Category: Sexual Justice

How (Not) to Dress for Chess

By Elrena Evans Last month, a young competitor in the National Scholastic Chess Championship in Putrajaya, Malaysia was pulled from the tournament over an outfit that chess officials deemed “too seductive.” I haven’t mentioned...

Sex, Lies, and Community

By Tim Otto “…one of the greatest political contributions Christians can make to any social order in which they find themselves is to tell the truth and to be capable of receiving the truth.”...

Refuse to Do Nothing

By Kimberly McOwen Yim “The best defense against modern-day slavery is a vigilant public. Be a nosy neighbor.” —Kevin Bales, The Slave Next Door Told they will have good-paying jobs when they arrive in...

Freedom for the Captives

By Kristyn Komarnicki This month marks the 154th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, issued by President Lincoln in 1863, in the middle of his nation’s bloody civil war. Although woefully limited in its reach—it...

Fight Misogyny

A modest proposal for Christian men who are concerned about trans bathroom rights by Melinda Selmys Amid all of the talk about laws preventing trans people from using washrooms and change-rooms according to their...

Protection or Exploitation?

interview by Dave Baker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a pastor, writer and activist. He and his wife, Leah, founded The Rutba House, a Monastic community in Durham, NC. This interview addresses how Christians might respond...