Habib is a queer Muslim, although she’s struggled to come to terms with both aspects of her identity. Her memoir is all about her journey toward embracing both.
“When I have played with people at play parties, it’s not even like it’s a fantasy that I have to generate, it very much feels like I’m a priestess, and I’m in the temple engaging in an act of worship.”
I didn’t think I’d have to actually come to terms with any part of my sexuality. When I was 14
THE DISASSOCIATION OF THE FLESH He’s a tad late. That’s him in the sunglasses. I don’t know what he puts
Johnny Townsend has published 34 books, almost all of them on the subject of gay and feminist Mormons. Six of his
The editor of this site, Jera Brown, is seeking personal essays for a book-length anthology. Sacred and Subversive: Queer Perspectives
Interview with Wiccan author Yvonne Aburrow about inclusive Pagan communities and Pagan consent culture.
I’ll be wearing my clergy collar after today – a lot. On most days, in fact. For sure there is a small element of “it’s been such a long, hard road, you better believe I’m gonna wear a collar.” But more so, its that being a deacon is embedded in my sense of self and identity. I have always been called to the intersections of church and society, to queer that bifurcation through word, service, compassion, and justice.
We, sans our Muslims, do not know how to treat and be welcoming to Muslims. This is due to a combination of cultural norms and entrenched structures around expected whiteness in the queer community and the expectation that faith is not a part of our identity.
In those dark years when I was trying to disengage from the task of destroying myself and/or enabling HIV to do it for me, I often reminded myself that Jesus had healed lepers.