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Finding Pagan Events which are accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing attendees is indeed a challenge. Most Pagan Organizations operate on a shoestring budget, and must rely on volunteers to plan, coordinate, and run their events. They often don’t have the budget to pay for interpreting services, and finding individuals willing to provide such […]

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Anastacia’s comment under “The Spirituality of Gallaudet” has gotten me thinking…
How ***do*** Deaf Pagans find one another???
The harsh reality is…it’s not easy.
I have been a Deaf Pagan for 25+ years - and for at least half of that time, I thought I was the ONLY Deaf Pagan on planet Earth. I never met any […]

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It all started with a Deaf friend, a photograph, and a misspelled word.
I am a big lover of Rennaisance Festivals, and I enjoy going to them. I have a number of medieval outfits that I often like to wear when I do attend such events, in order to feel like I am actually living back […]

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In a comment posted in response to my recent Post “Out of the Broom Closet,”  Curious Wind makes some interesting statements:
“The constant inquiries I see about ASL signs for words like “solstice” tell me that there are people who are needing to sign these words to other people, whether in conversation or ritual. But that we […]

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When I first set up the blog site known as Deaf Pagan Crossroads, I decided that I wanted my first post to be about…
Well, being a Deaf Pagan.
But as I sat in front of my computer monitor, staring at the bare page of my Word program, I found myself drawing a blank. Just what is […]

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