Logun Ede by Menote Cordeiro
Logun Ede (or Logumede) is the child of Oxum (Oshun) and Oxossi (Ochosi; or Oxossi Ibu Alamo, who is Erinle in Lukumi) and is said to live half the year as a man and half the year as a woman. Logun Ede is worshipped primarily in Brazil (and among the Lukumi in Miami), and is thought to be the patron of effeminate men (and, by the Lukumi, trans women). His symbols are Oxum’s mirror/fan and Oxossi’s bow and arrow. Maferefun Logun! <3
” (…) É Ibualama, é Inlé, que Oxum levou no rio e nasceu Logunedé”
Oshun and Inle with their omo Logun Ede!
Logun Ede is the Orisha associated with gender variance, and is believed to live half the year as a man and half the year as a woman. Yes, my religion has deities of trans-ness! Mojuba Logun Ede!