Your response is so well said. I agree with you, entirely.
I've known of Soulforce, for several years now, after having read Stranger at the Gate around 2003. I came out to my Evangelical family in 2000.
It's been a long time, and for years I've remained very distant from all dialogue relating to faith and spirituality. But about a year ago, I began an art project called Queer as Folk: Unbuckled Art from the Bible-Belt. It has become a therapy, or of sorts. Encouraged by (and relating to) Jennifer Knapp's recent coming out, I'm continuing the project with a corresponding blog. I discuss all things relating to my own coming out, evangelical upbringing, and how I've dealt with (and continue to deal with) it all.
I look forward to discussions here, and likewise invite anyone to take a look at my blog and join in on the conversation: