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Blog Nov, 15, 2017
4 Reasons NOT To Host A Transgender Day of Remembrance Service At Your Church

“Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day for stories to be told and scripts to be rewritten. It’s a chance to reach out and come together against the dehumanizing violence that haunts our communities. Love is a call as well as a response, but most of all love is an action.”  -Angelica Ross

Blog Mar, 08, 2017
Cisgender Solidarity With Black Trans Women

You would think that we, those of us belonging to the LGBTQ community of faith would be mourning you and conspiring towards how we can work to protect you and cherish you in our communities. However, the silence around your death, Chyna Gibson, is deafening.

Blog Feb, 22, 2017
Milo Yiannopoulos’ Trash Talking Tanks

Trigger Warning: discussions of pedophilia and child abuse 

For Milo Yiannopoulos—vulgarian, alt-right’s telegenic token gay and Breitbart’s polemical senior editor—his last appearance on a national stage may have finally come. 

Blog Oct, 13, 2016
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 Aug, 11, 2015
On Resisting Passivity: A Catholic Call To Renew The Earth

The senseless murders at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, startled many because they raised the ongoing issues of racial prejudice, gun violence, and how people from all walks of life become innocent victims of terror, hate, and discrimination.

Blog Jul, 24, 2015
This is REAL Christian Persecution: Augusta Church Hit With Anti-LGBT Hate Crime

Christian persecution in the United States is real. It’s just not what you think. Christian persecution isn’t about having to offer birth control to women.

It’s not about having to serve wedding cakes to gay and lesbian couples. Christian persecution isn’t even having people call you out when you spout homophobic, sexist, or racist opinions, veiled blasphemously as biblical.

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