Before I start this, I should probably get a few things out on the table. I am a man. I am white. I am heterosexual; in the current vernacular I am cisgender. And I don’t believe in a god. I tell you these things up front because in some corners of the Internet these things […]
While a recent article by a Jesuit intellectual makes a valiant attempt to open the door for a more conciliatory approach in the Church’s dealing with LGBTQ people, in the end it misses the mark.
Marriage equality for all has been on the political agenda in Australia since the last Federal election. Isn’t it a great thing that people are in love and want to get married, to commit to one another and form stable relationships? Apparently not! Gay people in Australia are seeking the right to marry but unfortunately […]
If I had remained invisible the truth would stay hidden and I couldn’t allow that ~ Lana Wachowski /Cloud Atlas One of the most basic assumptions in this life as a humans is this binary opposition thing we call boy and girl. We take it for granted. When our children are born, they are immediately […]
Published author Lyndsey D’Arcangelo shares her passion and motivation for writing and talks about her latest novel, The Education of Queenie McBride.
40 Years later, an academic conference in Vancouver acknowledges, honours and celebrates the first public protest to address gay rights in Canada
Last week we featured “The Bible Tells Me So. Oh Really? Part 1 This week, Ross Lonergan looks future at how the Church’s treatment of gay people can contribute to depression, family break-ups and even suicide.
These street interviews, conducted by Travis Nuckolls and Chris Baker in Colorado Springs, prove that “asking the right question can be more important than anything you can tell someone.”