Loudoun Out Loud at St. James

Sunday, May 22 at 11:00 am
St. James United Church of Christ
10 East Broad Way, Lovettsville

Loudoun Out Loud, the PFLAG support group, has now been meeting since January (See interview with Lori Stevens here, and Living in Loco has more links). Not only does LOL facilitate two monthly support group meetings – one for LGBTQ youth and one for family/allies – they have also provided appropriate resource materials for use in Loudoun County Public Schools, partnered with locovore eatery American Flatbread to raise funds for PFLAG, collected bikes for Bikes for the World as an Earth Day project, hosted a screening of the film Bullied, and probably more I don’t know about yet.

Lori Stevens and some of the youth will be sharing the stories that have brought them together to create this much needed group – and the public is welcome.

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3 Responses to Loudoun Out Loud at St. James

  1. On a (saddeningly) related topic, one of Eugene Delgaudio’s supporters has finally declared that he will take on the question of Eugene’s use of the word “it” to refer to human beings. Please have a look and contribute.

  2. David says:

    And after all that squirming, Joe and his fellow apologists failed. They wouldn’t even agree that it’s wrong to refer to another human being as “it.” It’s hard to believe that we live in the presence of such moral cowardice.

  3. Jonathan says:


    “Moral cowardice” implies that they know right from wrong and choose wrong out of fear. I don’t believe that to the case. Instead, they believe the end justifies the means, and if innocents are harmed, too bad. I’d call it moral depravity.