Saying Goodbye to My Soulforce Family-

Graduating with “no idea what I’m doing” was not an unfamiliar sentiment among many of my class peers and students about to burst from the bubble of their Christian university into “the real world”. I remember realizing that for the first time in my life, I would no longer be bound to laws (social or institutional) of a Christian community. Needless to say my freshly liberated gay self had somewhat of an inflated perception of what entering the workforce as someone passionate about LGBTQ organizing but with little analysis beyond “Church bad, gay not-so-bad” would be like. The first couple of weeks post-graduation consisted of firing off resumes to any Craigslist ad that had the words “entry

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