An excellent example of why we need to realize that there is no one true way to judge any human being …

Symposium scene, circa 480-490 BC, decorative fresco from north wall of Tomb of Diver at Paestum, Campania, Italy, Detail of so-called lovers, 5th Century BC

Symposium scene, circa 480-490 BC, decorative fresco from north wall of Tomb of Diver at Paestum, Campania, Italy, Detail of so-called lovers, 5th Century BC

Every LGBTQ+ Person Should Read This

An excellent example of why we need to realize that there is no one true way to judge any human being …

and that religion – above all else – has no monopoly on absolutes. Religion is the least authoritative when it expresses what in reality are inflexible theologies.

“Remember: the way Western culture today has constructed gender and sexuality is not the way it’s always been.” – Sarah Prager

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