Religion’s relationship with sexuality is precarious, to say the least, but does God accept us regardless of our orientation? How about religion? This week, we discuss faith, religion, sexuality and community with Kathy Baldock, an expert on the historical religious discrimination against members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Everyone deserves to live an abuse-free life. Listen to my interview on American Cafe — a podcast from Voice of America — where I talk about the recent revelations in the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal with host David Byrd.
Religion has a lot to say about sex, but the big question is whether or not God wants us to have fun in the bedroom. This week Steven and Jackie talk about religion, many of its rules about sexuality, whether those rules are reasonable, and how our own sex lives are intertwined with our beliefs.
Research proves abstinence-only sex education doesn’t work and can be downright dangerous but Congress continues to fund it anyway.
Did you hear about the Nashville Statement? If not, you’re lucky. If you did, you’ll likely recall it as a sweeping 14-Article manifesto that pretty much placed every member of society who does NOT fall into Camp Evangelical into Camp You’re Going to Hell.
For Millennia, religious doctrine has been telling us “thou shalt not” when it comes to sexuality, instead of prescribing healthy ways that sexuality and spirituality can coexist.