Posts Tagged ‘LGBT’

326: Boldly eliminating guilt. Creating joy and serving instead. – Sister Aria Inyette

I want you to imagine just for a moment a Nun. Now I want you to imagine an order of Nuns that knows no gender, embraces all spiritual affiliations, and whose practices included service, education, activism, entertainment, and ministry. Guess we’re not talking about your normal Nunnery now are we? No we’re not! Today we…

317: It’s real BOLD with this Real Housewife of Miami! – Lauren Foster

Cast aside traditional roles of womanhood, motherhood, and house wifery. There’s a new gal in town, and she’s the empowered trans woman. A woman who says, “This is me, like it or not, and I am all woman from my mind to my heart to my soul.” Yet for all the moves forward, and being…

311: The Closet of Single Parenthood: A Bold Choice – Emma Brockes

Sure. Parenthood is a choice for most of us. Except for those unexpected surprises. But when you finally decide, there’s no time like the present, even if you are about to peak out of the 30-something years, find yourself single, and flirting with the early stages of a same-sex relationship, your decision to be a…

287: When Opposites No Longer Attract – Michael J. Testa

It’s a story that’s been told. Yet so many still believe there’s no reason to tell this story again. That’s complete bullshit. These stories need to be told, so that everyone can hear them and realize, that there are still many marriages where opposites do not attract but people are trying to play the game,…

275: LGBTQ Acceptance Work Is Never Done – Amy McDonald

Sure gay marriage is a constitutional right…at least for now. And if you monitor pop culture, you might think that LGBTQ folks are just a standard presence, so why are we still having this conversation. The truth is, 42 percent of LGBT — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender — adults experience workplace discrimination. 85 percent of…