Transgender Day of Remembrance

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Here is the prayer, begun by Tristissima, and added to by myself, for all of those fallen to hatred, fear, and misunderstanding.

What is remembered, lives.


Prayer for Our Beloved Dead

Hermaphroditus, look at the names of the dead.
Ardhanarisvara, read the names of the dead.
Melek Ta’us, remember the names of the dead.
Eris, look at the names of the dead.
Antinous, read the names of the dead.
Hoor-paar-kraat, remember the names of the dead.
Azathoth, look at the names of the dead.
Pomba-Gira, read the names of the dead.
Inanna, remember the names of the dead.
Baphomet, look at the names of the dead.
Avalokitesvara, read the names of the dead.
Faro, remember the names of the dead.
Ymir, look at the names of the dead.
Indra, read the names of the dead.
Ometeotl, remember the names of the dead.
Asushunamir, carry our tears.

4 Responses to “Transgender Day of Remembrance”

  1. David-Circe

    My addition would be: Hekate, give your support to the decisions of the dead.

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  2. Muninn's Kiss

    I must ask about Ymir here. The only place I know the name is the first giant, the father of all giants, in Norse mythology, who the Three Fathers kills and makes the world from, but that doesn’t *seem* to fit the way you’re using it. Who is Ymir in this context?

    FFF,
    ~Muninn’s Kiss

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    • Thorn

      Ymir is considered by some to be a hermaphrodite (or perhaps even pre-gender) as Ymir comes before the other giants, and births the male and female giants.

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