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Is an opulent gay wedding really progress?

(This is from my quakerqueeries.blogspot.com posting):  Last night a friend was telling me that one of his colleagues – a gay man – just pr…

Started by Brad Ogilvie

15 1st month 25, 2020
Reply by Matthew Callow

How to open conversation?

There are many Friends in our Meeting who have no frame of reference as to homosexuality. They are of a generation and/or upbringing in whi…

Started by Elisabeth Elliot

7 2nd month 28, 2015
Reply by Robben Wainer

Straight Spouse

Dear Fellow LGBT I have had to check my scruples for self acceptance, when somehow idealizing being in a gay marriage. You see I have been…

Started by Robben Wainer

2 2nd month 28, 2015
Reply by Robben Wainer

The LGBT Papacy

The interesting relationship between Quakers and the non conformity to the Papacy raises an interesting LGBT issue. As many parts of Europe…

Started by Robben Wainer

0 2nd month 25, 2015

A simple expression of gratitude...

Hello, F(f)riends! I just wanted to take a moment to say that I am humbled by, and grateful for the doors that have recently opened to me i…

Started by Sel Stoll

1 2nd month 22, 2015
Reply by Robben Wainer

"Open and Affirming" is not the same as "Reconciliation and Forgiveness"

Is it enough for those Meetings that are welcoming congregations to the glbt community to leave it at that? When we welcome people who have…

Started by Brad Ogilvie

2 2nd month 22, 2015
Reply by Robben Wainer

gays and the Ohio yearly meeting

does anyone know if the Ohio yearly meeting and its monthly meetings are accepting of gays in their meeting and will they accept us as memb…

Started by Elzie Simons

16 10th month 4, 2011
Reply by Joseph Stalnaker

Does this group require a certain view of sexuality, or is it open to discussion?

I just wanted to ask, is this group intended as a place for Friends to discuss issues related to sexuality and share a variety of perspecti…

Started by Geoffrey Gilmore

5 11th month 26, 2010
Reply by Cotswold Quaker

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