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Today on the Man Up to Cancer Podcast! Meet my friend Chris Taylor from Albany, Georgia. Chris was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2010, and he has gone through multiple radiation and chemotherapy treatments. He is a beloved member of the Man Up to Cancer community, and is one of 18 Wolfpack Leaders from across North America. Chris is a U.S. Navy veteran, artist, and a proud gay man. This guy lives his life without apologies and he doesn't have time for BS. I hope you check out our conversation about coping with side effects, his artwork, mental health challenges, and how being gay has colored his cancer journey. #KFG
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S3E2 of The NBS by BSSF Podcast This week's episode we had the pleasure of sitting down with Tonal Coach Pablo Escobar! Check out the show notes to see what we discussed and remember we release episodes every other Monday! Subscribe and don't miss out! 1:00 Introduction of Pablo Escobar Tonal coach and his background in fitness and sports performance world 4:30 Pablo discusses his battles with depression and how movement helped him 7:00 Pablo discusses grad school, studies in clinical psychology and his practice. HIs transition into fitness. 10:00 Jennifer talks about her grad school experience and transition into fitness and nutrition. mental health discussion with all. 17:00 How Pablo started with Tonal and being a voice of diversity in the fitness world. The science behind Tonal. 39:00 Craziest diet trend or fad Pablo tried 41:00 Craziest piece of nutrition advice that gets under Pablo's skin 45:00 Advice for people just starting on a fitness and nutrition journey. 47:00. Wrap up, where to find Pablo on social media Bradley's Facebook and Instagram: www.Facebook.com/BradleyAGoldman @BradleyAGoldman Jennifer's Facebook and Instagram: www.Facebook.com/jenniferbarker15 @1blndbmbshll Never. Been. Stronger. https://bit.ly/3sxdc2y NBS Instagram: @NBSbyBSSF Pablo Escobars Instagram: @TheExercistSF --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nbsbybssf/support
Whether it's showing up on a gay vacation, hitting the bars on the weekend, or walking into work, it can be petrifying to show up in your world as a gay man. So how do you not let being petrified hold you back from living your best gay life? Take a listen and find the three step process I use to full be myself in the world. Join Our Live 40 Plus Gay Men, Gay Talk Chats The first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Pacific, we gather together on a zoom chat to talk about the stuff us gay gays aren't talking about but should - careers, finances, sex, love, health, coming out - all that stuff that we think we're talking about but aren't. It's fun, it builds community, and you never know when you just might make a great connection or a friend. https://rickclemons.com/mens-chats/ (Click Here To Join The Calls!) P.S. get your free My Bold Life Manifesto, right here - https://rickclemons.com/manifesto/ (rickclemons.com/manifesto/) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2Q4nnbt () https://open.spotify.com/show/3D4LvaRQjd5EcHWW4nKmQp ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/forty-plus-real-men-real-talk () http://tun.in/pjrug ()https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-854094 () https://radiopublic.com/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-WoBlp5 ()
J.R. Strayve, Jr. was born to a nomadic military family, attending nine schools before entering college. Following service in the United States Marine Corps, he raised a family. Jerry lived with a gnawing feeling inside that there was something different about him. Never knowing what that was, or why, he proceeded to pursue what was considered to be the American Dream. He achieved all he desired, or so he thought, marriage to a college sweetheart, children, a house with a picket fence. Along with the American Dream life, he describes caring for a daughter with disabilities who they were told would essentially be a vegetable and should be institutionalized. The family forged on together, their special needs daughter was special beyond her own personal limitations. In their special needs daughter, the Strayve family found a commitment that bound them together for thirty years. But through the years, Jerry's difference' that laid dormant inside him, needed to be set free. Jerry reveals the effect of denying who he was his entire life, the effect on him personally, psychologically and emotionally. When he finally acknowledged his identity the life he knew, and some of the people in it, and the relationships he cherished changed. He describes the challenges he's faced In search of pursuing a place in his new life. Jerry Strayve wears his heart on his sleeve, his openness and transparency is a testament to his bravery and courage to leave the life he always wanted to the life he desperately needed.
