Chasten Buttigieg Biography|Chasten Buttigieg Wiki
Chasten grew up in Traverse City, Michigan. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in theater and global studies in 2011, he became a drama teacher in Milwaukee.
Chasten Buttigieg Age
Born on June 23, 1989 in Traverse City, MI Chasten is 30 yaers of age as of early 2020 and turnds 21 on his birthday this year.
Chasten Buttigieg Height
He stannds at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match his height.
Chasten Buttigieg Education|Chasten Buttigieg College
He attended Northwester n Michigan College in 2009, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire ib 2011 and finally DePaul university in 2017.
Chasten Buttigieg Parents |Chasten Buttigieg Family
His Parents are Terry Glezman and Sherri Glezman .When openning up about his sexuality Chasten told his family last. Scared he wouldn’t keep his nerve to say the words out loud, he sat his parents down in the living room and passed them a letter. “I remember my mom crying,” he says, “and the first thing she asked me was if I was sick. I think she meant, like, did I have AIDS?”
He left home and after a few months returneed after his mother called him and this time thwy had a much more comfortable talk. His parents later walked him down the isle as he married Pete.
Chasten Buttigieg Husband
Chasten and Pete met on a dating app and went on their first date in September 2015 in South Bend. They got married in June 2018, in a ceremony at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. James in South Bend.
The couple have two rescue dogs they mention regularly on the campaign trail. The first dogs of South Bend, Truman and Buddy, have their own Twitter account that Chasten runs.
Chasten Buttigieg Networth
His exact Salary and networth are still under investigation we will update hwen accurate information is available.His husband however has an estimated networth of $100,000,
Chasten Buttigieg Election
“The time has come for more of a religious left to emerge in our country that lets people know they are not alone when they look at faith,” former 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg said nearly a year ago.
Buttigieg dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Sunday, but he will go down in history for more than being the first openly gay man to mount a major presidential campaign. Another lasting impact he will have on American politics: his vocal embrace of his faith. This aspect of his campaign moved me as a gay progressive Christian. It was also an incredibly important moment of representation for people who are both religious and part of the LGBTQ community.
LGBTQ people of faith are often erased from our public discourse that portrays LGBTQ rights as mutually exclusive from religious belief. Buttigieg campaigning with his husband Chasten by his side, and quoting the Bible at every turn, busted that narrative wide open. Buttigieg spoke about his faith in personal and political terms.
The former South Bend mayor found his faith as a student on a Rhodes scholarship in Oxford, England, and upon returning to Indiana, he became a member of the Cathedral of St. James, part of the Episcopal Church. He and Chasten were married there, a step Buttigieg said moved him “closer to God.” The denomination had evolved on same-sex marriage and even elected an openly gay bishop, the Right Rev. Gene Robinson. “The natural weapon against a gay man is religion,” Robinson told CNN. “By appropriating religion and being an authentically Christian person, [Buttigieg] has robbed the opposition of using that weapon against him.”
Chasten Buttigieg Wikipedia
As of March 2020 there is no written Wikipedia information about Chasten. We will update if there is any information written.
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