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I thought the Wheel of Change Tarot was OOP, but it appears the artist is selling it:

http://www.wheelofchange.com/store/wheel-of-change-tarot-deck

Also the World Spirit Tarot might qualify, and the artist is selling second editions on Etsy:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/527049990/world-spirit-tarot-deck-book-signed-by?ref=shop_home_active_2

 

Thank you, they are added to the list!  :heartz:

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Siavahda

Julie Dillon's new Mermaid Tarot has plenty of diversity in body types and ethnicities (like all her art!) I highly recommend it!

 

Joe Phillips' Divine Diversity deck is sexually diverse (mostly m/m and some polyamory) and has ethnically diverse characters.

 

Tarot of Eden (OOP) has people of different ethnicities.

 

I'll add more if I think of any, but all my faves have been listed already!

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Saturn Celeste

 

St. Jinx Arcana (Saturn was talking about the cards in that gay self-published deck, I believe it also has some women)

Hi Dan!  There is a version with females and there is a version (Divine Masculine) that is all male.  And I just got mine today!  :stick:

 

Also Le Tarot des Femmes Erotiques

http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/femmes-erotiques/cards.shtml

 

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Jewel

I will second the Mermaid Tarot by Leeza Robertson it has varied ethnicities, and The Chrysalis Tarot which is multicultural.

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lauri_tarot

Thank you for this list!  <3  Mythical Goddess Tarot shows a diversity of women with varying ages, sizes, and skin tones.

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Raggydoll

Thanks for all the suggestions, I’m going on an Easter holiday so I will add them when I’m back  :heartz:

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AnnaInWanderland

This is a great idea!

 

I believe the Luna Sol has some POC and LGBTQ representation: https://liminal11.com/product/the-luna-sol-tarot/

 

VERY excited for the Modern Witch Tarot: https://liminal11.com/2018/04/25/the-modern-witch-tarot/

 

Bridge Witches Tarot is Pittsburgh-specific, but has POC, LGBTQ representation, different body shapes and sizes: (the old tumblr is a great place to see and read a lot about it): https://bridgewitches.tumblr.com/

 

Also a Kickstarter for the This Might Hurt Tarot launched today! Also has POC and LGBTQ representation:

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ashjey

Thanks for compiling this list everyone! Being inclusive is very important to me. I will definitely add a few of these decks to my collection in the future <3

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Saturn Celeste
On 4/16/2019 at 5:22 AM, DanielJUK said:

There are way more than here probably but these are my LGBT suggestions, I don't own all these for myself but I am listing them based on categories I have seen them put in if I don't own them 🙂

 

Sexuality Inclusive Decks

Renaissance Tarot - implies same sex partnerships in some Majors with Greek / Roman myth themes

Daniel, I just got this deck today.  It is so lovely!!  It's delicate yet masculine.  I love it.  I wanted something in a Marseilles style too but what is really fun are the little 'vignettes' at the bottom of the suit cards.  I am really happy you mentioned this deck! :love:

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FLizarraga

I'm surprised no one has mentioned the Mary-El Tarot, whose 2nd edition is coming out this month.

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FLizarraga

Oh, and what about the Bohemian Baroque Cats? Well, it includes cats! OK, I'll go.

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FLizarraga

OK, seriously now. Chesca Potter shows people and symbols of different ethnicities and even created an alternative, genderless Lovers card for her much lamented Greenwood Tarot that didn't make it to the printed deck.

 

You can see all the cards here: https://voicewithinthecards.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/large-cards-no-writing.pdf. The alternative Lovers card is the third of the second row.

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Raggydoll

Thank you so much for those added suggestions. I am going to update this list when I’m by my computer! 

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Petra

Thanks for these lists! I am putting some of these on my wishlist (really liking that This Might Hurt Deck).

 

One of my favorite decks is The Collective Tarot, and someone recently told me about the Asian American Tarot deck that is scheduled to get out again this August (has a disability and mental health focus). 

 

But, I also really like Asali Earthwork's blogs/lists about queer decks & inclusivity, and Brown Girl Tarot's list for "melanated decks."

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LauraKai

This is such a great list! I'd add the Gaian Tarot and The Sasuraibito Tarot.

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Raggydoll
5 hours ago, LauraKai said:

This is such a great list! I'd add the Gaian Tarot and The Sasuraibito Tarot.

Thank you! I’ll make sure to add them 😀

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MarbleMoon

I'd like to throw my deck into the list, if possible!

The Marble Moon Tarot. 

🙂

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Thoughtful

The Everyday Enchantment Is a lovely tarot and features many diverse characters. It features disability, and people of ethnicity. 

 

Just realised you already have this listed oops!

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Raggydoll
19 minutes ago, Thoughtful said:

The Everyday Enchantment Is a lovely tarot and features many diverse characters. It features disability, and people of ethnicity. 

 

Just realised you already have this listed oops!

No worries, it’s a deck worth mentioning more than once! ❤️

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Grizabella
On 4/16/2019 at 12:12 AM, Raggydoll said:

I will start by listing the ones that come to mind:

 

Next World tarot

The Melanated tarot

Stretch tarot

The Numinous tarot

Thea's tarot

The Afro goddess tarot

Shrine of the Black Medusa tarot

The textured tarot

New Era elements tarot

Spirit within tarot

Delta enduring tarot

Moonchild tarot

Motherpeace tarot

Dust II Onyx

Ancestral path tarot

Tarot of the ages

The Everyday enchantment tarot

 

If you have any thoughts on the decks I mentioned or if you think any of them don't belong on the list then please feel free to speak up. I'm really interested in hearing everyones thoughts and experiences. I do understand that many of the decks I have listed are independently published and therefore expensive. I would be incredibly happy if we can add some more affordable and readily available decks too, this just happens to be an area of decks that I am drawn to (I really like to support innovative artists and small businesses)

 

 

 

You could add the Barbara Walker to the list. It's in print now in a tin and maybe in the original version. I don't know if the original version went out of print or not. 

 

Don't we have a deck study here that lists the Barbara Walker? I thought we did and that I posted to it but I can't find it now. It might have been another forum.

 

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Raggydoll
6 hours ago, Grizabella said:

You could add the Barbara Walker to the list. It's in print now in a tin and maybe in the original version. I don't know if the original version went out of print or not. 

 

Don't we have a deck study here that lists the Barbara Walker? I thought we did and that I posted to it but I can't find it now. It might have been another forum.

 

I can take a look and see if I can find that study group, otherwise we can just suggest to Saturn Celeste that she sets one up for you! 

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