I'm so excited to kick off my much anticipated interviews with those who have a DISRUPTIVE message to share!TRIGGER WARNING: includes discussions of child sexual abuse, incest & debunking Victim Consciousness as a Gay Man.In this interview, I'm chatting with Sonic Ascension Shaman & Disruptive Genius, Alishina Jaguar Lightning.We are discussing ALL THE THINGS around:- Illuminating the current shift in consciousness which is spreading like wildfire on Earth right now- Unleashing your SONIC VOICE (aka your VOYCE) & reclaiming your Self-Identity- Alishina's upbringing in a Baptist family including sexual abuse & incest which led him to HIDE his VOICE- Following a "traditional" life path including University, career & marriage - then coming out as Gay and going through a huge Dark Night of the Soul- Journeying into Shamanism and finding his VOICE by activating his SONIC Frequency- The emasculation of Gay Men & owning your Gay-Illuminated Genius aka being an ENERGETIC BRIDGE as you claim Sovereignty of both your Masculine & Feminine Energetics- Owning our DISRUPTIVE SELF and the experiences we've had in life that MADE us who we are today aka NO VICTIM CONSCIOUSNESS- and SOOOOO much more!You can also watch the interview here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/w-bP2Kuf3VwAlishina is a Sonic Ascension Shaman and works with clients specifically to find your Iconic Voyce & Signature Tone where Voice + Sexuality = Genius.To connect with Alishina further, go to:- https://www.facebook.com/alishina.lightningOR Join his Facebook community here:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/voicemagik/___________________________Disruptive Consciousness is a Pioneering Higher Dimensional Consciousness Movement in service to Seekers of Freedom, Truth, Wisdom & Self-Evolution created by Leanne Juliette. Disruptive Consciousness encourages you to dive into the depths of who you are in order to Awaken, Activate & Accelerate your own Highest Frequency, Divine Truth & Revolutionary Transformation to create massive waves of Freedom within you across all areas of your Life & your Multidimensional Self.___________________________THE DISRUPTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS MYSTERY SCHOOL (currently being built): https://www.disruptiveconsciousness.comA Mystery School like no other, Disruptive Consciousness is a revolutionary & pioneering Higher Dimensional Consciousness movement in service to Seekers on a quest for Freedom, Truth, Wisdom & Self-Evolution.Where Truth is Medicine.Disruptive Consciousness is a powerfully activating Mystery School & Portal created to be in service to those seeking Freedom, Expansion, Truth, Self-Exploration, Self-Illumination & Revolutionary Transformation by taking the path less travelled into the Unknown.Classes, Workshops, Energetic Activations & Courses included within the Mystery School are aimed at disrupting your current state of being in order to elevate and expand you to a Higher Consciousness - thus creating massive waves of Freedom within you - by transforming you at the Energetic Root which is found within the Multidimensional Shadow.Come join us within the Mystery School & join the New Revolution in Higher Dimensional Consciousness: https://www.disruptiveconsciousness.com ___________________________WEBSITE: https://www.leannejuliette.comDISRUPTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS MYSTERY SCHOOL: https://www.disruptiveconsciousness.comPODCAST: https://leannejuliette.transistor.fmINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/leannejulietteTWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/leannejuliettePINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/leannejuliette___________________________WHO IS LEANNE JULIETTE?Leanne Juliette a powerful Disruptor & Catalyst for Revolutionary Transformation which creates a tsunami effect of Freedom, Expansion, Self-Evolution & Illumination across all areas of your life.Her Medicine is Truth.Leanne Juliette's Medicine is powerful, direct and potently activating Truth which goes to the ENERGETIC ROOT of who you are as a Divine Being - across all Space, Time & Dimensions - thus creating a Tsunami Effect of Revolutionary Transformation, Quantum Healing & Higher Dimensional Consciousness Activations within you - instantaneously.She is a Channel for the Multidimensional Shadow - a unique & pioneering methodology of understanding the Shadow Energetics by way of accessing the Energetic Root within the Multidimensional Consciousness to alchemise Illusion & Shadow into powerful Medicine to revolutionise all areas of your life.★ Support this podcast ★
Natasha interviews Ian Easter on this episode of Mormon Sex Info. Ian Easter talks about growing up gay in a religiously conservative community, going through conversion therapy, recovering from that type of background and his journey into becoming a sex therapist and helping others. You can find Ian on Facebook or at email@example.com. To help keep Mormon Sex Info going past 2022, please donate at mormonsex.info.
