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The enormity of the political ramifications of this disclosure scarcely have a second to sink in – a theologian who spends holy days with the Archbishop, whose God-fearing lyrics are sung by millions in America's Bible Belt, coming out as a lesbian – before I begin to reflect on the implications for her personally. She may well, through her commentating work, become a key figure in the liberalisation of Anglicanism. Boycotts of her music are already in place since Beeching decided to speak up for same-sex marriage over a year ago.

Hatred has been flung at her online ever since: "You've been deceived by the devil," is a typical, charming comment. A week later, she arrives at my flat in east London to tell the story of the scar. As a little girl, Vicky Beeching soon became aware of the attitudes towards homosexuality surrounding her. "It was in children's picture books about the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah – hailstones of fire raining down on these cities known for the 'abomination' of homosexuality.

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Beeching's God-fearing lyrics are sung by millions in America's Bible Belt. Vicky Beeching, 35, British star of the American Christian rock scene, one of the most successful artists in US mega-churches and now one of the most sought-after religious commentators in Britain, knows this too.