House of Our Queer is a growing community centered on the understanding of Queerness as a Blessing.
We honor LGBTQ+ bravery and value the skill of trusting our own intuition for how we build love and connections in community.
House Of Our Queer is sex and kink positive playspace for energetic and spiritual exploration. We share offerings, provide opportunities to come together in community, and share ritual ideas to support queer and trans wellbeing.
Ways to Connect and Support
Join our growing community
Become a Patreon Member
One of the best ways to support this work is to become a Pateron Member. This supports the labor and intention put into all House Of Our Queer offerings.
Patreons also receive free access to workshop offerings.
Submit Your Kinky Confessional
The Sex & Kink Confessionals is a chance to release, share, let go of, and well, confess any of your thoughts, desires, dreams, fantasies, and fun acts you're holding.
Submit and send away, release and confess here without any fear, shame, stigma... or even recognition if you want.
House of Our Queer is here to provide a container for your desires, and guidance if you seek it.
Ask about our Virtual Workshop
In this workshop offering, participants will learn about a variety of rituals and frameworks that might work for them, including ancestor connection, tarot and astrology, as well as tips for reframing and reclaiming practices such as prayer and celebrating holidays with an LGBTQ lens.
Follow @HouseOfOurQueer on IG
Following @HouseOfOurQUeer is an easy and efficient way of contributing to this growing community.
We share free offerings and spiritual considerations every week.
Partner with Us
House Of Our Queer values meaningful collaborations with other healers, witches, activists, and anyone focused on the spiritual wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ people.
Want to learn more about how to support this work?
Email us today!
House Of Our Queer in the Media
More About Us
Queer and Trans Affirming Mental and Sexual Health Advocacy
Bex believes that a spiritually grounded approach to the work of LGBTQ+ advocacy is increasingly needed in our country.
In this episode, Bex and I talked about not only inclusivity in the spiritual space, but integration as well. We talked about her amazing work, and the ways she has come in to her spiritual beliefs, and more!
The Case for Spirituality as Mental Health Self-Care for Queer Folks
It can be scary to be out as queer and spiritual, let alone religious. But I’ve found myself still connected to mental health supports like prayer and holiday traditions (re-imagined and reclaimed, of course) that my immigrant families have implemented as part of their survival for generations.