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Blog Sep, 08, 2011
Silent Supporter? It's Time To Come Out Of The Closet

The religious right is out of the closet. No, not THAT closet (although I’m sure that door could swing open and reveal some hidden friends).

Blog Sep, 07, 2011
Secretly Gay-Affirming Pastors: You Are Not Alone

Yesterday I received this email (which I use here by permission):

Blog Aug, 24, 2011
Gays Are Us Part II: Refuting The Arguments That Label LGBT Equality A "White" Issue

As the nation prepares to celebrate the dedication of the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., this weekend, I am reminded that while much has changed since the March on Washington 48 years ago, much remains the same.

Blog Aug, 23, 2011
Gays Are Us: Why LGBT Equality Is Not A "White" Issue

At last month’s 102nd annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, a historic workshop focused on overcoming homophobia within the black community.

Blog Aug, 23, 2011
A Church Of The Future And It Is Good

"For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in ..." Matthew 25:35

Blog Aug, 16, 2011
What Is Your Christianity Used To Justify?

Everyday the first thing I do here at Believe Out Loud is look for LGBT religious related news.  I look for stories to feature on our website or interesting people with whom we ally ourselves.  This morning, I was on The Advocate website, and came across a story about one of my favorite comediennes: Lucille Ball.  Although not work-

Blog Aug, 15, 2011
Sung Park Steps Down As Believe Out Loud Director

Sung’s top programmatic priority has been directing the Believe Out Loud campaign. He has invested thousands of hours these past three and a half years in the cause of justice and inclusion for the LGBT community. He will be missed, both here at Intersections and among our Believe Out Loud constituents.

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