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This is a very very simple little post put up way back when only a couple dozen people have heard about Pink Menno (my, times have changed!) meant simply to announce its presence for YARers who might be interested. If you want to actually find out about Pink Menno, go to pinkmenno.org. If you want to talk to Pink Menno directly, you can email email@example.com. I think a number of people have found their way to this post because it’s pretty high up if you google “pink menno”, and it seems to have attracted some non-YAR people looking for a place to share their hellfire & pinkstone. If that’s you, please see the YAR guidelines & required reading, as well as the sermon on the mount (especially the beatitudes) - Matthew 5. That said, some good discussion has also happened, so I’ll leave this post up.
original post (March 4, 2009):
If you’d like to do something to help the Mennonite church become more LGBT-friendly, check out the pink Menno campaign. We’re organizing an effort focused on the convention in Columbus this summer to start a lot of informal conversations with people and show that queers are already a central part of the church - and that most people probably know a lot of us already. And that we’re really very friendly and good and Mennonite-y.
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