Hop Against Homophobia: It’s Personal

I let time get away from me and wasn’t able to sign up for the Hop Against Homophobia this year, so instead, here’s a link to last years post. It still applies. Well, except the giveaway parts, sorry. 🙂

(Also sorry about the old logo. Should’ve fixed that before I reblogged. I haven’t had my coffee yet!)

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Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m happy to be participating in the Hop Against Homophobia, and I’m even happier that you’re taking the time to check out my contribution. I’m going to address the serious part of why I’m here first, and then I’ll get to the fun stuff. 🙂

When I started thinking about what I wanted to say in this post, I kept coming back to the same beginning point: Christianity. I’m not trying to start a deep, philosophical discussion. I’m just making a public statement about my personal beliefs.

I’m Christian.

No, wait, don’t leave! That’s the biggest problem I see: as soon as I mention being Christian, a lot of people tune me out, or don’t believe me. Not that I can blame them, but the truth is that I’m Christian, I write same-sex romance, I support marriage equality, and I don’t…

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