LGBTQ Health

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The Discomfort of Change | Maij Vu Mai

by CLGSAdminy1

As someone who lives with clinical depression, I was MORE than excited for the onset of Spring. By the time March rolled around, I was begging for Spring to come. I couldn’t wait for the sun to stay out for longer periods of time, for the temperatures to rise and melt away the deep cold […]

Trans Youth and the Battle for Affirming Care

by CLGSAdminy1

As the world started to experience the devastating impact of the global pandemic in 2020, there was more than just a virus stirring throughout this nation. Prior to that year, healthcare bans for trans people weren’t even a blip on the radar of political action. Today, currently about 90 bills are being pushed by lawmakers […]

Our 2022-2023 Lavender Lunch Series!

by Bernard Schlager

The CLGS 2022-2023 ONLINE Lavender Lunch Series Tuesday, 13 September 2022 | 12:15pm (Pacific Time) | ONLINE Decolonizing Spiritual/Faith-Based Exploration and Formation Maij Mai In this online CLGS Lavender Lunch Maij Mai, Coordinator of the CLGS Asian American/Pacific Islander Roundtable, explores what possibilities can exist when cultivating spiritual/faith-based exploration and formation spaces, particularly for marginalized communities […]

A World AIDS Day Reflection by Rev. Roland Stringfellow, DMin

by CLGSAdminy1

1 December 2021 As we head toward the end of another year living with the Coronavirus, the fear, concern, and caution that we all have grown accustomed to is becoming engrained in our normal daily lives.  Talk about the leftovers from Thanksgiving! Many of us are dealing with the leftovers from the “4 P’s” of […]

CLGS Marks World AIDS Day 2021: 1 December

by CLGSAdminy1

At The Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion, we believe in the United Nations theme for this World AIDS Day: End Inequalities. End AIDS. We affirm the rights of all people to equitable access to health care so that everyone might live with healthy bodies, minds, and spirits. Today, we remember the 37.7 […]

52 Ways #21: Feed Hungry People, Including Hungry LGBTQ People

by CLGSAdminy1

Despite the stereotypes of rich white gay men, the reality is that LGBTQ people—as a result of systemic oppression—are more likely than heterosexuals to live in poverty and, therefore, to be food insecure.  This is especially true for people of color who face racism in addition to anti-LGBTQ attitudes, the young and the old, transgender […]