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Local Voices: Morgen Buck on Love, Christianity & the North Idaho LGBTQ+ Community

When we think of love, we often imagine our own interpretation of what love is. This often reflects not only our love languages but our orientational identities as well. This means that if a man is attracted to women, his understanding of how love is fulfilled and lived out will include another woman and vice versa for different people. Given the experience of love that is unique to one person versus another, there has historically and today been a disconnect on how to interact with those who don’t love the same way others do.