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What does it really mean to be an ally? Join Dyllón as he visits a baker in the heart of the Bible Belt who risked putting his business on the line to take a stand for LGBTQ+ rights.
In many parts of the Southern United States, it’s legal for doctors to deny services to LGBTQ+ people based on their religious beliefs. Meet a team of doctors in Jackson, Mississippi, who are determined to foster an environment where patients have access to the critical healthcare that they need.
Did you know that there are 11 states in the U.S. that allow for adoption discrimination based on religious grounds? Meet one family from Alabama who wouldn’t let anyone, or any law, get in the way of them getting married and adopting their daughter.
From identity and dating to good sex and managing diverging expectations in the queer community, this conversation has it ALL. Dyllón Burnside sits down with a diverse group of LGBTQ+ community members at the Creating Change Conference in Dallas, TX, in Jan 2020.
Being out in the church can be difficult—but it doesn’t have to be that way. Join Dyllón Burnside as he meets an openly gay minister at a small, mainstream church in Jackson, Mississippi, committed to creating a community open to all who take the command to “love thy neighbor as thyself” to heart.
Did you know that the South is home to more queer people than any other region in the U.S.? Join host Dyllón Burnside as he recounts his own experience coming out in the South and travels to the heart of Alabama to meet Carmarion D. Anderson, a barrier-breaking transgender woman of color and the Alabama State Director of the Human Rights Campaign.