OUT cast 08/16/2021


OUT cast 08/16/2021


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Tune in to OUT Cast on Monday, August 16 to hear an interview with Chris Davis, lesbian survivor and author, on “Queer Spirit,” a series of conversations exploring queer life and the power of the Sacred hosted by OUT Cast collective members Marvin Ellison and Tamara Torres McGovern. Chris Davis Chris Davis, who grew up in Bangor, is a relatively recent arrival in Portland. She attends college as an adult learner while working part-time and also parenting two young adults from a distance, one of whom identifies as transgender. In recent years Chris has been engaged in her own coming out: coming out as lesbian, coming out from a heterosexual marriage, and coming out from membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Mormons. And if that wasn’t enough, Chris is also soon to be out as a published author. She’s contributing an essay to a collection by ex-Mormon LBGTQ folks entitled I Spoke to You with Silence, to be published by the University of Utah Press. The title of Chris’ chapter is “Five Reasons Why I Didn’t Belong.”

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OUT cast 08/16/2021