In case of rapture, please disregard.Welcome. Here I work out the words that help me make sense of life. You'll find thoughts on faith & sexuality, writing fiction, and a travel diary, for starters. The author is a male human being in San Diego who happens to be gay, chooses to be Christian, and suffers from a lack of dance skills - but never a lack of dancing.
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
I gave money to a campaign for a billboard in Charlotte, NC. The billboard is a message from my church here in San Diego – an apology for the actions of people who denied marriage rights to LGBT people by … Continue reading
Today I am 30 years of age. Three decades of living, sleeping, sucking in air, digesting food, expending energy, and using up resources. Nothing significant – a breath, a puff, a wisp. A mere dot on the infinite spectrum of … Continue reading
Oh, to have a faith like that of Mr. Frederick Douglass. This quote is attributed to him on December 7, 1890. I have seen dark hours in my life, and I have seen the darkness gradually disappearing, and the light gradually … Continue reading
A Fate Worse than Gay: Why It’s Harder to Admit the Bible Isn’t My North Star My Catholic (and former Catholic) friends often talk about the cycle of guilt that their tradition instilled in them as children. Among those who … Continue reading