Texans Against Transphobia

I am a white, (mostly) straight, female Texan, and I wholeheartedly oppose the proposed Senate Bill 6 -- the 'Bathroom Bill'. I've lived in Texas for seventeen years. SEVENTEEN. That's almost two decades and I'm only 26, so that means most of my life has been spent as a resident of Texas. I've voted in Texas, I've … Continue reading Texans Against Transphobia

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Being UU: Part 2- How I Found Unitarian Universalism and Being UU in the ‘Bible Belt’

I am a Unitarian Universalist. I have been for quite a few years. Honestly, I have been my whole life; I just didn’t always know what it was called. I do know one thing, though, talk to any UU about their path to Unitarian Universalism and it will probably have similar elements to mine; confusion, … Continue reading Being UU: Part 2- How I Found Unitarian Universalism and Being UU in the ‘Bible Belt’

Being UU: Part 1 – What is Unitarian Universalism and What Does It Mean to Me?

“Unitarian Universalism is a diverse and non-creedal faith, affirming and promoting the inherent worth and dignity of all people.” That’s the elevator pitch we give at our church every Sunday, but ask any UU what it is, and they’ll probably have something a little different to say. Maybe it’s their church’s pitch. Maybe it’s their … Continue reading Being UU: Part 1 – What is Unitarian Universalism and What Does It Mean to Me?