Re: God of Lunar Feminism?
Natha seems like the best option for feminist political activism, frankly, at least out of those. Though in the past she had redressed gender imbalance in a different direction...
> There are a plethora of powerful goddesses in the Lunar Pantheon. Pick up a
> copy of ILH2.
> Off the top of my head, I would say:
> - Natha, the Balancing Red Moon, who is one of the Masks of Sedenya.
> - Queen Deezola of the Seven Mothers
> - Davadeezola, who is a descendent of Queen Deezola who is more actively
> - Jakaleel the Witch, if you wanted to go with a more creepy/dark vibe.
> - Hwarin Dalthippa if you wish to be all about conquering the barbarians
> and building roads
> - Etryies, if she wishes to be all about communication and trading
> - Hon Eel, if she wants to dance, do blood rites, grow things, and rule.
> Become Sevened, and join them all!
> aum shanti shanti shantih.
> "The world is like the impression left by the telling of a story." - from
> the Yoga VÄsiášŁášha
> On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 7:57 PM, drscience3000 <dr.dave.00_at_...>wrote:
> > **
> > If you had a Lunar character who had overtly "feminist" views, ie that
> > women have a bad deal vis-a-vis men and there needs to be a movement to
> > change that, is there a particular cult they would join?
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