The author explains some of the personal context out of which Black, Quare, and Then to Where is written. One part of this personal context involves Black churches' role of moral formation. Another part of this personal context involves the challenges and possibilities that arise when teaching Black sexual ethics—especially oriented within the study of religion, generally, and studies of Christianities, specifically. Quare possibilities emerge from queer theory. Religioethics expand theoethical approaches to the study of Black religion—and Black sexual ethics. Discourses on activism and praxes of Black sexual ethics are presented as a starting point for a broader analysis of democratic nationalist governmental structures. The preface lays that foundation for a text that will be of interest to scholars and practitioners, clergy and laity, nationalists and anarchists—and those who situate themselves variously within and beyond a quare continuum.