Mycroft Masada is a queer trans faith leader who moved to the Washington DC area of Maryland’s Montgomery County from their lifelong home of Boston in 2014. Mycroft co-chairs the MoCo Pride Center, is a TransFaith National Council member, a TransEpiscopal Steering Committee member and former Congregation Am Tikva board member. Mycroft is particularly called to pursue justice at the intersections of LGBTQI+ and fat communities, and is an advocate, organizer, consultant, educator, trainer, writer and artist. They are partnered with Julia McCrossin, the massculine fatshion blogger, and with her co-parents a dogter. Their central online home is MasadArts.blogspot.com.

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Monday, April 4, 2011

A Question of Faith: Queer Perspectives on the Straight & Narrow -- panel event at Boston University TONIGHT

There's a very tempting queer faith panel event at Boston University tonight! All three panelists are colleagues of mine -- Rev. Partridge and I serve together in ICTE, Rev. Monroe and Dr. Pillard and I worked together in the local GLBTQ youth movement when I was a youth.

A Question of Faith: Queer Perspectives on the Straight & Narrow
TONIGHT - Monday, April 4th, 2011
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Sargent College -- Room (SAR) 102
Boston University

Contact: Liz Douglass, Chapel Associate for LGBTQ Students -- Lmd@bu.edu | 617.435.8792

"Can one be a spiritual person without believing in God? What does it mean to be human? What exactly is the "straight and narrow?" These questions and much more will be discussed from three unique individuals with varying beliefs. Our speakers are Rev. Irene Monroe, Dr. Pillard of BU, and Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge of Harvard University. The discussion will offer a variety of insights from the Episcopal faith, the African American experience, LGBT perspectives, transgender issues, and Atheism. It’s certainly going to be an interesting and lively discussion."

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