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National Coming Out Day is always a bit strained for me. Partially because of my own hangups, and partially because of how “coming out” is framed in a lot of mainstream discussion.
So. Hi. I’ve been gone for a bit. Some of that was because I got a fellowship, and then a job, and was doing more freelance writing. And in the last few months, it’s been because some pretty heavy stuff has been going down in my personal life that has […]
It’s been a while since we checked in on Dinesh D’Souza. What’s he been up to, you ask?
I kept my name when I got married. I refuse to call it my maiden name. It is my name.
The response of Azusa Pacific University to Heath Adam Ackley’s coming out illustrates shifts in how evangelical are engaging the issue of transgender identity.
The Daily Beast published a vile and harmful piece about Chelsea Manning and prison rape. Here’s what we can do about it.
Why arguments conflating mental illness with abuse are dangerous and do a disservice to survivors of abuse and oppression.
Why aren’t trans youth afforded the privacy and protection we claim are the rights of children?
A conversation about blackness, ethnicity, nationality, and identity.
On the sickening refusal of reformed evangelical leaders to hold C.J. Mahaney and Sovereign Grace at all accountable, even as more and more victims come forward with their stories.
If you think being perceived as racist or sexist is worse than actually engaging in racism or sexism, you might be a dudebro.
Being “right” is less important than the effects of what we do.
A few spots on radio shows and podcasts in the past couple weeks that AWH readers might be interested in checking out.