David Morrison is a writer and editor who lives, works and worships in the greater Washington DC metropolitan area, where he was born and has lived almost all of his 36 years. Aware of his attraction to other boys from about age 13, Morrison grew up as an isolated, angry adolescent who later turned much of that anger and isolation into the fuel for a seven year run in gay activism. A gay activist until his late twenties, he gradually became disillusioned with actively gay life and, in self-acknowledged despair, turned to God. After his conversion experience Morrison grew in his knowledge and faith in Christ, at first while still homosexually active as an Anglican and, later, as he is today a Roman Catholic committed to chastity.
In addition to writing on issues of faith, identity, sexuality and culture, Morrison has also covered human rights and their abuse in Latin America and the use of women as experimental subjects without their informed consent in population control programs. He has also reported on the growing schism between authentic third world development and population control efforts, the widening gap between first and third world health care and the growing resistance to contraceptive imperialism around the world. Morrison is also a regularly published columnist for New Covenant magazine and a frequent contributor to Our Sunday Visitor. In addition to these journals, Morrison's work has appeared in The Tablet (UK), US Catholic and This Rock, as well as the New York Post, the Washington Times and the Baltimore Sun. He has spoken on issues of sexuality, identity, faith and culture in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Copies of his articles have been reprinted in over 17 languages worldwide.
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