4 thoughts on “Queer Dharma: The Truth of Being Queer

  1. Reading this brings delight to my eyes (if not music to my ears). However, I live in Adelaide in South Australia, and can’t attend.
    1. Is it possible to join in for the March 16 session? Is this a general session or specifically Q&A for people who will be attending?
    2. Is it possible a future Queer session or program could be arranged by linkup with Adelaide and/or other Australian locations? Would either or both Acharyas be available? I can think of a number of people who would be interested. Our local Director is Loretta Geuenich. I will speak to her tomorrow.
    Thank you

  2. Hi Bill,

    I encourage you both to join the March 16 session and to speak with your local director about bringing a Queer Dharma Retreat to your neck of the woods. It’s great to hear that lots of folks over there would be interested.

    I believe the March 16 session will be a more general gathering for the LGBTQ community, rather than anything specific to the program at SMC.

    Best,
    Travis

  3. We have a wonderful Shambhala sangha in Adelaide, South Australia, and a strong representation in it of dharma students of fluid / alternative / non-het relational preference. I would travel to the US for a Shambhala LGBTIetc event if it was a week long, but noit just for a weekend, alas!

  4. Thank you for linking the words Queer and Dharma. Reading this brings tears to my eyes and warms my heart, to see in black and white an affirmation of me, a Gay Man means so much to me. Big hugs to you and to all.

    Love and Blessings,
    Bob

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