The Hidden Homosexual

The Hidden Homosexual is a groundbreaking, LIVE workshop. 

What a fitting way to honor Pride!

Join the discussion about the personal and cultural effects of Queer history and identity and how “masculine” and “feminine” social constructs have led to sexism, internalized homophobia and anti-Queer violence.

You'll also learn how to:

  • Uncover the connection between sexual stereotypes and political, economic and cultural oppression.
  • Develop the language and tools to explore and discuss the complexity of human sexuality.
  • Overcome dangerous and unhealthy internalized beliefs.
  • Cultivate an appreciation for the richness, beauty and power of sexual diversity and authenticity.
Foster a greater understanding of yourself and others.
Begin the process of healing and empowerment as individuals and as a society.

    This workshop was presented by Rev. Dr. José M. Román, one of the most accomplished theologians in modern spirituality. 

    Now more than ever, we need to better understand ourselves and each other. 

    Coming soon - Join us for this extraordinary offering, “The Hidden Homosexual” presented by Rev. Dr. José M. Román.

    About the Presenter

    Rev. Dr. José M. Román is a graduate of the City University of New York, where he obtained his bachelor and master’s degrees in Economics and minored in Business Administration; he then received his Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law. For the past 30 years he has worked globally on issues such as youth development, LGBTIA+ civil rights, HIV/AIDS, vaccine research, and international emergency relief and development.

    Dr. Román has served on numerous boards, including the Gay Men's Health Crisis, The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission and the board of one of the most celebrated philanthropies serving the blind and visually impaired. A lifelong Christian, Dr. Román’s spirituality has been deeply influenced by Buddhist philosophy and practice. He was formally ordained an Interfaith/Interspiritual minister in 2014. In 2016 he received his Doctorate in Ministry at the New York Theological Seminary.