June 6, 2022

EP. 322 — Queerness and Faith

In order to keep her faith, she had to accept who she really was. A woman speaks with Geth about going through a breakup and bringing her queerness and spirituality into alliance. She opens up about being part of a church that did more harm to her than good and finding a higher purpose. She also discusses moving back in with her parents post breakup and a potential autism diagnosis.  


Chris [00:00:05] Hello to all my construction dogs. It’s Beautiful/ Anonymous. One hour. One phone call. No names. No holds barred.   Theme Song [00:00:30] (THEME SONG).   Chris [00:00:30] Hey, everybody. Chris Gethard here. Welcome to another episode of Beautiful/ Anonymous. So lucky to talk to you yet again. So lucky to bring another phone call to the world. Tell you what, last week I was really in that Facebook group. There were a lot of comments coming up and I was I was really interacting and and jumping in and out of those comments. And it’s really fun. And I got to say, in a world where everything’s feeling more and more aggressive, to realize that the fans of this show are as kind of they are is such a blessing. And thanks to everybody who came out in Portland and Seattle to our live tapings or the stand up shows. Meeting in person only underlines the fact that we are lucky that this community is generally a very kind one. If you’re wondering about liv

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