What is a Faerie?

A network of faggot farmers, workers, artists, drag queens, leathermen, political activists, witches, magickians, rural and urban dwellers who see gays, lesbians, queers, and folk of trans experience a distinct people with a distinct culture, way of becoming, and spirituality.

Faeries believing that all people have unique and necessary contributions to make, contributions that must be made to help regain the lost balance of the larger human community. Being radically (at the root) decentralist and anti-authoritarian, there are no leaders. Each faerie is divine and speaks for themselves.

Joining together with each other in mutual aid and love for play, work, self-discovery and nurturing. To be a Faerie is an act of self-definition. Without dogma, Faeries share and celebrate common visions. Some of these are: a belief in the sacredness of nature and the earth; honoring the interconnectedness of spirit, sex, politic and culture; an understanding that each has their own path(s) which lead to the garden-of-being. By uniting with each other in circles, gatherings and sanctuaries, Faeries increase the joy of weeding and tending gardens together; a commitment to the process of group consensus; and an understanding of collective interconnectedness and interdependency.