The holiday season is supposed to be a time of comfort and joy, but for many LGB…

The holiday season is supposed to be a time of comfort and joy, but for many lgb...

The holiday season is supposed to be a time of comfort and joy, but for many LGBTQIA+ people, it can be a time of pain and isolation. Union’s interfaith chaplain, Rev. Bertram Johnson, writes in TIME about his journey of finding belonging and resilience as a queer person during the holiday season. He shares his holiday hopes, “that each member of the queer community feel loved and cherished as many of us did as children. For each one to have a place around the tree, seat at the table, or wherever we find ourselves, and know that we are seen, known, and loved.” https://buff.ly/3Ggq59B
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