I'm just looking around at the interesting things... queer theory, identity politics, of course--but also pop culture, relationship diversity, documentary, faith, humor, cartoons, other kinds of art, and the rest of it
White, physically abled, medical diagnosis of depression, self diagnosed social deficit
Living in NYC aspiring to do something important, meantime working at SweetGreen, the agent of gentrification coming to willyburg soon (ack)
Bisexual, agender, DFAB
nothing like a little facebook heterosexism callout followed by misogynist gaslighting shutdown followed by...
if there is any sort of like Higher Reason I came to New York it was to meet these people and bring them together and be here on...
"where’s my christian grey????” hopefully locked up in prison
I’m waiting for an organization to reply to my application like “what made you think you were qualified for this we’re a little insulted that you even inquired”
One thing that I always want out of a church or church camp is the ability to ask questions, but also be able to answer them on my own. When people don’t ask questions you never grow in your faith. Letting one person stand up on a podium and tell me what I should believe is not the way i see church and camp. They should both be environments where we ask questions, develop in our faith, share our thoughts and beliefs, and accept each other even when we don’t believe the same thing. Luckily I am part of a church and a camp that does it already and I am grateful for that.