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Changing Stories

April 27, 2009


Changing Stories BY Padraig When I was eleven years old I remember being asked a question that left me with the feeling of being trapped… damned if I did and damned if I didn’t. The trap involved linguistics… tricky linguistics to an eleven year old. “Are you a homosapien or a homosexual?” was the question. […]

The Art of Love – One Son’s Story

April 20, 2009


The Art of Love – One Son’s Story BY Nick I think I knew I was gay for sure around my junior or senior year of high school. I use the word “think” because I had doubts and I tried to tell myself something different for years.  I kept it a secret and tried to […]

Choosing Love – One Mom’s Story

April 13, 2009


Choosing Love – One Mom’s Story By Liz Nick is my first born, and when I held him in my arms for the first time I discovered a love inside of me that was stronger, gentler and more fragile than I could have ever imagined.  He has always been a good son.   His love for […]

Family As Idol In Conservative Christianity

April 6, 2009


Family As Idol In Conservative Christianity By Queerbrit The one thing I have never understood, is why conservative Christians always start with the nuclear family as the building block of a Christianised society.  Further, that faith in practice must essentially protect traditional interpretations of gender roles.  Where did this all come from?  It certainly did […]