Look, mom, I’m on a podcast! This Week in Heresy interviewed me last week and the podcast was posted today, just in time for Pantheacon. Here’s a description of the podcast:
In this bonus TWIH episode, we welcome Sister Krissy Fiction, a Sister of Perpetual Indulgence from Portland, OR. We talk about what it takes to be a Sister, what the sisters do, and how Sister Krissy Fiction came to be. We also delve into gender non-conformance, theology, and how the pagan community is evolving.
This is second in a series of interviews that coincide with Pantheacon.
Sister Krissy Fiction, the nun that got nailed, is a Gnostic, Pagan, drag clown nun. In the past she has been a minister in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Church and in the United Church of Christ. These days she is a practicing Gnostic, a devotee of Antinous and a member of an Alexandrian Witchcraft coven. She has been a fully professed member of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for 8 years and is the Prioress of the Order of Benevolent Bliss in Portland, OR.
I would also like to take this opportunity to apologize to my friend P. Sufenas Virius Lupus. During our conversation, we talked very briefly about my involvement in the Ekklesia Antinoou, and I mentioned PSVL in passing. In that mention I misgendered em. PSVL is a metagender person and requests that others not use conventional binary gender pronouns when referring to em. I strongly support the right of all people to self-identify and to be referenced in the fashion that they choose. PSVL is a personal friend. I have been aware of eir gender and eir preferred pronouns for quite some time now. As such, I should have known better, and I sincerely apologize for my lapse.
The following page has information on PSVL’s preferred pronouns as well as some worthwhile link to read more about metagender matters: https://aediculaantinoi.wordpress.com/a-note-on-pronouns/
Please feel free to comment if the conversation has sparked any thoughts or feedback!