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A tattoo artist.A rainbow sheeptattoos a rainbow hearton another sheep’s butt cheek. She’s a friend.An ally too.That’s why she spentfor this affirming tattoo.  

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Aw, see Jesus with his LGBTQIA+ rainbow sheep friend reading my book "The Art of Coming Out: Cartoons for the LGBTQ Community". I have enough cartoons for Part 2 so stay tuned. I'm thankful that this first one reaches so many around the world and encourages or enlightens them.

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Description: A flock of sheep say to an LGBTQIA+ rainbow sheep, "I would come out and support you publicly but I've got all these other relationships to consider!" Please please please find the courage to come out publicly in support of your LGBTQIA+ friends. It's needed. How many LGBTQIA+ people here know what I'm talking about?

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Description: An LGBTQIA+ rainbow sheep stands outside a church full of sheep and asks them, "So you're free to be who you are but I'm not free to be who I am and that's fair how?" THAT'S FAIR HOW? I can hear some gospel enthusiasts proclaiming, "Who said the gospel is about being fair? It's about being RIGHT!" Nah. It's about being fair. We're approaching Advent when we are reminded of the restoration and establishment of balance, justice, unity, and fairness in the world. It's the prophets' predictions become promises. If it's not fair it's not right and it's not good news.

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Description: A very beat up and wounded Jesus is supported by an LGBTQIA+ rainbow sheep. Another sheep asks, "What happened to him?" The rainbow sheep says, "He stood between me and the Church!" To Abuse the Body of Christ is to Abuse Christ Here we continue our meditations on spiritual abuse. When I first posted this older cartoon it caused outrage against non-affirming believers and churches. Like many of my cartoons. Why? Simply, they do not appreciate it when their own theology is turned on them to prove that they don't live up to it themselves. According to what I think is good...

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