Interview with Wiccan author Yvonne Aburrow about inclusive Pagan communities and Pagan consent culture.
I’m grateful to have grown up in a small factory town in Indiana, where everyone shopped at the same
His beliefs, no matter how much I disagreed, sunk into my already body-shame-filled-mind, and I continued to ignore my attraction to girls.
I was twenty-three when I first heard a convincing argument that being gay might be OK with God. It was in a Sunday school class at a tiny church in the suburbs of Philadelphia where I was a paid vocalist in the choir.
Rescuing Jesus by Deborah Jian Lee eloquently argues that no single majority opinion owns the evangelical tradition or the wider Christian faith.
I want to be a part of communities that practice embracing this kind of queerness. In a community in which there are no norms, there are no black sheep.
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