Today I'm reacting to a gay man's viral “Message to the Left” in which he calls out in excruciating detail the excesses of the radical LGBTQ+ movement, from sexualizing children to normalizing pedophilia and weaponizing language. Does he nail it or go too far? Let's get into it.
En este episodio entrevistamos al autor #LGBTTTIQ Pedro J Fernández y hablamos de su trabajo como escritor y nos dio una clase de historia sobre la vida de algunas figuras #LGBT de México del siglo XIX
Today, California is seen as a haven for people across a broad spectrum of human sexuality and gender identity. But fifty years ago, even here, being gay meant living in the shadows. It was essentially a crime. It was also considered a mental illness, so judges were committing people to psychiatric hospitals as well as to prisons. Lee Romney brings us the story of Gene Ampon, who was a teenager when he was sent to a California state mental hospital in Atascadero for two years. Lee's reporting is in collaboration with Jenny Johnson, a former public defender who helped start and run the San Francisco Behavioral Health Court.
In this episode I chat with Kris, a 50 year old gay man in the Midwest living with bipolar, mixed episodes. Kris talks about addiction, coping skills, and treatment. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ihavebipolar/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ihavebipolar/support
Happy LGBTQ+ Pride Month! Jayzen is excited to have Brad Baumoel as his guest on the show. After thirty years in banking at JPMorgan Chase, Brad moved into an amazing role with the firm that aligns his professional leadership talents with his passion for his community. As the Global Head of LGBT+ Affairs, Brad leads the firm's center of excellence that develops executives who identify as LGBT+, helping to further their careers by bringing their full selves to work everyday. In celebration of Pride Month, the Lead With Your Brand!™ Podcast has partnered with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, the premier organization working exclusively on LGBTQ+ workplace equality. Each week in June, we'll be featuring an out leader each with an amazing career story to share. In addition, we've assembled an entire collection of shows with LGBTQ+ guests from the past three seasons, including two special roundtable episodes where we explore issues around the trans experience and intersectionality of race and LGBTQ+ in the workplace. The team at Out & Equal has created free downloadable discussion guides, so we encourage you to use the podcast as a virtual “book club” with your ERG or group of friends. Listen to the episodes, download the discussion guides and schedule your group discussion! Check out www.leadwithyourbrand.com/pride for more information. Happy Pride! Guest Bio Brad Baumoel Global Head of LGBT+ Affairs JPMorgan Chase Brad Baumoel is the Global Head of LGBT+ Affairs for JPMorgan Chase, where his career has spanned the last 30 years,. At JPMorgan Chase, Brad has held key roles in Corporate Finance, Asset & Wealth Management and Consumer & Community Banking. Brad came out as a Gay Man at work, 10 years into his professional career and has worked hard on leading aspects of the firm's LGBT+ agenda and their PRIDE Business Resource Group over the last 25 years. In 2021, Brad established and built-out the Office of LGBT+ Affairs, where he's merged his day job with his gay job and now leads their unified, global strategy focused on promoting equity and inclusion for LGBT+ Employees, Clients, Business Partners and Communities. Brad, his husband and their son (an 11 year old German Shepherd), live in New York. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand system, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com
Hey friend! This is Natasha :) If you got any value from today's podcast please do tag me on Instagram as I would love to thank you personally! https://www.instagram.com/natashagrano/ Soo grateful to each of you as together WE have made it into the TOP 3 Apple Podcasts for Education! Beyond excited to announce you can now Pre-order my new book "Be It Until You Become It" AND get my best selling program with it FOR FREE from; www.beituntilyoubecomeit.com ——————- Today I sat down with the amazing Colt Paulsen, also known as the Gay Man with a Spray Tan! He is the host of Kards catch up on E!NEWS And is a Manifesting machine. I just had to bring him on the podcast for you today!! As Kim Kardashian's biggest fan, Colt Paulsen competed on ABC's Big Fan, a game show that places super fan vs. superstar. Here's what we spoke about: ✅ Why we attract who we really are ✅ The TOP THREE manifestation tips ✅ How to reach as many people as possible with your message ✅ Advocating for the LGBTQ+ community ✅ The importance of telling your younger self, ‘you're going to make it' ✅ Why you should just have faith Episode Resources. Connect with Colt Paulson https://www.instagram.com/coltpaulsen/ Connect With Natasha https://www.instagram.com/natashagrano/ Access YOUR FREE GIFTS here: https://bio.site/natashagraziano I'll love to hear from you! Tag me on IG as I repost my favs!
