Our Bookseller says:
These twenty-one essays examine ritual, magic, and intention in the lives of 21 queer people across the globe, and they’re STELLAR. Becoming Dangerous is by turns hilarious, revelatory, and frequently shocking — these writers cover topics like:
-Snail goo and donkey milk
-Scottish warrior queens
-Mind-blowing sex with a 10-inch long, 4-inch circumference Frankencock(!!)
… so fair warning, this might not be a book for the faint of heart. However, if you’re brave enough to read on (and you should), you’ll find humans making sense of themselves and carving out a place in this harsh world. To get personal, I found myself relating to a lot of these essays, and this collection led to me discovering communities of similar-minded people that I never knew existed: this book has actually changed my life. <3 Terry
Edgy and often deeply personal, the twenty-one essays collected here come from a wide variety of writers. Some identify as witches, others identify as writers, musicians, game developers, or artists. What they have in common is that they’ve created personal rituals to summon their own power in a world that would prefer them powerless. Here, they share the rituals they use to resist self-doubt, grief, and depression in the face of sexism, slut shaming, racism, patriarchy, and other systems of oppression.