CONSORT (Radical Faeries)
White line woodcut and toner transfer
The Radical Faeries movement was founded in 1979 in California by Harry Hay, founder of the Mattachine Society, and two others. Radical Faeries was not so much a political group as a spiritual one, celebrating and exploring gayness itself as a source of wisdom and initiation. Sex-positive and often rurally based, Faerie circles incorporated elements of paganism, anarchism, environmentalism, shamanism, and indigenous spiritualities in their gatherings, which were called sanctuaries.
Today, Radical Faeries embody a wide range of genders, sexual orientations, and identities, with many gatherings open to all, while some still focus on the particular spiritual experience of man-loving men.
At least for the time being, that's the full set of prints for the "Counterspells" series.