The new neighbor from across the street–the one with the Trump sign in his yard, rebel flag across his garage windows, and Nazi flag on his son’s basketball backboard–walked into the party wearing a shirt that said on the back, “Better a wolf of Odin than a Lamb of God.”
The Will to Devolution, up now at Eclectica.
I have two equality stickers on the back of my car, one pasted right on top of the other so it looks like only one. The reason? Not long ago, after I finished classes and office hours, I walked out to the faculty parking lot and discovered someone had taken their ballpoint pen and dug a deep X through the equality sticker on my back window. I had no way of knowing who did it, so I simply waited for the Human Rights Campaign, which I support, to send me another one. Until I covered the defiled sticker with an intact new one, the angry X reminded me why the sticker needs to be there in the first place.
When you have some free time, please spend a little of it with my essay The Gay Worm Turns. It is another from my collection about leaving Fundamentalist Christianity, up now at Atticus Review.
Some thoughts on Wheaton, Professor Larycia Hawkins, and fundamentalist colleges vis-à-vis the purpose of a liberal arts education: The Case against Evangelical Higher Education
Big Bully is another excerpt from my essay collection Get Thee Behind Me about leaving Christian Fundamentalism. It is published in Superstition Review.