Transgender Unitarian Universalists

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no worries
I'm coming out to my church today. I don't think it'll be too big of a deal. It'll just be interesting. I don't think it'll be a problem just interesting.

Edit / Update:

I came out to my church during joys and concerns and it went well. Various members of the community came up to me and said tha they were proud of me for telling them. I now plan on using this as a wedge to educate. It felt good to get that off my chest.

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Hey all,

I just wanted to wish you a happy 2010. I hope that you are well, and have a great year!



UU intro books
As I said in a reply to the last post, I'm very, very new to UU but am interesting in learning more about it and possibly joining a church.  I've looked around at the UUA website and found the bookstore has a lot of introductory-type books: I don't have a lot of money (or time) for books right now because I'm working on my last semester as an English major.  With that in mind, does anyone have any specific recommendations for books to read?

no worries
Hello, all,

And welcome to this community. So far the response have been rapid, and I'm happy to see that. I'm new to Unitarian Universalism, but grew up in a Methodist church. I first went to UU Church on Valentines day of 2009 with my girlfriend, and have continued going as much as I am able.

I started this community, because I feel that it is important to have a place to have conversations about our spirituality and how being gender nonconforming fits into that. I also have found that in my own church, I feel transgender people are underrepresented, and I have a hard time sharing with my church community about my joys and concerns. In addition, while browsing the bookstore at the UUA that there were many books on why gay marriage is important, but nothing on transrights.

I hope this finds you well, and I look forward to hearing from you all.




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