As fights for marriage equality have had sweeping victories across the United States, many LGBTQ activists ask, “what now?”
Some have answered that advocacy for the transgender community is logically the next step in our quest toward equality.
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The first words I spoke in the documentary I am making were that I always felt like I was different. In retrospect, those were the wrong words to say.
Why retreats for gay men?
My start comes from where I began. My partner and I both identify as gay men and are on a quest to live with authenticity in every area of our lives.
I am Denise Donnell. I am an ordained elder in the Mississippi Conference in the United Methodist Church. I have been a member of the clergy for the last eight years of my life.
I wish I could tell you that I have always been a friend of the LGBT community, but that is not my truth.
After posting the link to my blog, Progressive Christian Reflections, last week on a number of Facebook pages, I took our dog Hobbes to the park, and began to wonder what I would write for my next post. I returned to find an e-mail that simply said, “Unsubscribe me. I had no idea that your blog was gay.”
A video making its way through the internet depicts one of the worst coming out experiences one can have.
In it, we hear a mother start with "I love you," and move quickly to kicking her son out of her home, then to attacking and beating him.