Many people believe we have lost the connection to nature and our own bodies and spirituality, but those connections are kept alive by both the tradition of witchcraft and within certain aspects of feminism. I have explored the intersection of these through a personal documentary on Miki, a gender queer witch. 

Many people believe we have lost the connection to nature and our own bodies and spirituality, but those connections are kept alive by both the tradition of witchcraft and within certain aspects of feminism. I have explored the intersection of these through a personal documentary on Miki, a gender queer witch. 

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 Many people believe we have lost the connection to nature and our own bodies and spirituality, but those connections are kept alive by both the tradition of witchcraft and within certain aspects of feminism. I have explored the intersection of these through a personal documentary on Miki, a gender queer witch. 
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Many people believe we have lost the connection to nature and our own bodies and spirituality, but those connections are kept alive by both the tradition of witchcraft and within certain aspects of feminism. I have explored the intersection of these through a personal documentary on Miki, a gender queer witch. 

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