The true confessions of a Catholic priest’s Madonna/Whore “backstreet girl“; the memory of religious exclusion from a gay married couple; a review of Revealer contributor Peter Manseau’s new book, Vows; and pioneering Catholic theologian Uta Ranke-Heinemann’s dynamic charges against the Roman Catholic Church’s doctrine on celibacy as a smokescreen that serves mostly to disguise a history of misogyny and fear of women, as well as the predominence of homosexuality in the priesthood, “God Save the Queens.” It can be nothing else but SoMA Review’s Family Values Sex Issue: full of thoughtful critique, delicious audacity, and plenty of dirt. Not to be missed.