Category Archives: Social Justice

Naked Fat Bodies: A Mental Exercise For Dani Mathers

This story about professionally beautiful Playboy model Dani Mathers fascinates me. I’m glad there was a huge outrage about her violation of someone’s privacy. She broke the rules of the club and also broke the unwritten decency code of social … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Commentary, food for body and soul, women's issues and feminist rants | 4 Comments

Orlando

Weekends in my neighborhood are festive, with Latino music and parties and grilling. I could do without the 2AM firecrackers going off right outside my bedroom window, and I need to learn how to say both “firecrackers” and “heart attack” … Continue reading

Posted in g/l/b/t and gender queer justice, Mind of the Minister, prayers, Theological Reflection, Unitarian Universalism, Worship and Liturgy | Comments Off

If It’s Not About You, It’s Not About You – But It’s Really Not About You (On White Fragility)

When I wrote The Intellectual Condescension of White Liberals in response to white liberal response to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, the post generated hundreds of comments (256), many of which took me to task for the title of the piece. It … Continue reading

Posted in Social Justice, Theological Reflection, Unitarian Universalism | 2 Comments