We’re right here
Members of TRUUsT, an organization of transgender and nonbinary UU religious professionals, share their stories.
The black oak is a bodhisattva
Simply by existing, it serves many others. For human beings, the work of the bodhisattva is a path of kindness, the choice to serve others as a way of life.
It’s time to learn
There is no excuse for refusing to learn, when there are teachers all around us.
At the core of Unitarian Universalism is the idea that my truth and your truth can both be true, even if they contradict each other.
Thanks to my trans siblings, trans and cisgender UUs are talking about the harm caused by a recent article.
Exemplar: Gwendolyn Howard
Unitarian Universalism has not always made space for the work of trans ministers, but the work of trans ministers has been precious and irreplaceable just the same.
The invisible woman
‘You said it was for the best if my soul remained hidden. . . . I believed you for a time.’
‘I thought I had to be what other people wanted me to be, but it didn’t work.’
Nothing we do will be perfect
To work for justice, religious liberals should let perfectionism go.
A call to action from trans UU religious professionals
The time is now for Unitarian Universalists everywhere to celebrate gender diversity, honor the spiritual gifts of trans leaders, fight for justice and liberation for trans people, and welcome people of all or no genders as full participants in spiritual community.
After L, G, and B
Listening to transgender and nonbinary people is about respect, relationship, and whether we can be a truly inclusive faith.