Religious Bigotry

By Thomas Ehnert There are three things in my life I am more ashamed of than anything else. The first is that I, a gay twenty-year-old man, shunned my cousin when she came out, along […]

Mary Lambert’s Compassion, From “Same Love” to “Heart On My Sleeve”

“Same Love”: the song that took the airwaves by storm and resulted in a mass wedding (featuring many same-sex couples!) on live TV during a little event known as The Grammys. No one involved in […]

10.09.14 Human Rights Campaign Vigil: Pray, Listen, Discern Raising the Voices of LGBT Catholics St Paul MN


Crowdfund Roundup Vol. 2

Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.  In return for their contributions, donors will receive […]

Faith is Not a Fig Leaf for Discrimination

by Javen Swanson Just days before the end of the Minnesota Legislature’s 2013 session, the fate of a bill granting same-sex couples the freedom to marry was far from certain. Minnesotans United staff were furiously […]

Spirituality & Pride

by Thomas Ehnert It was Pridefest, 2011. I was walking home from work and could hear the thud, thud, thud of the music coming from what my friends simply called “Pride.” Unlike my friends, I […]

Worship: Walking the Talk: Local Churches Embrace New Ministers

GLBT Christians in the Twin Cities area will discover that many churches are opening their doors to our community like never before.  Recently, three large congregations have called openly gay men to serve as their […]

A Word In Edgewise: Tips For The Holiday Season

Christians dining out are reported justifying stiffing wait-staff by declaring their church tithing excuses them, leaving tracts or even a faux $10 bill that opens into religious cant, in lieu of tips. Others refuse to tip anyone […]

Events Addressing Homophobia in Uganda Galvanize Local Support

Hosts: All God’s Children / Wingspan / Out Twin Cities Film Festival The often bloody crusade in Uganda against GLBT people in Uganda by right wing politicians there, and influenced by right wing religious leaders in […]

A Word In Edgewise: Where There Is Love, There Is Life

Since August, I’ve been vicariously enjoying, via e-mail and FaceBook, the burgeoning same- sex marriages around the Twin Cities. Saturday, October 12, I was honored to attend the nuptials of two dear friends. They’ve been together over […]

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