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Sister Sashay Guevara (Novice)

Presently, Sashay is a 24 year old radical nun who is inspired by groups such as the Gay Liberation Front, ACT UP, The Black Panthers, The Young Lords, Worker’s World, and individuals such as Leslie Feinberg, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Susan Stryker, Jennnicet Gutiérrez, Leila Khaled, as well as groups such as the PFLP. She exclusively […]

Sister Demanda Morehead

    I wanted to help my community. We live in a time of labels. If you do this or that or act this way, it does not have anything to do with the rare unique individual you are. While on the topic of labels let me introduce you to my label; I m the […]

Sister Amanda Mount

    When did you screw everything up, but no one ever found out it was you? The Constitution of the United States of America specifically says: “… nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself…”  ‘Nuff said. What would you name your boat if you had one? The […]

Sister Alison Chains / Brother Gary Curter

Sr. Alison Chains (she/them) is a radical, intersectional activist. Br. Gary Curter (he/them) puts the clown in drag clown nun! They share a heart dedicated to serving the full LGBTQAI community in all it’s glorious racial, age, gender, faith, and ability diversity! Gary/Alison is currently on Mission on the east coast, where they spread mischief and […]

Sister Pussywillow Wilchenot

Equal parts glitter and dirt, Sister Pussywillow Wilchenot’s piercing gaze only means she’s not wearing her glasses.  She’s the smallest member, your work-a-day-genderfucking-fem-trans nun, and if you ask just right…well, just be careful what you ask for. She’ll probably give it to you.   Contact Sister Pussywillow Wilchenot

Sister Gladys Pantzarhoff

Sister Gladys Pantzarhoff recieved her calling on the patio of the Lone Star saloon in San Francisco in 2005. In March of 2006 she became a Fully Professed Sister with the Mother House in San Francisco.  Sister Gladys and her lovely husband moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2011, and after taking a couple years […]