On the backs of our ancestors who were willing to be visible,we enjoy the level freedom we have today....
A Queer Movement for Peace...
The judgments we have about getting our needs met can be loaded with stories. Those stories impact how you spend your money, how you nourish your body, how you nurture your mind and encourage your spirit.
Art is in our very bodies. Our passions, desires, stories are waiting to be expressed through some form of art unique to each of us.
My hope is to bring a more embodied conversation about this important topic from my experience as a queer man...
You may say I don’t see myself a bridge builder but just by a smile, a flirt, a kind jester, a selfless act online and in the world you have built a bridge...
The energy of the activist is passionate about a cause, a purpose, an injustice/wound that needs a new approach.
Imagine if every queer person would come out and bring their light out from "under the bushel basket", truly what "good news" that would be for healing the world.
Our desire to be seekers is often expressed in the desire to travel and explore spots known as sacred, Places that awaken something in our bodies.
I Belong and I don’t Belong shows up is in community. The opportunity to become more whole and even get a feel for the “queer gift of who you are” is accelerated in community...
The role of sex workers has helped to break taboos involving sex, eroticism, bodies, gender and spiritualities that have been used to oppress rather than free.
There are so many styles of yoga. Choosing a style and a practitioner for you as a queer man may present it's challenge.
Energywork (or commonly called Energy Medicine) is intimate, subtle, healing, transformative and renewing
As a consumer I have learned to “tune in” to what I do and do not want from a massage according to what’s going on with me at that time.
What do you want?
Take a few breaths as you watch this master teacher...
What are the places of courage you have yet to face?
Flesh & Spirit Community Brothers & Friends,
Connections through the internet continue to amaze me. During the uprisings in Egypt I was able to hear from gay men going through the conflict. I have a friendship with a gay brother in Bagdad who wants to leave and tells me, "I fear I will be killed"- if people around him knew of his identity.
Bodies, sexuality,gender and expression of love often give the queer tribe an opportunity to be prophetic for those who feel oppressed. Whether,they may live in a MidWest town in the US or some challenged place in the world, it is the same desire "to be fully welcomed".
As Flesh & Spirit Community