By Yvette Taylor
Taylor explores how sexual and spiritual identity and expression jointly and complexly build each other in instances of religious-sexual citizenship. The booklet charts younger people's figuring out of faith, investigating the stories, offerings and identities of queer early life concerned about inclusive church buildings.
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Extra resources for Making Space for Queer-Identifying Religious Youth
The policy document offers areas for future attention and potential impact and an opportunity for researchers to rethink the boundaries of their projects, through forming alliances, such as the multi-faith extensions suggested below: Maybe forming alliances with other religious and LGBT projects to see what strategies they have for dissemination of information and encouraging inclusion, for example, the Imam project (for LGBT Muslims). (Participant feedback from Making Space for Queer Identifying Religious Youth event) I would just like to say thank you for creating this space.
There is a certain queerness to this, a strange (in)visibility in heightened presences and urgencies of always proving and maintaining impact for everyone-all-of-the time. I say this, not because I am unconvinced of the long-practiced efforts of making research relevant to varied audiences, but rather because I fear that such relevancies, while being required – and desired – are not being effectively resourced and are instead being carried by the individual researcher. Highly marketised and competitive educational climates are complicit in producing reductive measures of impact, pre-determining and tying project success to policy transmission and public visibility.
It looks at approaches taken by inclusive churches to reconcile the different, and at times conflicting, identities of its members. Focusing on ‘spaces of reconciliation’, it brings together the embodied experience of Christian congregational music with the ‘age appropriate’ temporality of modern music, in order to examine the complex relationship between age, music, faith and sexuality. Keywords: choirs; emotions; music; religious creativity; sensations; tradition; temporality Taylor, Yvette. Making Space for Queer-Identifying Religious Youth.