Queer Pagan Men's Groups

Below are links to various groups and organizations for Queer Pagan Men.

A Brotherhood of UK Gay Pagan Men.
An eclectic neo-pagan faith which focuses exclusively on the veneration and worship of the Celtic Horned God, Cernunnos. Although it could be adapted by anyone who worships the Horned One, it was designed primarily with the needs of a solitary pagan man in mind.
Devoted to the worship of Antinous the lover of the Roman emperor Hadrian. Antinous was deified after his death and is worshiped by modern practitioners as a god of gay spritituality, youth, and beauty.
An international network for homosexual and bisexual men on the Druidic and Keltic inspired pagan paths.
A brotherhood of queer men in Columbus, Ohio.
A men’s initiatory tradition of the Craft celebrating Life, Men Loving Men, and Magic in a primarily Cretan context, also including some Aegean and Ancient Near Eastern mythology.
A fraternal / revivalist Druid order. While not exclusively LGBT, it is very affirming and accepting of LGBT folks and many of its members are gay and bi men.

Generally we are gay men who look for a spiritual dimension to our sexuality. Many of us are healers of one kind or another. Our shared values include feminism, respect for the Earth, and individual responsibility rather than hierarchy. Many of us are Pagan (nature-based religion).  This is the link to the main organization.  There are many chapters available to join in various locations.

The Unnamed Path is a shamanic path for men who love men. The path focuses on four main parts—Magic and Prophecy, Shamanism, Energy Healing, and Deathwalking.