Tag Archives: Freedom

An Hymn for the American People by Aleister Crowley in The International Vol XII Iss 3

“In war and earthquake, wreck and wrong,
Still let the flag of freedom fly!
In peace and safety, still be strong!
For we will live as we would die.” [via]

Beth Kimbell has a new essay up on her site: Sexual Freedom, Spiritual Expression. This was featured in BiWomen, Summer 2011, Vol 29, No. 3.

“What truer statement of individual freedom and spiritual expression can there be, when through the act of love we connect with the divine?” [via]

Beth Kimbell has a new essay up on her site: Sexual Freedom, Spiritual Expression. This was featured in BiWomen, Summer 2011, Vol 29, No. 3.

“To pretend to be someone else, to restrict yourself from the natural expression of your love is true sin to us.” [via]

Beth Kimbell has a new essay up on her site: Sexual Freedom, Spiritual Expression. This was featured in BiWomen, Summer 2011, Vol 29, No. 3.

“I never felt the need to choose, but I could never be completely open in the restrictive, old-fashioned Christian world I inhabited.” [via]

Beth Kimbell has a new essay up on her site: Sexual Freedom, Spiritual Expression. This was featured in BiWomen, Summer 2011, Vol 29, No. 3.

“I grew up believing in the inherent goodness of humans, and that religion was the crutch they used to get through life without accepting true responsibility for their actions.” [via]