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Blog Sep, 28, 2016
Pilgrimage Of Mercy Seeks Equality For LGBTQ Catholics

Greg Bourke and his husband were plaintiffs in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that brought the freedom to marry to same-sex couples nationwide in June 2015. Now the men, who were named Persons of the Year by the National Catholic Reporter, are leading a “Pilgrimage of Mercy” to celebrate and recognize LGBT Catholics—and calling for an end to anti-LGBT discrimination.

Blog Sep, 27, 2016
Blog Sep, 23, 2016
I’m Bisexual, Transgender, & Happy

Standing amongst the rows of trees I stared across at my partner. She was smiling, grabbing apples from the trees with an excited exclamation as if each one was a new find, a sparkly treasure, with that same childlike wonder that made me first fall in love with her.

Blog Sep, 23, 2016
Discovering My Bisexual Christian Identity

My first kiss was with my next-door neighbor—a young boy in my class. It was back when I didn’t know what it meant to be queer, what it meant to be bisexual, what it meant to be trans. We were together under a flagpole at recess, he told me that the previous night was “Hershey’s Kiss” night at his church. 

Blog Sep, 20, 2016
The Body Of Christ Includes Bisexuals

Shortly after coming out to my church, I began to notice just how many LGBTQ people our congregation had. While my time prior to deciding to come out had been full of nerves and worry, my time after was filled with new friends and role models.  

Blog Sep, 14, 2016
Painting Mary Daly: Lesbian Feminist Pioneer

You don’t have to be perfect to be a saint. The saints who comprise my Holy Women Icons are far from perfect, but each one has made a difference in the lives of countless queer women.

Blog Sep, 09, 2016
Believe Out Loud Director James Rowe Says Goodbye

I started working at Believe Out Loud almost five years ago. Before that time, I had no idea that there were places to turn to talk about the intersection of being LGBTQ and Christian, other than to talk about it from the harmful narrative that had been forced upon most of us for far too long.  

Blog Sep, 08, 2016
Why Coming Out Isn’t For Everyone

Coming out is a powerful experience. It is a story that many people in the LGBTQ community have in common. Whether subtle or dramatic, disclosing one’s sexual orientation or gender identity is often met with celebration and praise.

Blog Sep, 07, 2016
A Multi-Faith Theology On Moving Beyond Intimate Partner Violence

As a Black transman, I get a lot of messages about who I am supposed to be, what I am supposed to look like and what my life should manifest as. 

Blog Sep, 02, 2016
He Didn’t Know The Kind Of Baptists He Called

Yesterday, I received a message from someone at the Massachusetts Family Institute asking for my church’s help in repealing the new transgender public accommodations law that Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed earlier this summer.

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