Important voices communicating and teaching on the integration of spirituality and sexuality.
Isaac Archuleta is a Queer therapist. Find him at .
Isaac Archuleta added 23 Sep 2020.
Farley, Margaret A.
Margaret A. Farley and author of Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics (paid link)*, which I highly recommend for those of you with an academic bent–or just want a more thorough grounding in the conversations around Christian sexual ethics. For more about MArgaret Farley and her troubles with the Vatican, check out her Wikipedia page at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Farley.
Margaret A. Farley added 19 Oct 2020.
Kevin Garcia added 01 Sep 2020.
Austen Hartke added 01 Sep 2020.
Kearns, Shannon (Fr. Shay)
Fr. Shay (The Rev. Shannon Kearns) is a transman priest, playwright and co-founder of the Queer Theology community.
Fr. Shay added 01 Sep 2020.
Justin Lee is the author of Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gay vs. Christian Debate and founder of The Gay Christian Network, which subsequently became the Q Christian Fellowship.
Justin Lee added 01 Sep 2020.
Murphy, Brian G.
Brian G. Murphy is a Queer writer, relationship coach and co-founder of the Queer Theology community. His specialties are dating and new relationships, open relationships and polyamory, and sexuality and spirituality. Find him at Queer Theology or Brian Murphy.
Brian G. Murphy added 01 Sep 2020. Source: briangerald.com, accessed 11 Sep 2020.
Peggy Orenstein is an author who wrote the groundbreaking book Boys & Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity. Check out her website which has tons of resources at peggyorenstein.com.
Peggy Orenstein added 04 Sep 2020.
Esther Perel. Psychotherapist. Author of Mating in Captivity.
Esther Perel added 01 Sep 2020.
Matthias Roberts is a Queer therapist and author working with techniques and strategies to construct a Queer sexual ethics that honors each person’s individuality and heal religious-based sexual shame. Find out more about him at matthiasroberts.com.
Mathias Roberts added 01 Sep 2020.
Brandan Robertson added 01 Sep 2020.
Fr. Richard Rohr, a Franciscan priest has taught me much about the possibilities of integrating my personal sexuality and spirituality.
Fr. Richard Rohr added 01 Sep 2020.
Dan Savage is an author, journalist, pundit, public speaker and sex educator whose sex advice column “Savage Love” changed the landscape (in a positive way) for talking about sex for a generation. Find him hosting the Savage Love podcast at savagelovecast.com.
Dan Savage added 01 Sep 2020.
Sellers, Tina Schermer
Tina Schermer Sellers added 11 Sep 2020. Source: tinaschermersellers.com, accessed 11 Sep 2011 (11:18).
Matthew Vines is a writer, speaker, advocate for LGBTQ marriage rights and founder of The Reformation Project. Vines rocked the Evangelical and Queer worlds in 2012 with his groundbreaking hour long talk “The Gay Debate: The Bible and Homosexuality” and his subsequent book, God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships (paid link)* (Convergent, 2014). As far as I can discern, Vines is the originator of the “good fruits/bad fruits” argument against traditional prohibitions against homosexuality and the subsequent notion that contradicting scriptural dictates that it is not good for the man to be alone (Genesis 2:18) produces bad fruit. Vines maintains that the Biblical writers were ignorant of modern gay, committed, loving relationships. Vines is of additional interest to the debate on gay, Christian sexual ethics because his personal sexual ethic includes (included?) abstaining from sex until marriage even as a gay man. Find him at matthewvines.com.
Matthew Vines added 01 Sep 2020.
Zachary Zane added 19 Oct 2020.
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