We’ve decided to pull this story

We’ve determined that it’s in the best interests of some of the key players involved in the Ugandan/transgender story to wait a bit before rolling it out. I apologize for any inconvenience. (Greatly, now that I see many of you are visiting via my friends at Advocate.com. Sorry! Allow me to humbly recommend my recent and most excellent posts, “Her letter: My boyfriend, ex-gay ministries, and the church: FAIL,”, As Exodus’s Alan “Pray Away the Gay” Chambers ties his tongue in a knot … and It’s not about the gay issue; it’s about restoring our devastated mountaintop. And then there’s always, you know, my body of work on Christianity and LGBTQ people. Anyway, thanks so much. Sorry again. If you knew why we’ve done this—and what the current plan is—please trust you’d love it.)

Dear angry evangelical Christians
A Christian grandmother nails the transgender issue
40 Questions for (fear-mongering) pastor Kevin DeYoung, now stomping the rainbow flag
When is an abuser's apology not an apology?
About John Shore

More and more I'm communicating with my readers through my free (and ad-free) email newsletter, which is just a simple, direct and personal email from me that I send out every three weeks or so. If you would like to receive this email in your inbox, subscribe to it on my website, or by using the subscription box about halfway down the column on the right. I wouldn't think of using your email address for anything but my e-newsletter (to which you can always unsubscribe with the click of a button). Thanks, and looking forward to communicating with you in this more intimate way.