Rock your Queer Theology pride and let that street corner preacher know he doesn’t have a lock on the good news! Get yours today (just click the shirt).
Sheldon is my spirit animal
"I spent like 10 years of my life pretending to fly around on a broomstick and you’re asking me if preparing for a love scene was ‘tricky’ because the other person also had a penis?"
The guy Sheldon accidentally propositions is actually his IRL boyfriend. I could barely contain my glee.
thATS JUST SO CUTE
Except this is his IRL husband…
Yayyyy! The We Are the Youth book has arrived! To read the individual stories of LGBTQ youth order your copy today!
This is looks really cool! (also, Legalize Trans* :))
I had my most-fun-ever Pride this year marching with the staff, clients, and supporters of Harlem United. I <3 everything about my job. Here’s a video I made documenting the experience (complete with cliché “Happy” soundtrack)
Hi Brian, I am a 21yo guy with a religious background. I think/know I'm gay but because of my religious background/nurture I have difficulties accepting it... When were you absolutely sure you were gay? And how did you cope with your homosexuality and faith? Thank you for your time! Love to hear from you. ;)
Hey there, thanks for asking!
I think I started figuring out that I was attracted to guys in middle school but wasn’t “sure” of it until high school when I (secretly) fell in love with my best friend. I didn’t come out until after my freshman year of college and if I’m honest with myself it probably wasn’t until my senior year of college that I really truly with all my heart felt for sure that it’s not only OK to be queer but a good thing… and that it’s a bad thing to stand in the way of LGBTQ living into their full selves. Over the course of that process, I realized that sometimes I’m attracted to women and folks of other genders too… and that’s OK too :)
I started queertheology.com with my friend Fr. Shannon Kearns to put out the sort of resources we so desperately wanted and needed along our own journeys: ones that were unapologetically Christian and also unapologetically queer.
Loving this shirt from Legalize Trans*: “Some people are trans*, get over it.” Modeled by Zak pretending he’s in a photo shoot for an album cover.