"In our culture, sex is tricky. It is glorified in strange and twisted ways, yet simultaneously swept under the rug." - T. Thorn Coyle, Evolutionary Witchcraft
Today I want to talk about sex, because I don't think I've ever done so on this blog. Sex, particularly of the godsexy variety is both taboo and commonplace in mystic circles - you can have it, you can talk about it from behind closed doors, but in public, the reaction is mixed from tolerated to frowned on to outright hostility, particularly if the sex is talked about in any kind of detail or is something other than het or vanilla. Sometimes people explain it as an energetic exchange, which I've always found curious in that I always think, "what do you guys think sex with a fellow human is?" And then there's the mythos of interested in sex= fangirl, which I also despise, because I find it to be borderline sl*t shaming.
You guys have no idea how many of the deeper mystery lessons that I've written about in my blog that were delivered during or right after sex (hint: all of them). This does not mean that all Loki and I do is have sex, but I also feel like it's disingenuous sometimes to not talk about sex with Him, because we do workings together regularly. I also probably share less of that stuff because of the circumstances of how it's delivered. I'm not immune to sex-shaming, either.
The other thing about having sex with Himself, like many other facets of Divine relationships is that some things I would define as sex are sometimes very human-esque and some are very different, much like the term "spouse" - it's kind of the same, and kind of different. The interesting thing He said to me once, when I was mulling over why some sex looks human (is that how we learn best? at least some of us?) was, "You don't really think we're imitating you when We have sex, right? You learned that from Us, not the other way around."...