Even though Benny has been an gay activist for his whole adult life, HIV/AIDS was a constant cloud floating around his head and his heart until just a few years ago, in large part due to the teachings of his youth. He now stands strong in the fight for greater awareness and against the social stigmas that stifled him for years.
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by The Rev. Emily C. Heath - for The Bilerico Project
As I prepare to pray at a table filled with queer folks, I almost wonder what we have to be thankful for at all. Almost. When I read the headlines, I get discouraged. But they only tell a small part of the story. The truth is, I can find a hundred examples from the last year that show me that grace is real, and that hope still has a place.
Wife and mother Cali Griebel, who has become a beloved figure in the LGBT community in the short time that she has been a part of it, is excited about her newfound passion as activist. Her work with the recent Matthew Shepard rally inspired her to do more, so she decided to start by giving back to the community that has welcomed her with open arms.
After searching for years to find like-minded people with a passion for surfing, one Big Kahuna from Australia decided to create an online community to bring gay surfers together and tackle homophobia in the water, one wave at a time.