HAPPY PRIDE 2022!We are back for an all new season of Gay For Play, and we're kicking it off by talking about Queer & Queer-*Coded* Villains in video games. Queer coding the bad guy is a trope seen in media for ages, dating back to old Hollywood censorship laws & really entering our generation's collective consciousness through the villains of the Disney Renaissance of the 1990s, right around the same time that the medium of video games started to come into their own. Eric and Laurence discuss how this trope came about and why this trope is harmful, but also why we sometimes have a soft-spot for a queer-coded baddie! We get into our favorite examples of queer-coded villains, as well as some canonically LGBTQ villains in games.Links to articles/videos discussed this episode:-Is Ghirahim Gay or Just Coded That Way? | Queer Tropes in Video Games by Feminist Frequency (via Youtube)-"What Queer Coded Villains Teach Us" by Maddie Ray-"Video Game Baddies and the Power Behind Reclaiming Queer Villainy" by Taryn Urban for Gayming Mag-"Not Just Queer Coded, These Disney Villains Were Designed by a Gay Man" by Taylor Henderson for pride.comWhat Else We're Gay For This Week:-Pokémon Scarlet & Violet-"What's your gender?" by PurpleSloth on itch.io-Fortnite : Zero Build Mode-PlayStation's June 2022 State of Play========Get in touch with us!EMAIL US at firstname.lastname@example.orgFOLLOW G4P Twitter: @GayForPlayPodInstagram: @GayForPlayPodTwitch: twitch.tv/gayforplaypodSupport the Show & Unlock Bonus Episodes on our PATREON========CREDITSIntro and outro music by Connor Marsh (@connorjmarshmallow)Show art by Benny Kessler (@retro.spectacle.studio)Special thanks to our patrons: Blueberri Mary, Elijah Punzal, Trevor McTavish & Martha Turner
On this podcast, Paul goes behind the curtain with the entire cast and playwright of ‘Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man,” now playing at the Greenhouse Theater Center. An uproarious comedy which attracts singles, couples, and bachelorette parties, the show is a hilarious look at true suggestions about creating stronger relationships and […]
¡Chiles! Estamos transicionando y en este episodio Adrián Andrés y Mario Ruiz de Chávez pasan la estafeta a Pablo, Dario y Sam del Río. No te pierdas este episodio en el que nos cuentan qué es lo más interesante de elles.
Abortion is a controversial topic. Some people are in its favor while others are against it. Both types of people have their own arguments that cannot be termed invalid. What are a gay man's views about abortion? Watch this episode and see! Yoel, Sam, Joan, and Clifton are talking about abortions, homophobia, homosexuality, racism, doordash, uber, relationships, and much more in this episode of Yoel's Hangouts Podcast.
NEW Episode "Adopted By A Gay Man" Featuring the Neighborhood Hero Dakari, Founder of Candles In The Sun. As always the fellas provide some much needed Positive Black News the share dialogue on the Buffalo mass shooting, Kendrick Lamar's new album, Black Chyna getting baptized and much more, Tune in it's The Culture Uncut!!!
