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3 Responses to “Disclaimers”

  1. I’m not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but are littleredridinghood and Sophia diGregorio the same person? Regardless, I like this blog so far, especially the anti-authoritarian and pro-privacy message. I’m just curious as to whom these writings belong to. Not to be pushy or anything, but I would be honored to speak with littleredridinghood.

    • littleredridinghood Says:

      Dear Edith Aint,

      Thank you for your comment. I’m glad you like the articles. They are written by different authors. We used to have the comment section open, but it became too overwhelming. There just wasn’t time to manage it. There are some plans to open it up, again, on new articles for a short time after they’re posted. Your comment is very kind and appreciated. Thanks for the reblog, too.

      • Ha, I WISH my comment section would become overwhelming! Then again, you know what they say: be careful what you wish for….I totally understand the desire to limit contact; writing can be rough on its own, even more so when everyone throws in their two cents. Definitely looking forward to those new articles! 🙂 I have trouble finding witchcraft blogs that really resonate with me, and I’ve felt an urge to actively practice again over this past week or so. I think I found this site looking for Ozark folk magic.

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