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Named one of the 12 Best LGBTQ Podcasts of 2020 by “O: The Oprah Magazine.” How might we live better as queer people of faith? Matthias Roberts brings together theologians, psychologists, poets, thinkers, and change makers for conversations around belief and being.

Queerology: A Podcast on Belief and Being Matthias Roberts

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Named one of the 12 Best LGBTQ Podcasts of 2020 by “O: The Oprah Magazine.” How might we live better as queer people of faith? Matthias Roberts brings together theologians, psychologists, poets, thinkers, and change makers for conversations around belief and being.

    Everybody Now

    Everybody Now

    People have caused a turning point in the Earth’s natural history. Everybody Now is a podcast that focuses on what it means to be human on the threshold of a global climate emergency, in a time of systemic injustice and runaway pandemics.
    Scientists, activists, farmers, poets, and theologians talk bravely and frankly about how our biosphere is changing, grief and hope in an age of social collapse, mass extinction, and taking action against all odds.
    On October 19, Everybody Now will be released by podcasters all over the world as a collective call for awareness, grief, and loving action. Don’t think about doom, but what you can do about it.
    Topics Discussed:
    Do we need any more reminders? Turning points in Earth’s natural history Tree of Knowledge: Cut down, remains turned into paper, and warnings burned Heaven on Earth: Hopelessly in love with nature but sense of dread and panic Climate Change: High levels of destruction; ecosystems survive or never recover Agricultural Country: Farmers rely on and impacted by climate for growing crops Environmental Movement: Philosophical arguments why climate change matters Biological Annihilation: Dinosaurs to other species, mammals, animals go extinct Pandemics threats continue due to modern living, fossil fuels, human behavior Climate Breakdowns: Uneven and loss of access to human spaces, creatures Capabilities: Change activities, habits, consumption, energy, and people involved Book of Revelation: Misguided general awareness, grief over greenhouse gases Grief vs. Despair: Difference between what will and won’t change Impact on Faith: Life, intelligence, and interaction permeate everything Active vs. Passive Mindset: You can still live, change, and care Higher Emissions: Deliberate or willful ignorance where 50% comes from 10% System of Enemies: Speak to power about practices, assumptions, interests Civil Disobedience: Makes the change and sense when done with compassion Links and Resources:
    Everybody Now Podcast
    Dr. Gail Bradbrook (Scientist and co-founder of Extinction Rebellion)
    Kevin Anderson (Professor of Energy and Climate Change at University of Manchester)
    Dámaris Albuquerque (Agricultural communities in Nicaragua)
    Dr. Rowan Williams (Theologian, poet, and former Archbishop of Canterbury)
    Pádraig Ó Tuama (Poet, theologian, and conflict mediator)
    Rachel Mander (Environmental activist with Hope for the Future)
    John Swales (Priest, activist, and part of a community for marginalised people)
    Zena Kazeme (Persian-Iraqi poet and former refugee)
    Flo Brady (Singer and theatre maker)
    Hannah Malcolm (Anglican ordinand, climate writer, and organizer)
    Alastair McIntosh (Writer, academic, and land rights activist)
    David Benjamin Blower (Musician, poet, and podcaster)
    Tim Nash (Nomad Podcast)
    IPCC Special Report Emissions Scenarios
    Tell the Truth and Ask People to Act Accordingly
    Rising Up!
    World Health Organization (WHO)
    Rachel Carson
    Francis Bacon
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

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    Kyl Myers is Raising Them

    Kyl Myers is Raising Them

    When Dr. Kyl Myers and their husband decided to have a child, they came to an unorthodox decision: they would not assign a gender to their baby. Dr. Kyl teaches the world how to raise children without gender-based shame, expectations, and limitations. Instead, she's an advocate for unconditional love so kids can live vibrant, authentic lives.  
    Kyl is a sociologist, educator, and advocate for Gender Creative Parenting. Her TED talk, Want Gender Equality? Let's Get Creative, encourages people to rethink childhood gender socialization. 
    Kyl’s new book, Raising Them: Our Adventure in Gender Creative Parenting documents their journey raising their child, Zoomer. She is the creator of the Raising Zoomer website & Instagram, a place where kids be kids in an environment where everything is for everyone.  
    Topics Discussed:
    Faith and Religion: Mormonism shaped identity journey—for better and worse Homophobia: Same-sex controversy, no promo homo laws, and conversion Queer Community: Recognizing and finding one’s self is liberating Social Justice: Fight for the underdog and against being ostracized Education: Check your ignorance and think on your own to learn valuable things Love and Marriage: Meet people, make choices, and question family values Gender Creative Parenting: Commit to raising children by supporting diversity Links and Resources:
    Kyl Myers
    Kyl Myers’s TED Talk: Want gender equality? Let's get creative
    Raising Them: Our Adventure in Gender Creative Parenting
    Raising Zoomer
    Raising Zoomer on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

    • 50 分鐘
    Brit Barron Thinks It's Worth It

    Brit Barron Thinks It's Worth It

    Brit Barron is a teacher, speaker, and author of the recently released book, Worth It: Overcome Your Fears and Embrace the Life You Were Made For.
    Brit grew up in an evangelical church and eventually became the pastor of a megachurch at only 26 years old. It was truly too soon to understand herself, her dreams, and her sexuality.
    That is, until Brit met Sami, a woman who changed, saved, and transformed her entire life. Brit decided to leave the church, get married to Sami, and come out. Choosing freedom is always worth it—no matter the cost.
    Currently, Brit and Sami live in Austin, Texas, with their dog, Charles Barkley, and a house filled with plants that they treat like children.
    Topics Discussed:
    Identity: Female, lesbian, kind of tall, kind of Christian, and somebody’s wife Fighter’s Mentality: Pure, true, Christian narrative competes with other options Metaphor: Spring is always coming and new life is being birthed On a Rampage: Remember, more than one thing can be true at the same time Harm, Hard Work, Half Reality: Racist people can still be nice Closeted to Coming Out: Breaking boundaries while wrestling with fear for truth Right or Wrong Choices? Stop or continue to take the next step toward healing Links and Resources:
    Brit Barron
    Brit Barron on Instagram
    Worth It: Overcome Your Fears and Embrace the Life You Were Made For
    Queerology: Brit Barron is Gloriously Queer
    Queerology: Brit & Sami - YAY Packages!
    Richard Rohr’s Center for Action and Contemplation
    Miley Cyrus’s The Climb
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

