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A Tale of Three Bishops

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 04.18.2014 | Religion
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

No matter how many times someone stands up with blood on their hands and says, "I massacred this Christian because you allow two people of the same gender to marry each other," it does not make it true.

Poverty Grinds Down LGBT Equality

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 03.17.2014 | Gay Voices
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

With so many LGBT people suffering from income inequality, poverty is an LGBT concern. Marriage equality brings a landslide of privileges and economic benefits to a family -- but if the family is living on minimum wage, they probably cannot even afford a marriage license.

Human Rights Day -- A Day to Do Something

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 02.10.2014 | Gay Voices
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

In the wake of Human Rights Day and Nelson Mandela's state funeral, it is more clear than ever that we are all called to be our higher selves. We are called to believe and act like our lives make a difference.

Testing for HIV/AIDS During Advent

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 02.03.2014 | Religion
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

World AIDS Day, at the beginning of every December, is a reminder for Christians across the world who mark this same time as Advent -- when we await a child who will save us. This year, and every year, we must be the people of faith who save the children all across the world.

A Methodist Inquisition

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 01.25.2014 | Religion
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

One more United Methodist minister, the Rev. Frank Schaefer, was convicted of performing a marriage of a loving same-gender couple -- his son and his son's beloved.

Know Your LGBT History: France's Big Move And 2 Other Events On October 6

The Huffington Post | James Nichols | Posted 11.07.2013 | Gay Voices

In conjunction with the celebration of October as LGBT History Month, The Huffington Post will be providing you with "Know Your LGBT History" updates!...

The Room Is Crooked: NW Indiana Activist Group Breaks Ground With Racism Panel

Shaan Michael Wade | Posted 07.31.2013 | Gay Voices
Shaan Michael Wade

At the church entrance, a table with rainbow cloth draped over it was the home of various MCC-related pamphlets, business cards, and a bowl of condoms. (Clearly I attended the wrong churches as a child.)

Sex, God, Race, And AIDS

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 09.25.2012 | Gay Voices
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

As African Americans get infected with HIV and die at shocking rates, we must all take stock, assess, and act. White LGBT people must intentionally break racial barriers that create de facto segregation. Worship together, socialize together, serve together, and be honest together.

PHOTOS: Farming On Church's Roof Provides Food For A Hungry Community

Posted 04.22.2012 | Religion

In 1984, Rev. Gene Bolin prayed over his church's newly purchased building in a distressed neighborhood in New York City. “God,” the pastor petit...

LGBT-Inclusive Christians Honor Frank Kameny's Fight For Gay Rights

Joseph Ward III | Posted 01.16.2012 | Religion
Joseph Ward III

Before the New York City riots at Stonewall Inn launched the gay civil rights movement, there was Dr. Frank Kameny.

MCC supports 'We Do! Methodists Living Marriage Equality'

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 12.26.2011 | Gay Voices
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

Metropolitan Community Churches are proud to support the 800-plus Methodist clergy and laity in New York and Connecticut who are vowing to perform sam...

Gay Weddings and 32 Funerals: Remembering the UpStairs Lounge Fire

Erik Ose | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Erik Ose

To fully understand recent events, it's important to remember a tragedy that happened thirty-five years ago, and how much things have changed for gays and lesbians since then.

Hey, Supreme Court Justices, Same-Gender Marriages Are Not Experiments!

Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson | Posted 05.30.2013 | Gay Voices
Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson

Forty years ago I came out as lesbian and discovered Metropolitan Community Church (MCC). I met couples who had been together for 40 or 50 years who had lived through difficult times of government intrusion on personal privacy.