Author Archives: RevKess

About RevKess

I am one of the hosts of Pagan-Musings on BlogTalkRadio, the host of Musica Pagani on BTR and cohost of Murphy's Magic Mess and Lavender Hill on KZUM-HD 89.3 in Lincoln, NE. I have been an avid fan of new age and Pagan music for 17 years. With my work at KZUM and on my podcasts, I have been given access to numerous musical pieces, many of them newer releases. I have the pleasure of receiving at least four new CDs a month, direct from the musicians, for review and play on the shows I work on. I also get the rare opportunity to have intimate chats with leaders, elders, authors, and activists in both the Pagan and LGBTQIAA communities. I look forward to working on this new project.

The Pulse of a Community

-RevKess Pardon the pun. It is a painful one, I know. Not in the way of a bad joke being a groaner. But in the way that it picks at a wound too fresh to have even scabbed over. I … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Do I Have To Choose?

(The following is a guest article by Hollis Taylor, creator of DiversiTree.org. RevKess asked Hollis to guest blog as he has seen much good work coming from Hollis and wanted to share some of that with the readers on this … Continue reading

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Transgender Day of Remembrance, Elder Transphobia

First let me apologize for my long absence from this site. I really have no excuse. I’ve let time get away from me or something. Perhaps practicing some of that self-care that I talk so much about is something that … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over

Whether we want to admit it or not, the fight for civil liberties is far from over in the United States, let alone in other parts of the globe. We can see that by looking at the continuing saga/drama in … Continue reading

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Unity Through Diversity

I’d like to start by saying thank you to Dash for switching post dates with me in June and July so that I could better settle into my new position at work. The timing was very advantageous for both us. … Continue reading

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