Hi! I’m Avory, and I’m a writer and a change doula.
I help justice-aligned neurodivergent and nerdy humans cultivate ease and self-trust to grow into our emerging future.
I believe that personal and collective healing is integral to releasing the capitalist narratives that keep us stuck and small, and I use my queer and liminal gifts to doula folks into a space of possibility through discerning what is yours to hold and joyfully releasing what isn’t.
I am passionate about affirming your unique magic and offering practical supports for re-membering into natural ways of being. My own healing journey has taught me how important it is to have partners in doing things differently—affirming that change can accessible and grounding and that we are exactly who and where we need to be.
We come home to ourselves and to each other when we blend the sacred into the everyday, practicing new ways of being in the midst of present challenges.
A beautiful future is ours to create…
Right the fuck now.
I hope you’ll invite me into your inbox via the signup form above so that I can let you know what’s new, share my writing and projects, and get your feedback on where you’re most needing support.
- Curious about working with me 1-on-1 or in a group container? Check out the Work with Me page! I even have a free, no-obligations Explore Session where I’m happy to offer accessible guidance.
- Looking for more free support including reflections, exercises, tarot and astrology education, and book reviews in both written and video formats? Check out the blog!
- Have a question, want to partner, or have a media opportunity to share? You can find my information on the Connect page.
- And you can learn more about me, my beliefs and commitments, and my lineage on the About page.
Queer & Magical AF is a state of being that embraces the liminal and the fluid, centers those most marginalized, and alchemizes what is personal into what is profound, spiritual, and interconnected. I model this lens through through constantly evolving containers, prioritizing emergent strategy and always looking for the most supportive ways to doula folks through oppressive experiences and into a visionary future. As I do this I am always curious about ways to deepen anti-racist and anti-capitalist practice.