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Being Transgender: From Punchline to Mainline

Listen to the podcast interview When it comes to transgender people and their issues, the media tends to portray them as either prostitutes or punch lines. Author and speaker Vanessa Sheridan believes being they are neither. Instead, for her, being transgender is a gift. “There

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The HRC Finds Religion… Finally!

All I can say is, “it’s about time!” When I started Whosoever about 10 years ago I did so believing that unless the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community embraced the spiritual elements present in the community it would never, ever win any significant political

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Dropkick Me, Jesus

Preached October 10, 2004 at MCC Columbia Scripture reading: 1 Corinthians 12:14-27 Dropkick me Jesus through the goalposts of life End over end neither left nor to right Straight through the heart of them righteous uprights Dropkick me Jesus through the goalposts of life Make

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WOW! A Report from WOW 2003

As if I wasn’t giddy enough from all the emotional events of this year, last weekend I journeyed to Philadelphia for the WOW 2003 conference! WOW! Witness Our Welcome. Over 1,000 LGBTQ people and our straight allies were there, including some of the most amazing

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I Thank You God, For the Rainbow

I thank you G_D for the Rainbow! And for every youth who has survived public or private schools, homophobic homes, heterosexist families, churches and societies. I am grateful for the code of the Still Small Voice Within Desirous of Just “A Safe Place” in which