Generous Space Guest Post: Queering Biblical Womanhood

Hi friends!

I’m proud to announce I’ve published a guest blog post for Generous Space, an LGBTQ+ Christian organization. I’ve had the privilege of attending their small group meetings since I moved to Vancouver about a year and a half ago. I’m very grateful to Beth Carlson-Malena for this opportunity and to everyone at Generous Space for welcoming me into their hearts and homes.

The post I wrote is called Queering Biblical Womanhood and you can read it by clicking here!

I hope you enjoy it. Tackling the definition of womanhood is no small feat and I’m happy to continue and encourage the discussion on the subject.

This is also a quick announcement that I recently got a new job more suited to my long term goals, which I’ll begin on May 13! I’m looking forward to my next chapter.

Hope all is well in your worlds.

Cheerfully,
Vivian

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Vivian Gietz is a 24-year-old bisexual Catholic woman, writer, feminist, and activist. A communications and administrative professional, she graduated from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus with a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Gender and Women’s Studies. Vivian seeks to explore positive queer and feminist intersections with Catholicism and Christianity through her blogging, poetry, and everyday life. Vivian’s dedication to feminism and mental health is notably demonstrated in her work at Charlford House, a women’s addictions treatment home. Among other accomplishments, she has successfully secured over $27,000 of grant funding for Charlford House and had an article published in the Burnaby Now newspaper. Vivian’s creative perspective allows her to navigate both personal and professional situations with an emphasis on diversity, inspiration, and spirituality. Her other interests include fashion, coffee, and Taylor Swift. She currently resides in Vancouver, BC with her beloved cat, Baby.

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