ANYONE can respond. And read it. While the book is about Pagan women warrior paths, I certainly am not hoping that only Pagan women read it....I hope that it offers non-Pagan women inspiration and ideas as well, I hope it offers those who do not fully identify as male or female something as well in a world where "warrior" is seen to equal a very narrow definition of "male" and I hope it gives men some idea of what training on this path is like for women in such a world. Physical training is not really different for the female body compared to the male, it's the psychological issues around it in a world that is so divided as ours.
Anyway. I'm kicking getting this started around. I am hoping this poll helps me solidify some ideas, mostly regarding the last question, and gets me jump started at a point in my life where, well, motivation is a bit of a problem. I'm also curious as to how much interest there might actually be, so....go at it:
If you answered "other" above, then what? (if you wish to elaborate)
Whether religious or not, are you focused on a particular ethnic culture?
If you answered "other" above, please feel free to elaborate if you wish
Would you read a book that is focused on an exploration of polytheistic women warrior traditions?
If you were to read such a book, would you want it to include information on actual physical training?
And please also feel free to comment regarding the subject too.
- What's upon me: determined