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(Another Christian mom and blogger, Jen Hatmaker, came under fire last month for announcing her support of same-sex marriage for the first time.) [The high cost of popular evangelical Jen Hatmaker’s gay marriage comments] In the Facebook post, Melton admitted to her 645,000 followers that yes, it’s been a quick transition to new love. Both Melton and Gilbert, who had not openly been in lesbian relationships before, first shared their news on Facebook, discussed the importance of living their truth and referred to their new partners as “my person.” The similarities reflect what fans immediately notice: Both women value transparency and share an open-life-memoir writing style.
She said her ex-husband supports her relationship with Wambach and that they make “beautiful, modern family” together: “They’re lucky kids, to be surrounded by so much love. Both have undergone spiritual journeys, separations and sexual awakenings.
And you can finally see your past as one long, blessed road leading you home. A post shared by Glennon Doyle (@glennondoyle) on Christian author Glennon Doyle Melton — known as the “ultimate confessional writer” for her honest portrayals of her struggling marriage, addiction and eating disorder — has opened up with another big revelation.
A few Christian writers who champion LGBT rights in the church congratulated Melton on Twitter on Sunday night. Gilbert announced in September she was in a romantic relationship with her female best friend, just two months after divorcing over the summer.
"We think that every day you cross paths with people, and most of them, you miss them, because you do not have the time to talk with them or because there was some missed connection."Even the term "missed connection" likely conjures up images of cringe-worthy Craiglist posts, but Rappaport says he wanted to bring that concept into the modern age.
And so Rappaport, a serial entrepreneur who co-founded Dailymotion, decided to create his first app to act as a sort of hybrid between a travel log and Tinder.
Happn is the hopeless romantic among dating apps, though the concept can sound a little creepy at first.
If you see someone you like, you can "heart" them secretly to indicate interest, but they won't be notified — you're only matched up if you both independently "heart" each other.