QTBIPOC-Centered community that shares affirmations and spiritual guidance
for the queer and trans community.
A Bit About Us
House of Our Queer provides affirmations and spiritual guidance for the queer and trans community.
House Of Our Queer honors LGBTQ+ bravery and skills of looking inward and trusting our own intuition, our bodies, hearts, and minds for how we build love and connection. We believe that living this truth is the first step we have all taken to awakening our inner spiritual selves. House of Our Queer honors that we, as LGBTQ+ people, have already felt a calling and answered.
House Of Our Queer is a sex and kink positive space. The founder has a background in national LGBTQ+ comprehensive sex ed. advocacy, and brings this lens to the offerings. Shame is too often a controlling partner in institutional religions. In an effort to normalize sexuality and the connection between body and spirit/soul in connection, House Of Our Queer centers this work and invites LGBTQ+ sex educators and organizers to share about their work and their experiences with religion, faith, and sexuality.
IG Live Every Monday
6 PM PT @HouseOfOurQueer
Every week the founder, Bex Mui, M. Ed (she/her) hosts an IG Live “Queer Church” which includes a recharging reading, an astrology update, a weekly spiritual consideration, and closes with a tarot card pull to guide us into the week ahead.
Virtual workshops offer participants in opportunity to connect with other LGBTQ+ and spiritual folks, to share their questions and journey, and learn tools for healing and spiritual growth.
Bex is a professional educator, facilitator, and space-holder. She provides 1:1 offerings for spiritual guidance, sex and desire coaching, and astrology chart/tarot consultations.
Ways to Connect and Support
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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
This is a 60 minute workshop with lecture and participation sections. 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.
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Partner with Us
Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making House Of Our Queer an even better Social Welfare Organization than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.
House Of Our Queer in the Media
More About Us
Feature Friday with House Of Our Queer Founder, Bex Mui
June 11, 2021
With positive energy simply emitting off her, it’s no wonder Bex has a long history of LGBTQ+ activism and is the Founder of House of our Queer (HOOQ), a virtual space she holds in the name of reclaiming LGBTQ+ religion and spiritual practices.
Queer and Trans Affirming Mental and Sexual Health Advocacy
May 24, 2021
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
March 17, 2021
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.