…and I’m not only not afraid to say so, but I have a large devotional tattoo to her on my body.
She came to me like any other God, and we entered into a relationship the same way I did with Loki, or any of the other Gods I Work for.
I will elaborate on this more later, as I am not at home in the moment, and can’t write more. (In fact, I didn’t mean to publish this yet, but my phone had other plans.) But I want to address the current conversation about “fandom” and how it is different, and similar, to being devoted to a God. And how Gods come to be, through shared stories we use to explain phenomenon in our lives, and comic books/movies being the modern day version of those stories.
I am, in fact, not alone in the worship of The Endless from the comic book Sandman as Gods. I originally bonded with Kate Bornstein (gender pioneer and prolific author on being true to oneself) over The Endless as Gods. She, too, has permanently marked her body to show her devotion and love to them.
More later, I promise.