In a diatribe delivered to the Church of Scotland’s General Assembly in 1974, Leon David Levision preached that sex without love was ‘mutual exploitation and despoliation.’
Religion and Sexuality
Scandal-averse policies have enabled the widespread sexual abuse of boys and male adolescents within the Church.
A surprisingly prevalent theme in late English medieval literature and culture: the celebration of the Virgin Mary’s sexuality.
A popular 1912 hymn imagines a close encounter with Christ and reveals the queer possibilities within evangelical Protestant liturgy and devotion.
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are an unaffiliated, non-celibate order of queer, activist nuns.
Desire Work documents the lives of mostly white, ex-gay Pentecostal men in Cape Town, South Africa.
Anticipating Sin in Medieval Society explores early medieval understandings of sin, looking in particular at childhood, sexuality and violence.