Adele & Peter: Queer & Christian: Conversation 7

September 6, 2011

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Peter says, ‘Here, Adele shares more of her painful experiences with ex-gay ministries, how she attended Pat Robertson’s Regent University (TRULY!), and how these experiences nearly led her to suicide…’

Adele & Peter: Queer & Christian: Conversation 6: ‘Is There Any Gray Here?’

August 30, 2011

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Peter says, ‘In this segment, Adele is INCREDIBLY patient and tolerant with me as I dig into possibilities of gray area in a subject that is so deeply personal to her. Please understand that I would NOT ask these questions in casual conversation with someone who didn’t already have some relational foundation with me. It’s […]

Adele & Peter: Queer & Christian: Conversation 5: ‘Claiming To Know Christ…So Unloving…’

August 2, 2011

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NOTE: Adele is now a full-on AGNOSTIC now but still believes those in the Queer community who desire to have a place at the table are worth fighting for and she will do all in her power to see that accomplished! ______________________________________________________________________________________________   Peter says this, ‘In this 5th segment of my interview with Adele, […]

i Am Queer & An American Citizen

July 19, 2011

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This poem i wrote this in my Women’s Healing Arts Poetry class and was inspired by Langston Hughes poem, ‘I, Too, Sing America’. i Am Queer & An American Citizen by Adele Sakler i am an American citizen. i am the queer citizen. They tell me i’m a 2nd-class citizen by the way they take […]

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Bi The Way

December 14, 2010

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Bi The Way BY Rachel McAdams “I’m glad you aren’t gay anymore. I like you better straight.” I wish I could say this was something I never heard. I heard it once when I was 17. I heard it again when I was 21. I heard it when I was 24. I’m pretty sure I […]

Spirit Day

October 20, 2010

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In memory of the recent suicide victims as a result of ANTI-GAY BULLYING, which MUST STOP!  

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Bulletproof Faith: A Review

October 19, 2010

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She is not the other side of the issue! The woman had approached our group, about twenty of us, as we held a silent vigil outside a concert hall in Columbia, South Carolina.  She began to yell at us, wagging her finger, one hand on her hip. “God hates you!” she cried at the top […]

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