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Remembering Matthew Shepard 

(December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998) Mathew Shepard died on October 12th, 1998 at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado – six days after a homophobic attack that took place on October 6th, 1998 – and left to die at Laramie, with heavy brain injuries in Wyoming, U.S.A. His injuries were so severe… Continue reading Remembering Matthew Shepard 

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Among Christians there shall be neither male nor female’s 

@JoschKjK talks about a remarkable service that took place in Germany on Human rights day, probably paving the way for more exceptance in the Christian Church for gender and sexual diversity.  On Saturday 10th December it was International Human Rights Day, which we remember the ideals stated in the 1948 UN Declaration, Article 1:  All… Continue reading Among Christians there shall be neither male nor female’s 

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​Poetry As A Form Of Therapy

By @Aunty_Vicki Have you ever been though traumatic event?  I have, several in fact. Initially I was offered traditional counselling for several months. Rather than explore the details of the events, the article below aims to educate others with some of the things I learnt along the way to recovery. Traditional counselling as I understood… Continue reading ​Poetry As A Form Of Therapy

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Being gay and Christian.

  By I Markphilip @IMarkphilip Without doubt people who fall within the rainbow family often apear to seach for some spiritual reasoning or explanation that fully justifies the fact that they are not ‘freaks’. Greater percentage of the lgbt community, mostly youths, seem unhappy or unsatisfied in being themselves , not only because of the failed acceptance from… Continue reading Being gay and Christian.