This post is based on and inspired by Sati’s wonderful post about Seth and Women (in German).
Loki, the “Unmanly” Man
If you worship Loki — especially if you’re female while doing so — you’ll quickly be finding yourself battling prejudice based on the clichéd immature, hormone-driven teenager; or alternatively, the clichéd oversexed while underfucked aging single woman. According to cliché, you only have the hots for a particular part of Loki’s — the part that you usually find roughly in the middle of the male body, to be precise. If you stop to think about it, however, this is rather odd: in fact as far as we know from extant sources, Loki and His sexuality are not as clear-cut for Him to easily lend themselves interpretation as a sex symbol.
Imagine a time and culture where ergi — that is, the accusation of unmanliness and cowardice, that is always…
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