Browsing All posts tagged under »Discrimination«

Bi The Way

December 14, 2010


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 […]

What I learned from George…

February 15, 2010


What I learned from George… BY Thomas Mathie AKA Headphonaught About 6 years ago I worked with a chap called George.  I only worked with him for a short time but in that time he taught me a valuable lesson that I wanted to share on Queermergent. At the same time, about 6 years ago, […]

Ugandan Homosexuality Bill

December 11, 2009


Hello Outlaws … it’s Pastor Nar. I am in the process of recording an episode of the Losing My Religion podcast that speaks directly to the Ugandan Homosexuality Bill. I am asking all Outlaws to add their voice – literally – against this human rights atrocity. All you have to do is call my Google […]

Lisa Larges’ Scruples

November 16, 2009


If you have not already heard, Lisa Larges, an openly gay woman, was FINALLY ordained approved for  ordination in San Francisco in the Presbyterian Church after 20 years. Afterward, a woman, who disagrees with her ordination, received enough signatures that can delay her actual ordination another 18 months. WHY anyone puts up with this shit […]

on covananted same gender relationships

July 29, 2009


on covananted same gender relationships BY Drew Tatusko Originally Posted at Notes From Off Center on July 28, 2009 The Civil Union and Christian Marriage Committee of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has asked for responses pursuant to their mandate to study “the history of the laws governing marriage and civil union, including current policy debates; […]

Gay as Post-Orthodox? Who do they think they are kidding!

July 27, 2009


Gay as Post-Orthodox?  Who do they think they are kidding! By Queerbrit To the dismay of many, we are now seeing a reaction against progressive expressions of Christianity that seek to be inclusive.  New alliances are building up in many church traditions including Anglicanism.  Last week Bishop Nazar Ali, the Anglican Bishop of Rochester of […]

From Homophobe to Straight Ally – Part 3

March 24, 2009


From Homophobe to Straight Ally – Part 3 BY Hugh Hollowell This is the third post in a four part series in which Hugh Hollowell shares his journey from homophobe to straight ally. We will publish one part of his story each week, so you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed so you […]