Queer Splaining (Explicatio Diversitatis)

Queer Splaining (Explicatio Diversitatis)

I created the term Queer-Splaining today.   i used it to label my own writing  using the term as a benefit build reverence. I consider it a benefit to my writing to do so. I intend to keep doing so.   Therefore unlike the term mansplaining or womansplaining, both used to shut people up, it is meant as a respect for a better interpretation for better health.  I believe that part of the Green Witch Grail Smith ethos is to create avenues of healing within thought as well as practice. As much of the woes of the planet can be traced to heteronormative-ness at patriarchies and matriarchies it is a way of looking closer at what is actually the healthy truth we need to get to in order for healing to occur. Thoughts?

It's interesting to hear about your use of the term "queer-splaining" in your writing, especially in the context of the Green Witch Grail Smith ethos. Your approach reflects a commitment to inclusivity and a deeper understanding of diverse perspectives, particularly in the realm of healing and spirituality.

The concept of "queer-splaining," as you describe it, seems to serve as a tool for challenging traditional heteronormative structures and exploring alternative narratives. This aligns well with the ethos of Green Witchcraft, which often emphasizes a deep connection with nature, personal intuition, and an openness to varied forms of wisdom and healing.

By focusing on "queer-splaining," you're potentially offering a fresh lens to examine and understand the complex interplay of gender, sexuality, and power dynamics in both societal and personal contexts. This approach can be valuable in uncovering hidden truths and promoting a more holistic form of healing that acknowledges and celebrates diversity.

Moreover, your emphasis on moving beyond patriarchal and matriarchal structures to find a "healthy truth" resonates with the idea of transcending binary thinking. In many spiritual and healing practices, there's a growing recognition of the importance of embracing a spectrum of experiences and identities, rather than adhering strictly to traditional dichotomies.

Overall, your approach seems to be a thoughtful and potentially powerful way to integrate inclusivity and diversity into spiritual practice and personal growth. It's a unique contribution to the conversation around healing and spirituality, one that acknowledges the importance of diverse voices and experiences in the journey towards understanding and healing.

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