In her book “Heretic,” Kadlec chronicles her experience of getting divorced, leaving Christianity and finding a new, more queer, spiritual community.
In today's bulletin: a breakdown of the Hallmark Channel drama, a look inside the anti-abortion playbook, and some thoughts on the evangelical vote in 2024
Texas has filed a bill to make "consenting to gender-affirming care" child abuse. Parents who help their child transition could face prison sentences.
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By now, Dolly Parton’s cultural influence is well documented, told through podcasts, documentaries, memes and just a general gushing of praise. But there are also thousands of stories about Parton’s personal influence.
We’re taking the bulletin international this week to talk about how modesty culture is weaponized and used to imprison and abuse women in Iran. We’ve also gotta talk about a proposed national “don’t say gay” bill, and the most misunderstood organ in the human body, the clitoris.
Ashlee Inscoe, a North Carolina intersex, trans woman has finally received the life-saving gender-affirming care surgery to which she's entitled.
This week’s bulletin on faith, sex, purity culture: Southern Baptist leaders disappoint survivors, STIs soar in U.S.
Georgia trans activist Cazembe Murphy Jackson talks about his abortion as a trans man.
Nearly 50 House Republicans crossed the aisle to pass help pass a bill that would protect same-sex and interracial marriage.
With same-sex marriage now in the crosshairs of some Supreme Court justices, one queer couple in Mobile, Alabama, decided to bring forward their marriage plans by almost 18 months.
There is an increasing divergence between places that can attract, retain and cluster highly educated and skilled workers, and places that can’t. Alabama has struggled.
The Knights and Orchids Society, a Black and trans-led grassroots nonprofit connecting Black LGBTQ+ adults and youth to vital services in Alabama, talks about how Black trans joy sustains their movement work.
Violet Valley Books, Mississippi's only LGBTQ+ and feminist bookstore, is operated by Jaime Harker
The war in Ukraine has seen approximately 12 million Ukrainians displaced from their homes, with 5.6 million leaving for neighboring countries. The evacuation is the largest displacement of people in Europe since World War II. While most will likely remain in Poland and some of the other 27 European Union countries, at least 100,000 are expected to arrive in the United States at some point.