While we see visionary and consecrated people serving well through the inherited forms, we can also see their limits.
We need to remember that while we workout our exteriors, our interiors also need to be watered and cared for.
While the LGBT community is benefiting from increasing financial prosperity and legal recognition, many economic challenges hit us harder than they do for straight citizens.
There are certain quotes that hold more significance to us than one reason or another. They strike a deep and meaningful chord and touch us.
On January 14, 2016, the Anglican Communion suspended its American branch, the Episcopal Church, from voting and decision making in the global Angli...
In this situation as in so many others, gay people are serving as poster children -- if not scapegoats -- for other anxieties. In this case it's the status of biblical scholarship and cultural criticism.
After 20 years of negotiations, a solution seems to be within reach. Italy should be able to avoid further condemnation by the European Court of Human Rights, which has asked the country to legally recognize same-sex couples.
By Jake Breslauer with permission from Satirical Nonsense In 2016 we will be electing a new President, which means for the next year, fellow libera...
Schadenfreude is a wonderful German word, meaning to pretend to be saddened by another's misfortune while secretly rejoicing in it. It is a specialty ...
What's been less noted is how the religious right, another force behind Cruz, would have responded if it knew at the time that Cruz was taking a loan from a company that had helped make marriage equality a reality.
This MLK holiday reminds me how Alabama has always been a troubling state when it comes to upholding the civil rights of its denizens.
They are the final stop. It isn't until we have dated all the wrong guys, that we can truly see him. He is the guy that deserves for us to fully get the kinks out before occupying the spaces of his heart.
If there is a President Rubio or Cruz, then the right of same-sex couples to marry and the new right of equal dignity might not survive. Comments by presidential candidates about issues like same-sex marriage should be taken very seriously and not summarily dismissed.
As the leaders of the global Anglican Communion converge in Canterbury this week for a week-long meeting, the number one concern for 80 million Anglicans worldwide is whether the church will have a major schism over same-sex unions.
As a country, we need targeted public service announcements, op-eds, and human rights workers to draw the problem of LGBT youth homelessness out of the closet, and into the light.
The irony is that the plethora of choices is making our head spin, and giving us an even harder time making or sticking to a decision. We are in a constant state of anxiety where we never know if we are doing our best or having the best that we should and must have.