“The structures we create to order our lives are binary: either/or, yes/no, true/false, right/wrong. I used to write computer code for a living, so I have a pretty good grasp on the concept of binary decision-making. The trouble is, the world, and the minds and bodies we use to navigate it, are not so simple. The important questions nearly always defy such absolute, categorical answers. I’m not just talking about rest rooms… but yes, I am talking about that, too.”
Lynn Hopkins is a lifelong activist and computer geek, ordained into Unitarian Universalist ministry at age 50. Since 2014, Lynn has served the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montgomery with a passion for interfaith religious exploration, a fervent commitment to justice, and a conviction that liberal religion has the potential to transform our wounded and broken world.