Instinctually, I feel that if any group can be oppressed, then I can be oppressed. Like many black people, I was raised in the church. When I was a practicing Christian, learning how to embody the loving spirit of Jesus -- who dared not judge but lived a life of love and compassion -- would have served me well.
Living New Black Gay Los Angeles, I've sat in some of the biggest megachurches and have been baffled to learn that some of these church leaders -- who preach that homosexuality is a sin New Black Gay are closeted gay people.
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Gay is the new New Black Gay, sadly, because many blacks New Black Gay been willing to embrace their own practices, secrets, fear, and shame about homosexuality. We took on AIDS Run and Walk with full force, with weekly fundraising events, citywide trainings, and community events. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes.
However, when I became a young adult, I began to recognize a conflict in the church's "truth" and reality.
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Our wounds still fester. In our attempt to distance ourselves from the plight of gay people, we also distance ourselves from our own struggle and take the position of oppressor.