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LaSara Firefox is a dazzling inspiration and firestarter to everyone who encounters her. -Susie Bright, author of Full Exposure

LaSara Firefox is a genius! You couldn't ask for a better guide to take you on this emboldening adventure. and engaging whether or not you consider yourself a witch, Sexy Witch is a fabulous book full of serious fun. -Ariel Gore, author of The Hip Mama Survival Guide, Atlas of the Human Heart and Whatever, Mom!

All acts of love and pleasure will be your rituals, too, once you get turned on to your own erotic and spiritual power with LaSara's Sexy Witch as your guide. -Carol Queen, .author, Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture

As a serious spiritual pragmatist, I am extremely impressed by this volume's detailed command of what works-what really works-when it comes to the deep core of spiritually turned-on women's sexuality. The best teacher is truth, and LaSara FireFox is one helluva Sexy Witch. -Jordan Gruber, Founder & CEO, Enlightenment.Com

Wake up and smell the pussy! Sexy Witch is so much more than your typical book of love spells. It's the antidote to that pervasive cultural brainwashing that tries to turn us all into quiet, pretty, scentless Barbie dolls. People say that sex, religion, and politics are the three things you shouldn't discuss in polite company--well, fuck that! As Firefox shows, they are all incredibly important and intimately related, and need to get talked about. I wish every woman in the world would read this book and more importantly, DO this book. Sexy Witch isn't meant to be theory sitting on a shelf. It's a tool for transformation. -Jennifer Hunter, author of 21st Century Wicca and Rites of Pleasure

I have known LaSara FireFox pretty much all her life-she was born and grew up on the land in the large Hippie homesteading community where I also lived for many years. In fact, she has been my favorite niece, and I her favorite uncle, over three decades. And I can assure you that LaSara has always been a Sexy Witch! I cannot imagine anyone more dedicated to her Path, her family, her children, her calling, and the greater causes of social justice, feminism, and environmental stewardship. She has served as Priestess and President of the Pagan church I founded, as well as President of the communal Ranch. LaSara writes out of a lifelong commitment of deepest integrity, and in Sexy Witch, she lays it all out in unsparing frankness and personal vulnerability. She is your longed-for sister, lover, and confidante girlfriend-and she really knows what shes talking about! LaSara offers you authentic magick to transform your life into one of empowered radiance and self-assured confidence, as she cuts to the heart of the deepest woundings, shames, and insecurities of all women with the laser scalpel of her insight, experience, and wisdom. This book will become your treasured companion on your journey towards full realization of your glorious sexiness! -Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, author of Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard

In the mid 1980s I helped conduct a ritual with an insightful teenager Lasara FireFox, already known for rattling the cages of prudery and convention, monotheism, cynicism and self doubt. the publication of Sexy Witch she continues to both envision and further a new/ancient paradigm of wholeness, empowerment, expression and balance. my quarter century of mentoring with the Earthen Spirituality Project, Ive seen that how we perceive and experience our selves shapes how we approach and effect everything and everyone around us. are so much more than thinkers, managers or victims, we are sublimely wild beings called to reawaken and heal this convoluted world... beginning with the vital reinhabitation of our native Earth, our intrinsic responsibilities, our sacred sentient bodies and essential Gaian bliss. is the role of the Seeker or Witch, after all, to embrace both the work and the rewards. Lasaras potent stories, rituals and practices women of all ages (and men as well!) are offered an opportunity to reclaim that which was always and truly ours: our magickal sexuality, our hope and power. -Jesse Wolf Hardin, author of Gaia Eros: Reconnecting To The Magic & Spirit Of Nature

A 21st Century toolkit for today's warrior witch! LaSara Firefox's Sexy Witch initiates readers into the multi-faceted mysteries of magick, mind and ritual. From the sacred to the profane, from the spiritual to the physical, a must-read for all modern witchy women. -Richard Metzger, The Disinformation Company Ltd.

This witty and smart, well-researched gem of a book has the power to transform the feminist movement at the radical roots - womens bodies and their sexuality. any woman who wants to understand, enhance, reclaim or heal her sexuality, this book is a must. to liberate your sisters as well as the men and women who love them. -Anodea Judith, Ph.D., author of Wheels of Life and Eastern Body, Western Mind.

