Posts Tagged ‘LGBTQ’

336: Coach-to-Coach, Truths About Coming Out Later In Life – Anne-Marie Zanzal

It’s been awhile since we’ve done a “He said, she said” or a “Coach To Coach” segment. But when I was contact by Anne-Marie Zanzal, I knew it was time. Especially given our political climate where it appears that the far right, and maybe even the leaning right are coming after the LGBTQ community. Typically…

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…

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…

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249: Boldly Tapping Your Namasgay – Frank Macri

What is spirituality? How do you tap it? Is it religion? Ironically, these are all questions that, only you can answer for you. And that’s where it can get confusing, exciting, become an adventure, and also be a challenge. Now add to the mix that you are LGBTQ and you just might find a whole…

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