By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jan 23, 2010
Post # 2
Absolutely not! Wicca is a religion for both men and women. Remember that Wiccans believe that Deity manifests as both God and Goddess, so it is not limited to women. In fact the first coven I belonged to consisted of an equal number of men and women. My husband, and High Priest, trained with me in that group, and our coven that we founded also had both men and women in it.
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Feb 15, 2010
Post # 5
If you're talking about Gardnerian or Alexandrian Wicca those branches of Wicca worship specific Deities whose names are oath-bound and not discussed with non-initiates.
For other Wiccans they can work with whatever Gods and Goddesses they connect to whether they be Celtic, Norse, Egyptian, Greek or any other pantheon. Personally I work with Sekhmet, Anpu, Tejhuti, and Menthu.
Are there any particular Gods or Goddesses you're curious about?
Wiccan Gods and Godesses, there are some wiccan traditions,who as mentioned above have their selection of deities, but many wiccans honor pantheon dieties (Greek, Roman, Egyptian, etc), some others, just worship a God and Godess. It really depends on the path you are inclined by, and how comfortable you feel with these deities.