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Metro: How detrimental do you think Trump's presidency is?
Kevin Powell: This is going to set back women, LGBTQ community, black people, people of color.
Kevin Powell: I see this as a hopeful event and also a way to really let folks know this is not new.
This is a watershed period — it’s similar to what we saw in the late 1950s/early 1960s with all the turmoil that happened in our country.
But Louise Nielsen, a licensed Christian counselor and mental health professional of At The Crossroads Inc., dismissed the proposal as not only indecent but unbiblical and dangerous."Having been to seminary as well as being trained as a licensed mental health counselor, and as a Christian, it is unbiblical, it is sinful," Nielsen told The Christian Post on Thursday."God doesn't stop loving anyone, but it is not a behavior that is in anyway appropriate for Christians or for anyone else.
"It is not something that can be endorsed in a Christian context at all."On a Facebook page promoting the concept of Christian swingers, some Christians are also airing their disapproval of the practice."Whoa to you sons and daughters of Satan...stand before the Lord and say Lord Lord, did we not do this and that in your name........shalt burn in the fires of eternity....
We’re all focused on the midterm elections, but we really need to be focused on all the judges who are going to be hand-picked all across the country saying they don’t want gay marriage, they don’t want women to be able to control their bodies. Not just racism-free, but sexism-free, homophobia-free, all the isms and phobias that we can name.
It’s a direct attack on people and American democracy. We’ve got to live our lives like I really do and believe we’re all sisters and brothers and part of the human family no matter how we identify ourselves.
Angels with Names Guardian Angels Man lower than Angels?Catholic Match also offers monthly events around your area to meet single Catholics in person and have engaging conversations."I have met the women I am meant to be with on this site and we are getting married in July this year.After the third time I met her I knew that she was the one I was to marry.When Kevin Powell appeared on MTV’s “Real World: New York” in 1992, he brought an authentic discussion of race in America to TV screens across the nation — and he’s hasn’t stopped the conversation in the 26 years since. And the Last Stand of the Angry White Man,” will host a book launch and talk with anti-racism educator Tim Wise Thursday at Ethical NYC. I really do want to live in a world where there’s no racism, no sexism, no homophobia, no transphobia, no classes, no anti-Semitism, no Islamaphobia, no ableism — we have to see each other as members of the human family, of the human race and that’s what really pushed me.The activist, speaker and author of more than a dozen books, including the just-released “My Mother. “We see it as an opportunity to really have some difficult but necessary conversations about where we are, what we need to do, not just for the midterm elections, but for the long-term future of this country,” Kevin Powell exclusively told Metro. Metro: What do you hope is the takeaway from Thursday’s talk?