A radical and subversive text for transformation and empowerment. The practices in this book have the potential for deep healing and complete awakening. A must read for all who wish to change the world. -Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx

Sexy Witch awakens the inner spiritual healer by cultivating the intuitive goddess within all women. In the true spirit of sensual and sexual liberation, LaSara teaches you how to conjure powerful inherent magic through fun, juicy, and provocative rituals. Sexy Witch offers a brilliant searchlight along this mysterious and mystical road of self-transformation and self-discovery. This is groundbreaking and visionary ritual magic for rebuilding womens self-esteem and for nurturing the sacred within. Thank you, LaSara, for touching my soul with your vibrant, empowering and visionary words of wisdom. -Wendy-O Matik, author of Redefining Our Relationships: Guidelines for Responsible Open Relationships

The scared practical feminine in Sexy Witch is spellbinding. This no nonsense funny hip book educates us in the finer arts of sex and witchcraft. -Sophia, author of Fortune Telling with Playing Cards and Fortune in a Coffee Cup.

A call to sexual, magickal and personal initiation sure to transform the reader-male, female or otherwise. Clear, creative, fun and empowering! I'll never look at my witch sisters the same way again. Thank you LaSara. -Christopher Penczak, author of Gay Witchcraft, The Outer Temple of Witchcraft and Sons of the Goddess

Sexy Witch is so many things wrapped into one fantastic book! Its a manual of magick, a manifesto for the self, a revealing mirror held up to an image obsessed society and a tool for positive transformation. Its filled with insights into history, culture, gender, psychology, ritual and the nature of feminine power! - Josh Wetzel, author of The Paradigmal Pirate

This incredible Sexy Witch, LaSara W. Firefox, is a modern-day Emma Goldman, Dr. Susan Block and Flo Kennedy rolled into one. Her writings are sunshine in a dark era of repression and theocracy. The book Sexy Witch is a reminder of the beauty of sexuality and the humanity that is possible when people are not programmed by anti-freedom forces. I hope everyone in the nation has an opportunity to read it. -Rev. Bookburn, RadioVolta.org

LaSara FireFox is a cutting-edge Witch, who encourages us to experience life directly and totally, with every ounce of mind, body and spirit. Sexy Witch makes magick come alive! -Charles Gatewood, family photographer of the sexual underground. Books: Photography for Perverts, Badlands, True Blood, Forbidden Photographs.

About the Author

LaSara Firefox is a writer, ritualist, sex-positive activist and educator, and a designer/facilitator of a wide variety of interactive, exploration-based workshops.

Firefox is a family-traditions Witch and a second
generation ordained Pagan Priestess. She has been writing about sexuality and spirituality for over a decade. Her workshops, which take place anywhere from Pagan gatherings to universities, to community centers, to private living rooms, heavily involve these subjects.

Firefox  has been featured on Sony Pictures
Television’s “Life and Style,” Playboy TV’s “Sexcetera, and the Canadian program “SexTV.” A discerning and playful writer, LaSara has contributed to Penthouse, newWitch, and Gauntlet magazines. She is also a regular sex advice columnist in the Bullhorn Rag. Sexy Witch is her loud and proud first book.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (September 8, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 073870752X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738707525
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.7 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #377,069 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Damien Margo on November 7, 2005
Format: Paperback
This is one empowering book! While it may seem this book is for women only, as a man I found it informative and very practical. Some of the contents are specifically for women, including exercises that are guaranteed to both shock and delight readers. A quick look into the library of LaSara Firefox reveals that this is her first full blown book. I will definitely be looking out for more from this author. Sexy Witch is one of the most daring, revealing, and inspiring books I have ever read. The fact that a book like this can be published proves that free speech is still a reality! Although the book does have some roughness, I give it 5 stars for what a special and unique accomplishment it is. I doubt there is any book in existence that pushes the envelope like this one. I found myself laughing out loud, and crying at some of the startling historical information. A copy of Sexy Witch on your coffee table is guaranteed to strike up some interesting conversations with your guests. Based on its contents and graphic exercises I would not be surprised to see this book banned. Sexy Witch has the potential to empower anyone who reads it. I especially like the "media fast" exercise. We all need to do this one, for our health and sanity.
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LaSara Firefox, <strong>Sexy Witch</strong> (Llewellyn Books, 2005)

