Richmond, Virginia just came out. On Richmondisout.com, the city writes to Atlanta, Boston, DC, and Ellen DeGeneres to say “I’m gay” with variations on common coming out themes: This isn’t a phase. I’ve known for awhile. Please visit, let’s talk.
No Apologizing One of my friends and ministers speaks a lot about feminism and her experience in seminary during a time in which women just didn’t do that sort of thing. She speaks with clarity about the many experiences she
Paradox I have recently watched a video clip of Jada Pinkett-Smith respond to a question her daughter, Willow, asked regarding being a wife, a mother… and so much more. Pinkett-Smith mentioned the challenges and rewards of fulfilling her numerous roles
This summer a video that recorded the experience of a young man coming out to his family went viral on YouTube. I encourage everyone to watch the video, recognizing that the material is tense and becomes violent. For some of
I very much appreciate the invitation to contribute a reflection in celebration of National Coming Out Day 2014, perhaps especially so since I followed last year’s series with both interest and benefit. For those who missed it, by dint of
Dear Members of the Divinity School Community, In line with the Divinity School’s continued commitment to collaborative diversity, the offices of the Dean and Dean of Students, along with the Divinity School’s Diversity Committee (a sub-committee of the faculty’s Academic