Q Christian and Queer Theology Aren't *NOT* Right
The following is a list of practical, everyday tips to improve our allyship to God’s beloved queer and trans children.
Some of us may be yearning for the kin-dom but frustrated by jobs, family, communities, or circumstances that feel more like the Empire. But like the Galen Ersos and the magi of our lives, we also have opportunities to sabotage the Empire through our daily efforts...
Taiwan used to be the first Asian nation poised to ratify same-sex marriage. Last month, however, Taiwan succumbed to the effects of $33 million spent to defeat the nation’s ballot measure to ratify same-sex marriage.
Zora Now that Pride month is over in the U.S. (boo!), all our favorite stores are back on their cis-/heteronormative sales train. Yesterday I passed by some coffee mugs branded with, “Soon To Be Her Mr.” and “Soon To Be His Mrs.” (I’m a Maxxinista for life, but T.J. Maxx sure has some gaudy heteronormative [...]
Last winter, Zora had asked me to write about mental health. I couldn’t finish the post. I was scared and ashamed.
Before you hear how I came out to my small-town, evangelical, New England family, we should talk about the term “coming out.”
“You hypocrite,” Jesus said. It’s a Bible tit-for-tat. And Bible tit-for-tats are easy; in a canon of 66 books from dozens of authors, one can easily find a disembodied verse to justify a point.
I’ve done a lot of talking - a lot of rebutting people’s well-articulated homophobia, a lot of discussions with (or at) well-meaning Christians working hard to show me some light they thought I couldn’t see.
If you're an ally to LGBTQ Christians in a non-affirming church, these words are for you. We're calling on our allies.