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Re-coming out checklist

August 30, 2011

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So now that I’ve realized it’s ok to be gay, I have to go and  “re-come out” to my family and friends. So on the checklist are my Dad, Mom, Brother & his wife, and sister & her husband. I feel like after I tell all of them, I’ll tell my dad’s side at our […]

Favorite LGBT Movies

August 25, 2011

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I feel like there are a lot of these lists out there. When I accepted that being gay wasn’t a sin, I went a little crazy and watched every and any LGBT movie I could find. Some good ones: Prayers for Bobby – The journey of a Christian mother to acceptance after her gay son commits […]

Abuse… from those who know, and those who don’t

August 18, 2011

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So I haven’t really told any of my family yet about the huge change I’ve had. It was only in May that I sorta looked into gay theology and found way more depth than I expected (I admit that I was a really fundamentalist conservative Christian who looked with suspicion upon all them “liberals”). Anyways, […]

Equality U – Watch the Documentary Film for Free | Watch Free Documentaries Online | SnagFilms

August 12, 2011

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Equality U – Watch the Documentary Film for Free | Watch Free Documentaries Online | SnagFilms. This website (SnagFilms) has lots of free documentaries. As a gay Christian, I really enjoyed this particular documentary about Soulfource, a group of gay civil rights activists who visited Christian universities with policies that discriminate against their homosexual students. […]

New Page – Videos

August 10, 2011

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As you can see on the tab up there, I have added some videos. Right now it just links to my YouTube account. You can find inspirational videos there- LGBT videos, gay Christian videos, and videos from straight supporters. I might put some movies later, but for now it will just link to my YouTube […]

So I’m queer. Now what?

August 7, 2011

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As a gay in Columbus, OH who doesn’t like to drink a lot, and couldn’t dance to save his life, I feel very isolated from the LGBT Community. I went to a hangout at Stonewall today, and that was fun, but I began to feel today as if I have already missed my chance. It […]