Poly is a Gateway Drug

 Posted by on December 13, 2010
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Poly is a Gateway Drug

By Katie Diamond

This past Thanksgiving weekend, I got to spend time with one of my oldest friends. We got together at my parents’ house, and determined that we needed to relocate some place cozy and alcohol related. In the suburban depths of South Florida, we could find the alcohol, but not really the cozy

The Scandal of the Incarnation

 Posted by on November 18, 2010
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By CK Persons

The Catholic Church is no stranger to scandal as the sexual abuse crisis makes abundantly clear. But the most scandalous thing about Catholicism – and this is not to minimize the horrible effects of sexual and power abuse — is the Incarnation

Sex education (or lack of) in my youth

 Posted by on November 9, 2010
Nov 092010

By Princess Kali

I remember the only sex-ed class I was given, which was in the 6th grade, at the rural school I attended as one of the few white students along with mostly Hispanic migrant children. We were grouped in with the 7th and 8th graders and still didn’t total more than 25 all together

Sexually Free vs. Promiscuous

 Posted by on October 21, 2010
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by TM Bernard

From a spiritual perspective, sexuality is more than just opening our bedroom to a variety of experiences, partners and practices. As I understand it (and to be clear, I consider myself a student, not a teacher), sacred sexuality comes with a lot more responsibility, and requires that we make our choices consciously and with consideration for everyone involved.