Loki forces his way into a feast from which the Æsir have excluded him and begins to insult each of the Æsir in turn.
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When Loki turns to insult Óðinn, he first accusses him of the fairly serious insult of breaking their bond of blood-brotherhood. However, Loki then levels a more henious accusation, the male practice of seið. He connects this practice by a man with shame, cross dressing and perversion.
(Contributed by Douglas Robert Dutton.)
Main text: Lokasenna
Text sections: Lok 24