Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Witches have feelings too

Despite their fearsome tough girl image of the past, the witches of today are sensitive to hurtful stereotypes:

Posters hung on government property of witches as haggard women on broomsticks or as green-faced outcasts with an evil glint in their eye could lead to defamation lawsuits by witches protesting what they see as violations of their civil rights.

"If they don't protect us and take care of us like everyone else, then they could be sued," said Cabot, who in 1986 founded the Witches League for Self-Awareness after the filming of "The Witches of Eastwick," a movie witches said made them look "stupid."

1 Comment:

Fenris Badwulf said...

My heart bleeds when I read stuff like this. As a white male, I have never been exposed to hurtful comments or disrespect in my entire life. Reparations are called for.