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Titles for practitioners
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Post # 1
Hi,

I am an eclectic/solitary practitioner, but I was wondering if it would be considered roleplay or something similar to call yourself a sorcerer or wizard or magickian or something like that. Not "great sorcerer" or "almighty wizard" but just those names on their own. Also, is there a difference between sorcerer or wizard or witch? Like in power or what they do. One final thing, can you be male and still call yourself a witch?

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Titles for practitioners
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Post # 2

Yes, yes. The title "witch" is completely unisex. If you practice witchcraft, you're a witch. That's it. You can call yourself whatever you want to be, I don't think it is against the site rules. Though, if you start spouting that you're more powerful or whatever, that would get you in trouble. I would just specify why you called yourself that if anyone asked. :)

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Re: Titles for practitioners
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Witch, is specifically a person who practices Witchcraft. Regardless of Gender

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