The Art of Queering Boundaries in LDS Communities

Dialogue 49.2 (Summer 2016): 45–50

“I am the mother of a queer son. I am also an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as a professor at Brigham Young University, where I teach courses in literacy education, educational research methods, and multicultural education.”

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The Mama Dragon Story Project

Dialogue 49.2 (Summer 2016): 61–80

The photographs and essays featured in this issue of Dialogue come from Kimberly Anderson’s Mama Dragon Story Project: A Collection of Portraits and Essays from Mothers Who Love Their LGBT+ Children

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A Laurel’s First-Night Fantasies

Possibility one, extrapolated from what Betty, second clarinet, said about what Tabitha, first clarinet, did last Saturday:  They enter the hotel room, both of them shaking as only virgins can shake. Somehow he manages to…

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Kid Kirby

His name was Reeves Kirby and he was eighteen that summer. He was small of stature and unlikely to grow bigger. Moreover, he had a mild temperament, blond hair, bland blue eyes, and a downy…

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