Gay Atheists

A group for gay, lesbian, and bi-sexual atheists as well as for those who support equal rights for all citizens regardless of sexual orientation.
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  • John Benedict

    Here's my take on Pansexuality...

    A pansexual identity speaks to the potential, not the requirement, for involvement with more than one gender/sex. This involvement may mean sexually, emotionally, in reality, or in fantasy. Monogamy and non-monogamy are relationship choices made independently of sexual identity. Some pansexuals are monogamous, some may have concurrent partners, others may relate to different genders/sexes during different times of their lives. Most pansexuals do not have to be involved with more than one person at a time in order to feel fulfilled. A pansexual is open to any form of sex without regard to gender. We see the person not the gender.


    I identify as a pansexual when a label is needed.



  • Spike Vincent

      Most gays are Christians?   I'm an athiest and I think most of my fellow gays  are athiest or Agnostic.  I'm sure one or two might be Christian, but I would not know it off hand.

  • Pope Beanie

    Hey, check this out! Am I wrong to think this is a big deal?

    HRC Supports Non-Discrimination Measure That Would Extend Protections to LGBT Utah Residents

    Today HRC welcomed a proposed Utah non-discrimination bill that extends employment and housing non-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

    “This is an extraordinary moment for the state of Utah, for LGBT Americans, and for the Mormon Church, which, by supporting this legislation, shows a willingness to align with others on the right side of history,” said HRC President Chad Griffin. “The desire exhibited by the Mormon Church to work toward common ground should serve as a model for other faith traditions here in the United States.”

    The introduction of the bill, with support from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is the culmination of seven years of unstinting work by Equality Utah to protect all state residents from discrimination at work and at home. The legislation, S.B. 296, whose negotiators included Equality Utah Chairman Clifford Rosky, goes to its first hearing tomorrow.

    [link to the full story]