Tag: Gay Men

More on Anglican Mainstream’s Sexual Exclusivity Post

You might have noticed, if you read Anglican Mainstream, that Lisa has posted two responses to my critique of her piece a few days ago. I am of course disappointed that she couldn’t engage in open discussion on the comment

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Stats Watch! Number 1

A new feature for this blog. In an irregular series we’re going to look at claims made about research in the area of sexuality that affects the debate in the Church and the wider society. Here’s our first candidate – Anglican

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Obscenity on Trial

Some of you may have noticed that a trial took place this week in London. The case involved the selling of DVDs showing a particular sexual practice which is perfectly legal to perform between two consenting adults, but some might

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What the Kirk Did (and Didn’t) Decide

You may have seen the news reports in the papers on the decisions made yesterday at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian). Take, for example, this story in the Guardian. Scotland‘s largest protestant church has voted to

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The Berkshire B&B

No doubt many of you have already seen this. A gay couple were turned away from a Berkshire guest house by the owner who said it was “against her convictions” for two men to share a bed. Michael Black and

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A Brief and Loving Sexual Engagement

Colin Coward has responded to my challenge to explain what he means by a “brief and loving sexual engagement”, but the answer just leads to more questions. Within the post he makes a point that I wouldn’t disagree with: Conservative

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