10 thoughts on “Surreality, Population Me

  1. Owldaughter Post author

    Me neither. In fact, I’d never heard the term, ever, in the decade+ I’ve worked and read and networked. But it takes all kinds and various terms sometimes are regional, too.

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  2. Blade

    Never heard the term either. Interesting, but never heard of it. I think I take more offence to how the article implies that all solitaries are fluffy bunnies.

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  3. Owldaughter Post author

    The whiff of “solitaries aren’t serious” comes from the poorly-written aspect of the article. Either that, or it was written by a dyed-in-the-wool formal Trad person who firmly believes that you have to be a member of an officially recognised coven to be Wiccan.

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  4. Owldaughter Post author

    I already started — namely, by fixing the Cunningham dates and adding the first edition info to the Starhawk citation. I’m not just going to rewrite the ntry without careful thought and composition offline, though.

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  5. Talyesin

    Ceri – wouldn’t that be frowned upon, like you mentioned in my post about creating a Squirrelman entry?

    I realize they’re different – Arin wouldn’t be editting an entry on herself, on on her book.

    Hey, I know. Someone I know start a Squirrelman entry, and I’ll go an edit it! *LOL*

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  6. Ceri

    As you say — you’re comparing apples and oranges. The entry isn’t about Arin, or her book. It’s about solitary Wicca as a general subject, which I think Arin qualifies as an “expert” in (insofar as solitary Wicca can have anything resembling an “expert”).

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