The Journey Out

Being the “Right Kind” of Me: Thriving In Spite of Judgement

In this journey, I have the honor of meeting others escaping various forms of toxic ideology/theology to become the truly beautiful people they really are. When someone honors me with sharing their story, it is another treasure to add to my chest full of good moments, laughter, tears, inspiration, lessons learned, wisdom and overall joy. …

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Four Years Out – Three Religious Based Fears That Turned Out to be Myths

Recently, on January 12th, I celebrated 4 years of freedom from “the stained glass closet.” This is what I wrote on my personal profile: For over 20 years in the ex-gay/conversion ministry world, I was told directly or had personal fears that certain things would happen if I ever “embraced being gay” again. I am …

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From A Christmas 2018 Vibe To A Happy New Year 2019 Wish

Catching The Christmas 2018 Vibe We were there to get her Dad his Christmas present but of course, being the 11-year-old and only child she went straight to what she wanted for Christmas :). “A-Dawg, we are not here for your present but your Dad…” “I know, but did you know I wanted these noise …

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Taking “The Next Right Step” – Reflections Five Years After Exodus

In June 2013 we announced closing Exodus and at what I believe was God’s direction, we did. As a part of that process, I laid myself off from Exodus’ employ five years ago today on 8/23/2013. As I walked out of the Exodus office, I knew that the lock on my proverbial closet door had …

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