one step back… I think there is still more of a problem in parts of Africa where people including children can be and are sentenced to death just on the suspicion that they practice witchcraft.

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