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Religious Issues

Sites for dialog: Religious Tolerance
A collection of essays on the views of the different religions on homosexuality. Non-judgemental, non-partisan.

Bridges Across the Divide
Bridges-Across is a cyberspace initiative providing models and resources for building respectful relationships among those who disagree about moral issues surrounding homosexuality, bisexuality and gender variance.

The Basics of Gay Paganism
There are literally thousands of gay and lesbian witches out there, and they offer not only a unique perspective, but a unique energy as well.

Gay supportive ministries:

Dignity USA
Dignity/USA is the United States’ largest and most progressive organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Catholics. We serve as a proactive voice for reform in the Church and society, including: same-sex marriages, women’s ministry, AIDS ministry, and enforcement of anti-hate crime legislation.

Gay Christians.org
This site leads to organizations within most major religions supportive of their gay & lesbian members.

The Metropolitan Community Church
The Metropolitan Community Church (also known as: MCC) is a worldwide fellowship of Christian churches with a special outreach to the world's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.

 

Ex-gay ministries:

The sites below profess the ability to alter one's sexuality through prayer and behavior modification.


Roadside Attractions
More interesting sites you might want to try.

 

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