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UPDATED LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities: In English & Spanish!

LGBTQ+ Latinx Health Guide on HIV/AIDS for Faith Communities A New Bilingual Resource from The CLGS Latinx Roundtable | Fe, Familia, Igualdad This guide, the newest resource created by the CLGS Latinx Roundtable, includes information on HIV/AIDS and how it has an impact on Latinx persons, families, and faith communities. In addition, this resource – […]

52 Ways #39: Celebrate & Include Transgender People!

Your congregation may have made the decision to welcome people of all sexual orientations before there was a significant awareness about including gender identity. You may have already talked about and worked on including gay, lesbian and bisexual people, but not transgender people.  Now is a great time to revisit those conversations and expand your […]

Queerying Pre-Marital Counseling with Manuel Frank-Lampon and Carla Roland: An Online CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation

Two Wedding Rings Against Rainbow-Colored Hearts

Click here for a video recording of this CLGS Queer & Latinx Faith Conversation! Sixteen months after his marriage to his partner Rich, Manuel Frank-Lampon reflects with Rev. Dr. Carla Roland Guzmán, Coordinator of the CLGS Latinx Roundtable, upon his participation in – and experience of – pre-marital counseling. In this online conversation (the first in […]

52 Ways #38: Restrooms Available for All!

Let’s face it: everyone needs to use the restroom.  You can make your congregation more welcoming by providing non-gendered restroom spaces. These make an important statement about your openness to transgender and gender non-conforming people. Studies have shown that transgender people face significant harassment and violence in public restrooms; you can counter that by providing […]

The Queernesses of Jewish Heresy: Sabbetai Zevi, Jacob Frank, and the Eros of Hasidism with Rabbi Dr. Jay Michaelson and Professor Naomi Seidman. A CLGS Jewish Queeries Series Event

Click here to view a video recording of this CLGS Jewish Queeries Series event! From the 17th to 19th centuries, European Judaism witnessed an eruption of ecstasy and eros in a series of heretical and quasi-heretical movements beginning with the failed messiahs Sabbetai Zevi (1626-76) and Jacob Frank (1726-1791), and continuing through the ‘domestication’ of […]