Category Archives: Feminism

Why The Bible DOES NOT Forbid Homosexuality

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I want to dedicate this post to Dr. Kevin Neuhouser, my friend and mentor, who one day told me never to read the Bible like a fundamentalist because so many liberal LGB/TQqi-friendly Christians do, and he totally gave me the … Continue reading

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The Revolution Will Not Serve Budweiser

This poem is dedicated to my friend Rob Zifchak who is currently 14 months sober and going strong.  Rob, your strength to stay clean inspires me to keep true to my self.  Thanks for your friendship.   Well, hello attractive … Continue reading

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A Brief Trip Into Anarcha-Feminism: How I Became A Christian Anarchist Part V

I could hardly say I grew up “Feminist”. Nevertheless, feminist movement and theory played a major role in my life. This part will be short and not nearly as personal. It stands very prominently for me. Like Robert Jensen, a … Continue reading

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Dreamgirls and the Subjection of People Through Strip Clubs Revised and Expanded.

For all of you Seattle folks, I imagine you are like me. You are sick and tired of seeing “Dreamgirls” signs atop taxi cabs all around the city. They shine at night, illuminating giant pink letters over the top of … Continue reading

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Dreamgirls and The Subjection of People Through Strip Clubs

For all of you Seattle folks, I imagine you are like me.  You are sick and tired of seeing “Dreamgirls” signs atop taxi cabs all around the city.  They shine at night, illuminating giant pink letters over the top of … Continue reading

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G-d Is Not a Woman, but We Can Call Her One

To all .25 people who might read this post, I am at my parents’ house right now taking a much needed weekend from the intensity of Drift Creek Camp.  I hope all is well, and here is a reflection on … Continue reading

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Mennonites, Pacifism, and Patriarchy

One of the reasons I decided to join the Mennonite Church was its emphasis on peaceableness.  More than the Evangelical Friends Church which I grew up in who focus on traditional evangelism which relies more on apologetics than action, the … Continue reading

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