It took me somewhere north of five years to read <em>Sexy Witch</em>. Why it took me so long (I don't know the exact duration, thanks to a hard drive crash in June 2007 that borked my spreadsheet; everything I was reading on June 17, 2007 has that as a starting date ever since, but I'm almost certain I started it in January 2006) is a long and terrible story that involves moving house twice, mislabeled boxes, the purchase of an ebook reader, and all kinds of other things, and is probably really boring to anyone who didn't live through it. So I'll just say that the first five chapters of my reading this book involved me owning four different copies of it. Which should tell you something. (Needless to say, every time I finally scored another copy at Half Price Books, the previous one would turn up within a week...)

The basic idea here is a simple one, and mirrors that of many books of the Llewellyn stripe over the last ~40 years or thereabouts; there's as much psychology to be found here as there is magic (I've often wondered, though never more than idly, which way that influence flowed more strongly, and how much--especially in Jung), and the general aim of the book is empowerment. As you might be able to tell from the title, this book is sex-focused.

(And okay, I get the note about the cover model just being a representation, but it's a representation that works pretty well. [clears throat] What was I saying?
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I found this book a few months ago as I scanned the shelves of my local bookstore. The title and cover caught my interest and I decided to give the book a whirl.

I am happy I did, this book did something no amount of diets and praise from my family gave me. It made me love myself and shatter every negative image I have of how I look. Because of this book, I looked at myself in a completely new light.

Through the creative and sometimes embarrassing exercises, I found my inner beauty as well as my outer beauty.

A book I must say may push the envelope for some people. However, I found this book fun and funny. It also was very informative and helpful. It made me take a deeper look myself and not just at face value but really look at every crevice of myself. Sexy Witch made me touch, feel and taste myself to show me that I am beautiful.

I may not the model type image that the media has plastered on their magazines. However, it made me realize I am beautiful.

I love how this book uses art. It is through art that you begin a strong and important relationship with yourself and your sexuality.

This book may not be for all but if you keep an open mind and just dive in, you will find empowerment and in time, you will see a transformation of how you see yourself.

I believe this book should be in every pagan/wiccan's library, it will have a permanent place in mine. I gave a few copies of Sexy witch as a gift, my friends loved it, and they too see a difference in how they view themselves and beauty.

Look past the negative reviews and try this book.

This book will let you find and embrace the Sexy Witch in you.
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After neglecting my spiritual side for many years, I found it difficult to sort through the multitude of "witchcraft" books in the search for something genuine. I had seen Sexy Witch several times over the years, and was always curious, so I picked it up. I'm glad that I did, because it is exactly what I've been looking for in a guide to discovering my own spiritual sense.

This book may not be everyone's cup of tea, but perhaps it would help to understand some of the more "out there" activities suggested. Many of the exercises seem to derive from things I have seen and done in feminist workshops on improving body image and connecting with women's spirituality. Some are reminiscent of workshops from the women's rights movement, when women examined their bodies closely to get over the intense shame and stigma associated with certain areas of the female anatomy. Because I am familiar with such explorations, and have even done some of them in the past, I did not find it shocking. Sometimes challenging, but it all made sense to me. For someone who is uncomfortable with the word "Feminist" or who is deeply affected by the social constructs this book aims to push aside, some chapters may seem too radical.

Personally, I love a pagan book that is unabashedly woman-centric without being full of fluffy bunnies, "love spells," and cliche praises to goddesses of the Greek/Roman pantheon. This guide is flexible enough to allow great freedom of expression in ritual. Even color and direction associations are open to your own interpretation, which is wonderful for witches who do not connect with common Wiccan-inspired practices. This book is all about learning to love, honor, respect, and fully own every part of yourself, which is something most women desperately need help with in our body-hating, consumerist, patriarchal society.

This is the best pagan book I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Five stars, and two thumbs up.
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