I Am More Than My Sexuality

(by Peggy) If you haven’t already heard, actress Cynthia Nixon recently caused a big stir within the GLBT community. A few weeks ago she publicly said that being gay was a choice for her. Yikes — not exactly what her … Continue reading →

So What, Exactly, is Marriage?

(by Stephen) We live in a time and place of unprecedented claims of the right to privacy. Typically included in this notion of privacy is the idea that sexual acts are purely private matters, the business of nobody but the … Continue reading →

Promises of Marriage and the Self

(by Stephen) If marriage is nothing more than love + commitment, it is inexplicable how our laws about marriage—and most importantly, our public ceremonies of marriage—ever came to pass. The expectation that marriage is sexually exclusive and faithful, not to … Continue reading →

The Point is Holiness

(by Peggy) This past Thanksgiving marked a significant milestone in my life. I have been out my same-sex relationship for 11 years, which is longer than I had been in it. If I were to tell you that the last … Continue reading →

I Decided to Fit My Life into God’s

(by Peggy) A while ago I attended a film debut hosted by “Catholics for Marriage Equality MN.” They created a series of five vignettes of faith, family and marriage from the perspective of the GLBT community and supportive family members. … Continue reading →