Celebrating Pride Month
Welcome to Pride Month at Accidental Tomatoes!
We’re always looking for opportunities to highlight the voices and work of our LGBTQ+ siblings and express our solidarity with folks from marginalized communities. Since our inception in October 2019, we’ve interviewed a number of LGBTQ+ podcast guests, and our writing team has published several pieces about justice, liberation, and allyship.
So to kick off our 2022 Pride Month celebration, we wanted to point you to the podcast episodes that have featured LGBTQ+ folks and blog posts on topics related to our staunch support of the LGBTQ+ community. For the most part, these are conversations not directly related to gender and/or sexuality, but on the vital everyday, real-world work our LGBTQ+ friends and neighbors are doing to make life better for everyone.
- S1 E3: Amanda Webb on Story and Embodiment
- S1 E7: Emily (Stuart) Davy on Spiritual Trauma
- S1 E23: David Wimbish on Music & Community
- S2 E3: Helen Ryde on the Reconciling Ministries Network
- S2 E12: Chett Pritchett on Environmental Justice
- S2 E16: Isaac Simmons (aka Ms. Penny Cost) on Drag Church
- S2 E17: Sam Blewis on the Sacred Art of Neighboring
- S3 E11: Jeanne Peters on OutMOV and community organizing
(Note: Some of the older posts on this list link to full articles at my old blog site, joewebbwrites.com)
- Jan 22, 2020: Pursuing the Beloved Community by Joe Webb
- Feb. 7, 2020: A Confession by Joe Webb
- Jan. 29, 2021: Our Agendas are Killing Us by Joe Webb
- Feb. 11, 2021: Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right by Joe Webb
- June 4, 2021: Why I Pride by Joe Webb
- June 18, 2021: Juneteenth for All: A Month of Intersections by Heather Moore
- July 16, 2021: Deconstructing “Normal” by Joe Webb
- Aug. 15, 2021: To Whoredom and Beyond! by Heather Moore
- Oct. 22, 2021: Why Inclusion is a Bad Idea by Jenny Williams
In addition to all that, we have upcoming podcasts featuring LGBTQ+ folks working in the areas of therapy and social research, as well as more blog content highlighting our commitment to equity and liberation.
Happy pride month, y’all!