Iamananorak12 karma2015-10-29 17:12:50 UTC
What are some books on etymology that you would recommend? I adore your show, by the way!!
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Iamananorak12 karma2020-12-25 02:17:41 UTC
Have you heard of r/radicalchristianity? It’s a fantastic sub!
Iamananorak6 karma2020-07-25 20:50:30 UTC
I was raised in a very conservative environment, and questions about sex were often mediated by the church. Indeed, I remember one "fun" saturday morning in fifth grade when I was forced to attend a church seminar on puberty, purity, and "God's plan for my sexuality." Because much of my sexual education happened through a homophobic church and a heteronormative public school system, the advice given in these classes grew useless as I realized that I was gay.
My question is, how should I open up a dialog about queer sexuality with my future children, and does your program offer a way to do that? There's more to sex than just mommies and daddies making babies, but even many progressive frameworks don't take LGBT identities into account.
Iamananorak2 karma2020-09-15 14:07:54 UTC
Do you think that this rather milquetoast statement will actually manifest in any positive change, or are you just deluding yourselves?
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