I will always remember my friend with red hair—not because of his red hair, or because he could be the most infuriating person I ever knew at times, or even because he was the first gay activist I ever knew; but because he is part of the reason I’m a whole person.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 26: Sherry Kappel on Black Music Appreciation Month; Glenn Rocess on shedding unfounded assumptions about LGBTQ people after a visit to P-Town; and Brian Mack on the “T” in LGBTQ.
OHF Writer Glenn Rocess sees some of his long-held assumptions about gay people wither and die on their prejudicial vine during a day-trip to P-Town with his wife.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 24: Stephen Matlock presents a path to peace and safety to all; Clay Rivers tells why “LGBTQ Christian” is not a contradiction in terms; and the OHF Weekly Editors announce a sweeping redesign.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 23: Clay Rivers on another mass shooting, this one at Robb Elementary. Why? James Finn on the love, esteem, activism, and joy of Pride; Sherry Kappel on the goal of parenthood for LGBTQ couples.
James Finn’s primer on the love, esteem, activism, and joy of Pride.
Dan Hislop tells his story of the careful circles drawn as boundaries becoming walls shutting out connection—and what happens when a door opens
To me, Pride means defiance against those who would say we’re anything less than human. It means rebellion against the status quo
What follows is an essay written to an overlooked segment of the LGBTQ community: LGBTQ Christians or rather LGBTQ ex-Christians.
James Baldwin, one of America’s foremost authors, activists, and playwright, is the muse of the latest issue of OHF Magazine
After twenty-two years of searching and trying to make myself into what “I” thought everyone else, including God, wanted me to be, the Lord spoke to me in a manner that was uniquely his own
For the average male and female couple, making a baby is usually a fun, easy process. It is almost always problematic for members of the gay community, but no less a life goal.