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"I Think I'm Gay" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward I have a lot of LGBTQ+ cartoons. In fact, I have a whole book full of many of them called "The Art of Coming Out" on Amazon! But this one is my best seller you can find in my nakedpastor shop on Etsy. If I could sum up my observation of the struggle in one sentence, it would be this: There are people on both sides of the argument, but in the middle of it are those who not only feel but actually are judged, marginalized, excluded, and even bullied for...

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"Jesus in the Confessional" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward Almost daily I hear from people who wonder if my cartoons are available for sale. YES they ARE! In my nakedpastor shop on ETSY! I sell the originals and prints there. So take a look! Today's the last day of #PrideMonth ... so I drew this cartoon. I hope you like it.

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"That's the Spirit!" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward Here’s my explanation for being an LGBTQ ally: BIBLE: People say I should read the Bible and then they quote verses. But I studied the Bible since childhood, went to Bible College and got my Bachelors in Bible, went to seminary and got my Masters in Bible, then my Diploma in Ministry. I took years of original languages (Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic), preached from the Bible, and read commentaries and theologians for over 30 years. THEOLOGY: What caused my theological anguish was who was in and who was out? How could a gracious...

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"Gay Believer" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward BUY THIS CARTOON in my nakedpastor shop on ETSY! Whenever I post an LGBTQ+ advocate cartoon, at least one person will say, "There's no such thing as a gay believer!" So I drew this cartoon to challenge that wishful thinking.

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"Invite Into Our Lives" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward I saw a post the other day in which a gay person said that they'd rather say they invited people in rather than that they came out. And I liked it. I think it's true. Isn't it? If LGBTQ+ people wanted in included, accepted, received‚ then wouldn't it be easier for them to stay in the closet?  Wouldn't they have a better chance of being a part of the crowd if they continued concealing themselves? Instead, when they come out, aren't they indeed inviting others into their unique and personal stories?...

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