What’s Good in 2019

January 23, 2019 in inQueery

There’s been a lot to get you down in the news lately, and don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of time to talk about that on another day.  But for this post, at least, let’s talk about some things that LGBTQ+ folks and communities can look forward to in 2019!

Not Your Bigot’s Bible: Matthew Vines and the Reclamation of Bible Verse

November 13, 2013 in inQueery

Matthew Vines has dedicated himself to wiping homophobia out of Christian communities. What began as a research project became a call to activism. Watch his speech here as he refutes the Bible verses commonly used to justify prejudice against LGBTQ folks.

A New Exodus?

October 30, 2013 in inQueery

Despite the closure of Exodus International and a public apology delivered by Alan Chambers, the fight against the ex-gay movement is far from over. James Guay weighs in as we assess the current situation and evaluate Chambers’ apology.

Can We Coexist?: Gays and the Church

September 11, 2013 in inQueery

Can religious identities and queer civil rights make peace with one another? InQueery writer Amanda Luna explores the tensions between the two worlds and how they do not necessarily need to exist separately. Keep reading to hear stories from families surrounding their experiences with negotiating these identities and how turning the tide may be possible for our future.

New Laws Spell Disaster for Queers in Russia

July 10, 2013 in inQueery

What’s happening with Gay Rights in Russia!? This week, the lower House of Parliament, the Duma, passed two federal anti-gay legislative bills. The first bill bans the spread of “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations” among minors;. the second law follows banning adoption not only for foreign gay couples but single foreigners from any country where same sex marriage is has been legalized.

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