Everything from finding your soul mate questionnaires to making friends is available with these online dating services.Many wiccans join as the pagan sites are aimed at helping all people of a pagen faith find a partner regardless of sexual orientation. If you want to meet a fellow pagan then obviously a pagan dating site narrows down the search, much in the same way that E-harmony caters to Christian members and JDate caters to Jewish daters.In these genres, there are an awful lot of Chosen Ones fighting against destiny, just wishing they could be like everyone else.
Witchcraft requires too much boundary crossing for me. So when I’m having what I’ve come to think of as a “Buffy moment” (Oh, poor me, I’m the Slayer, why can’t I just go to prom like a normal girl and not have super powers), I consciously sit down and consider what my life would look like without witchcraft. I made the mistake once of toning things down (i.e.
I have fantasies about a partner who could also share my responsibilities in Foxfire.
I hope for someone who shares my animal affinities, thinks it’s perfectly reasonable to consult the runes, and agrees that I don’t have Alas, alas. I’m the product of my upbringing and my culture, and as such I acknowledge that many of my desires are socially determined. I’m also subject to the biological impulses of my body, which I don’t pretend to understand.
There’s a large faction of people pushing for the representation of Wicca as just another religion, sharing themes and values on par with any other and warranting the same sort of consideration.
Even in non-Wiccan kinds of witchcraft, I often see the assertion that witches are “just like everyone else”—nothing to be afraid of, just like you, could be your neighbors, perfectly normal. I don’t think any definition I could come up with would be totally satisfying, but whatever witchcraft is, I’m sure of this: it’s not just like what everyone else is doing.