By Rev. Irene Monroe | Dec 19
For the past decade now, when this holiday season rolls around we can always count on a yearly kerfuffle from someone from the Right--the continuing war on Christmas.
By | Dec 11
As the world mourns the passing of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela--who was oftentimes affectionately referred to by his Xhosa clan name "Madiba, or as Tata ("Father")--I, too, like some many LGBTQ activists across the globe, give thanks for his unwavering support on behalf of our civil rights.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Dec 5
Dec. 1 was World AIDS Day!
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Nov 26
As I prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, I am reminded of the autumnal harvest time's spiritual significance.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Nov 21
Alec Baldwin--yes; Tracy Morgan and Isaiah Washington--no
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Nov 14
In 2013, the reality that Rev. Frank Schaefer, pastor at Zion United Methodist Church of Iona in Pennsylvania, will be forced to stand trial on Nov. 18th for officiating his sonâ€™s 2007 same-sex nuptials is not only wrong-headed -- it is also wrong-hearted.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Nov 6
The one thing you don't expect to see in any of the Bible Belt states (where most have amended their constitutions to define marriage between one man and one woman) is an organization promoting polyamory.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Oct 31
As Kwanzaa is a black holiday, and St. Patrick's Day is an Irish holiday, Halloween should officially be acknowledged as a gay holiday.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Oct 24
Many of us know of stories of unrequited love.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Oct 9
There are numerous hagiographies on the Matthew Shepard murder. Twenty years after Shepard's murder, theyâ€™re being challenged. Are we ready for the tale investigative journalist Stephen Jimenez, himself gay, spins?