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can males become witches?, just asking?
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Witch is just really a title now, if you wish to call yourself one you may.
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as Curse said, it's just a title. witches can be male or female. the notion that woman are witches and men are wizards is just something from pop-culture. pick the title you like and use it. myself, i don't know any men who call them-self wizard, warlock, or anything other than witch.
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Warlock means oath breaker does it not
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For many warlock does mean oath breaker, I believe that was the traditional meaning of it.

At this point in time most magical practitioners of either sex choose the title of witch.

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Males certainly can be Witches, and many of them choose to call themselves that.

The word "Witch" comes from the Anglo-Saxon work "wicca" (meaning male Witch) and "wicce" (meaning female Witch). The modern religion of Wicca takes its name from the same root word.

"Warlock" comes from the Anglo-Saxon/Old English word "waerloga" which means traitor or oath-breaker. While Hollywood loves this term and uses it frequently and incorrectly, it is not a term that is used by modern Pagans who understand its origins and meaning.

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My god, just call yourself a practitioner of occult arts. Life's to short to worry about titles. Geez.
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