Becoming Dangerous: Witchy Femmes, Queer Conjurers and Magical Rebels on Summoning the Power to Resist

Becoming Dangerous: Witchy Femmes, Queer Conjurers and Magical Rebels on Summoning the Power to Resist

A nonfiction book of deeply personal essays by marginalised people using the intersection of feminism, witchcraft, and resistance to summon power and become fearsome in a world that would prefer them afraid. With contributions from twenty witchy femmes, queer conjurers, and magical rebels, BECOMING DANGEROUS is a book of intelligent and challenging essays that will resonat A nonfiction book of deeply personal essays by marginalised people using the intersection of feminism, witchcraft, and re...

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Title:Becoming Dangerous: Witchy Femmes, Queer Conjurers and Magical Rebels on Summoning the Power to Resist
Author:Katie West
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  • Sophie/a
    May 16, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Kelly
    Jun 26, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

  • C
    May 09, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Liza
    Jul 14, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

  • Hannah PS
    Mar 23, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

    ...

  • Lyndsey
    Jun 28, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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  • Britt Marczak
    Apr 02, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

  • Amy
    Apr 14, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

  • Devin
    May 10, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

  • Kelli Glazebrook
    Jul 23, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Deb
    May 06, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Caitlin
    Apr 27, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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  • Elizabeth
    Jul 16, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

  • Jessica
    May 14, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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  • Hannah
    May 06, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

  • Katherine
    Jun 06, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Molly
    Apr 27, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

  • Wayne Rée
    Jun 05, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

  • Amanda
    Apr 20, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Regan
    May 06, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

  • Iain Ross
    May 21, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Mara
    Apr 10, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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  • Shannan
    Jun 18, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

  • Julie
    Aug 13, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

  • Victoria
    Aug 09, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

  • Mariano GG
    Jun 12, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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  • Mandy Szewczuk
    Jul 16, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

  • Sian
    Jul 14, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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  • Damien
    May 09, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

  • Sarah Brydon
    Jun 02, 2018

    Are you into witchy things, even a little, even if your definition differs from others? Are you into intersectional feminism? What about resisting? Read. This. Book. There's a truly impressive variety of voices amplified in this book, aka it's not just white women appropriating ...

    this collection comes at a moment of peak trendiness for witchiness & femmeness, at least in my own lived experience so far. i was really excited about it, and also, the further i got through the collection, the more my excitement splatted onto the ground. don't get me wrong; i...

    I really, REALLY wanted to love this book. If I could I would?ve given it 2.5 stars. I understand what they were trying to do with this book, but I don?t think they achieved it. Some essays were gems! I felt lost throughout the others. HOWEVER, I appreciated each essay for ...

    I have mixed feelings about this book. First, my husband was part of the Kickstarter and he's a big fan of West's work, and he gifted me with his copy received from his donation, which is pretty cool. I like the idea of the book, the approach and the energy it seems to want to convey. ...

    This isn't just a great book. It's an important one. Becoming Dangerous, at its core, celebrates the idea of care ? both in a communal sense, but also the idea of self-care, helping to shed the notion that taking the time to love yourself is inherently bad somehow. Rituals are exp...

    Okay, so, first of all: I didn't read every single essay in this book. Which is a good thing. The amazing editors thought to make a content warning page, which is a truly fantastic idea. These essays are very candid in their discussions of topics like trauma, institutional oppression, ...

    I see so many aspects of the women and femmes and nonbinary people I know reflected in this book?wildly varied stories of processes of growth and change and the cultivation of strength. Complete with an introductory description of the ritual circle about to be cast and the dangers we...

    This is really 3.5 stars. While the diversity in the essays was fascinating and appreciated, the essays themselves read like long blog posts full of self-affirmations. I enjoyed reading them, but once I was finished, there was little that was very memorable about any of them. Some of t...

    Overall, a great anthology. I related to a lot of it, and learned a lot from it too. My favourite pieces were by Cara Ellison, Maranda Elizabeth, Laura Mandanas, Catherine Hernandez, Mey Rude, J. A. Micheline and Nora Khan, and there was only one entry that I disliked (not cos it was b...

    This is what an anthology should be, fiction or non fiction. Each essay was distinct, and overall conveyed a wide range of experiences and opinions. I didn't agree with everything, but pretty much all of them at least gave me a new perspective to consider. I backed this on Kickstarter ...

    This was an incredibly powerful collection of stories about the use of ritual. The stories were really intense so I could only read 1 or 2 at a time. Each one gave me another way if thinking about ritual and so much inspiration. This book is an incredible gift. ...

    A poignant and powerful collection of essays by women and femmes on how they find resistance and power in rituals ranging from the magical to the mundane. A wide variety of voices gives different perspectives on how to become dangerous in a world trying to blunt feminine power. ...

    Inspiration for people who feel powerless from people who have found and claimed their own power and agency. ...

    This book made me feel seen, made me feel understood, like little private things I do for myself or assign power to myself aren't just my own (but in the best, best possible way). I wanted to know so much more about each of the writers, each of these people who are making magic in thei...

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    This is an amazing collection of essays from such a large variety of voices. Some of these essays I connected with on a very deep personal level because I knew exactly what they were talking about. Some of these essays opened my eyes and mind to something I didn't know about before or ...

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