    • 43 分鐘
    Emily Scott is Dreaming Dreams

    Emily Scott is Dreaming Dreams

    Emily Scott is a church planter and Lutheran pastor who believes Christian practice holds out rich possibilities that call us to reach across boundaries in love, learn through discomfort, and build relationships that bring God's realm close.
    Emily, who identifies as queer and genderqueer, is committed to building communities of faith that dismantle fear and hate, affirm LGBTQ+ people, and confront racial injustice. 
    Currently, Emily serves as the founding pastor of Dreams and Visions, an imaginative spiritual community of restoration that is rooted in the LGBTQ+ community.
    Also, Emily is the author of the recently published book, For All Who Hunger: Searching for Communion in a Shattered World.
    Topics Discussed:
    Identity and Faith: Formed and shaped by privileges and influence of whiteness Threads of Liberation: Bible stories make for constant coming out and emerging Church Culture: Progressive path to walk or follow scripts to shut off yourself Communion: Transcendent/transported expression of faith in God’s presence Dinner Church: Deep symbols of faith bring people together to feast upon Embedded Misogyny: Process and performance of being feminine or masculine What to Wear? Pants, skirts, or whatever feels right and comfortable, not painful Resurrection: Come back in a transformed state and leave behind past versions Links and Resources:
    Emily Scott’s Website
    For All Who Hunger: Searching for Communion in a Shattered World
    Dreams and Visions
    St. Lydia's Dinner Church
    Emily Scott on Instagram
    Emily Scott on Twitter
    Emily Scott on Facebook
    Kinsey Scale
    Queerology: Nadia Bolz-Weber is Trying Compassion
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

    • 40 分鐘
    Andrea Dalzell is The Seated Nurse

    Andrea Dalzell is The Seated Nurse

    Andrea Dalzell was told she could never become a nurse because of her disability. Never tell Andrea what she can and can’t do.
    At five years old, Andrea was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis (TM), a neurological condition that causes paralysis. However, growing up using a wheelchair didn't stop her from pursuing a career in health care.
    Today, Andrea is a registered nurse, disability advocate, and speaker. She studied biology and neuroscience in college to earn an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in nursing (RN, BSN). 
    As the first registered nurse who uses a wheelchair in New York City, thousands of clinicians, caregivers, and wheelchair users follow Andrea’s career pursuits as The Seated Nurse on Instagram.
    Unhidden and unapologetically, Andrea is a queer, black woman with a disability.
    Topics Discussed:
    Faith and Identity: Sometimes shifts or stays stagnate Why me? Why God? Why a diagnosis transforms a person’s life Doctors, Prayers, and Pain: Need to be cured and whole in normal society Special Ed Student: Picked on and scolded because of physical disability My Mom, My Advocate: Disability doesn’t define or determine ability Rage and Rebellion: Going against society when not allowed to be normal Accessibility: Find your voice and strength to ask for help as a human being Why Nursing School? Holistic approach to whole patient, not their diagnosis All About Me to Advocacy Work: People with disabilities want equal opportunities Fake It to Make It: Understand that you’re worthy, deserving, and included Love Yourself: Mental health is what’s most important, so take care of you Links and Resources:
    The Seated Nurse on Instagram
    Transverse Myelitis (TM)
    Ms. Wheelchair NY: ‘Life, Liberty And The Pursuit Of Access’
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Beyond Shame Healing Day Hosted by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

    • 41 分鐘
    Leigh Finke is Queerfully and Wonderfully Made

    Leigh Finke is Queerfully and Wonderfully Made

    Leigh Finke is a writer, producer, and editor from St. Paul, Minnesota. Her work focuses on religion and culture and how both intersect with the lives of queer people.
    She has two new books releasing August 25 titled, Queerfully and Wonderfully Made: A Guide for LGBTQ+ Christian Teens and Welcoming and Affirming: A Guide to Supporting and Working with LGBTQ+ Christian Youth.
    These books are some of the best and most comprehensive resources I've ever seen for LGBTQ+ teens and people of all ages.
    Topics Discussed:
    Christianity as a negative closeting tool Gender concepts Leigh's paradigm shift Queerfully and Wonderfully Made: Your identity is real, valid, and valuable Focusing on spirituality instead. of maintaining faith for others Harmful and toxic religion changing to affirmation and support Doing what’s best for you; coming out is not a necessity   
    Links and Resources:
    Leigh Finke’s Website
    Leigh Finke on Twitter
    Leigh Finke on Facebook
    Queerfully and Wonderfully Made: A Guide for LGBTQ+ Christian Teens
    Welcoming and Affirming: A Guide to Supporting and Working with LGBTQ+ Christian Youth
    Orlando Shooting at Pulse Nightclub
    National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 3 (2007-2008)
    Queerology Podcast on Instagram
    Queerology Podcast on Twitter
    Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts
    Beyond Shame Healing Day Hosted by Matthias Roberts
    Matthias Roberts on Patreon

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