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Home » CLGS’s AAPIRT Sublime Divinations Edition 3: Queer AAPI Elemental Magic » CLGS’s AAPIRT Sublime Divinations Edition 3: Queer AAPI Elemental Magic

The purpose of AAPIRT’s annual zine, Sublime Divinations is to 1) provide a more spiritually expansive and exploratory creative space for LGBTQIA+ AAPI folks and their accomplices and 2) document and archive LGBTQIA+ AAPI stories and narratives around spirituality, faith, religion, and divinity in creative and accessible ways, so that we may have a clear blueprint of who we hope to become as a community. This year’s edition of Sublime Divinations will explore the divine relationships that Queer AAPI communities have built and sustained with our elemental friends- Earth, Air, Water, and Fire. How have Queer AAPI folks transformed and deepened our spiritual connection with nature’s sacred elements? How has nature shaped and formed our understanding of Queer AAPI spiritual identity?

Authored and hosted by AAPIRT Coordinator Maij Vu Mai.

Maij Vu Mai (they/he/sib/homie/fam, M.Div) currently serves as the Asian/American and Pacific Islander Roundtable Coordinator at the Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion at the Pacific School of Religion. Maij is a Black Asian Trans Queer Neurodivergent MaGe who is devoted to creating radical healing spaces where marginalized folks (primarily Queer & Trans/Gender Expansive folks, Black folks, Folks of Color, Disabled folks, Neurodivergent/ expansive folks, & Sensuality Practitioners) can tap into their own alchemical power and knowledge ecosystems. A creative visionary, organizer, and liberation companion from the South, their soul work centers the bodies, voices, and lived experiences of oppressed peoples striving to transform their imaginations and worlds.

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