Category Archives: Homospirituality

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Letters to Home: It’s Never Too Late to Come Out

Dear Bro, What is coming out?  Telling someone that I am different from the norm. Most people look at someone and immediately determine if they are female or male.  If I am in a winter coat with one of my baseball caps on, I get

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Letters to Home: Love, Alyce

Dear Bro, I should write home more often, but can’t seem to do it.  Then today, I watched a movie and realized I could relate to it WAY too much. You may not have seen “Love, Simon” — but it was on HBO recently, and

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Introducing “Letters to Home”

This will be a regular column here at “Whosoever”.  The title of it is, “Letters to Home”.  I will be writing letters to home that talk about me and what it is about living as an out and proud lesbian. I want to introduce myself. 

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Imagine the Possibilities

Talk given to a PFLAG group in Montana on October 11, 2006 Hi, my name is Becky Taylor and I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be here and I’m excited to share something that means a lot to me – first I should probably

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Know Your Enemy

Part 4 of 4 | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Now you may think that you are alone in the world, but you are not. There are thousands of Christians all over the world who are gay and have or are facing

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Where’s Momma?!

As I begin this essay, on the evening of Mother’s Day, I have a very pertinent question: “Is Momma in the house?” The American Right is now in the process of imploding upon itself. How can we know, for certain, that it is about to

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Redemption from the Remnant

I just finished reading some reviews from Exodus International. For those who do not know, this organization is the largest ex-gay ministry on earth and claims to have a wonderful success rate. The truth is that many neutral scientific organizations from small ones, to huge

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Speaking Silence, Who Cares?

If I have chosen to air some silences in the church’’s closet, it is to create room for open dialogue on Christian normalisations and how these normalisations disempower particular groups of Christians. I intimate that silence is the act in which particular members of the