Monthly Archives: April 2013

You’re my best friend! How can I be homophobic?

Thank you to lesbian.com for running my piece on having a best friend who is homophobic. The piece is a little long, I think, but if you’re interested in reading what it’s like to have a friend who loves you … Continue reading

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I see the good in the bad: less rant, more rave

A couple of weeks ago, I was so angry I ranted here about a blog by a woman who claimed to be fair in her attempt to understand both the Christian and the gay/queer issues in relation to same-sex marriage. … Continue reading

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Once an Agoraphobic – Revisited

Thank you to everyone who read and liked or commented on my essay, “Once an Agoraphobic,” published recently on the “It’s All In Her Head Website,” edited by Laura Andre. For those of you who missed it and are interested, … Continue reading

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