Si RBD, las Spice Girls, Timbiriche y OV7 se reencontraron (aunque se hayan agarrado de la greña por dinero) ¿por qué los chiles no lo harían? Pico Navarro, Adrián Andrés y Quique Galdeano regresan por este episodio para contar qué fue lo qué pasó en las temporadas pasadas y que no sabían los chileescuchas. Arranquen motores porque esto comienza de nuevo…
A couple of weeks ago I had a really wonderful chat with Nathanial Hall who has appeared in major LGBT TV Shows "Cucumber" and "It's a Sin" In this weeks episode we talk about how Nathanial turned his experience of contracting HIV into a an award winning theatre production, growing up gay and what that has meant to his career and choices he has made. His theatre company and also some advice for those people that may be struggling with their own diagnosis and what that may mean for their careers. I hope you enjoy the episode. I have also written a short film that I am shooting in June and I am currently raising funds to pay the cast and crew for their time. If you can spare a couple of bucks, i'd love your support. You can donate at Go Fund Me If you want to follow Pauls acting journey you can check him out on instagram Follow Danny on instagram or actors making it. If you'd prefer to stream this as a podcast go to www.actorsmakingit.com/episodes --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/actorsmakingit/message
Dennis connects via Zoom with Toren Heymann and Jonathan Agassi, the Tel Aviv, Israel-based filmmaker and subject of the new documentary Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life. The film documents about the rags-to-riches-to rags odyssey of Israeli porn performer Jonathan Agassi who rose to prominence in films like Men Of Israel, Trapped In The Game and Jonathan Agassi Goes Raw, all from director Michael Lucas. Jonathan talks about how he got into porn, the power that came with changing his name and the parts of the business that he loved the most, from having sex with beautiful men to buying lots of shoes. He also talks about his descent into drug use, the first time he tried crystal, how he'd disappear for weeks at a time, and his decision to to let Tomer film him using drugs on camera. He also recalls showing up to early Q & As of the documentary high on drugs and how watching the film and seeing himself use drugs on camera inspired him to get sober. Tomer talks about what drew him to Jonathan as a subject, the moments in the process where he knew he was making a much more serious and intense film than the porn romp he started making and the challenge of getting mainstream audiences to treat this as they would any other acclaimed, award-winning documentary. Other topics include: the deeo relationship Jonathan has with his mother that's at the heart of the film, the Pride Festival where Jonathan first realized the power of his sex appeal, why he loved attending the Hustlaball in Berlin, taking inspiration from Madonna's Sex book, Jonathan's current job working in a supermarket where he often gets recognized by fans of his porn and the warning from Oprah that went unheeded. www.heymannfilms.com
This week Clemmie explores happiness, or maybe contentment....or should that be joy? Either way, her guest is one of her mum's faves, and two-time Brit award winner Will Young. Will shot to fame in 2002 after winning the first series of Pop Idol. He has released seven albums, four of which hit Number One in the UK charts, and he has 10 million record sales and two Brit Awards to his name. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. Will is a leading voice in mental-health awareness. His highly acclaimed book 'To be a Gay Man' explored mental-health awareness, particularly within the LGBTQ+ community with a focus on gay shame. He has a podcast - ‘The Wellbeing Lab' - where he interviews experts on different mental health topics each week, AND his second book ‘Be Yourself Only Happier' is released imminently. In this episode Clemmie finds out what makes Will happy and what steps he's taken in his life to ensure he stays that way. Plus they do not talk about dry stone walling. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford and Will @willyoungofficial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Comedian Oscar Aydin joins Erica Spera this week to discuss the blowjob chapter from the book "Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man". Oscar shares some of his own tips and tricks, how much you should communicate with your partner, and why it's ok to ask your partner about their hygiene habits. The end of the episode features a Patreon Preview. Get extra exclusive episodes & your questions answered by Erica on the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Shootersgottashoot Follow us on Instagram: Erica Spera: instagram.com/spericaa // Oscar Aydin: instagram.com/itsoscaraydin // Podcast: instagram.com/shootersgottashootpod Email us your questions & DM stories at: email@example.com or DM us **LEAVE A RATING AND REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS** If you'd like to join Erica's NYC based Herpes Support group: https://www.meetup.com/NYC-Herpes-Support-Meetup/ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.shootersgottashoot.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shootersgottashoot/support
Podcast guest 434 is Mark Nelson who during his near death experience went to a dark place. After his NDE experience he changed from being gay to straight. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/support
From Gay Atheist to Converted Christian. Author of the Book "A Change of Affection: A Gay Man's Incredible Story of Redemption" Becket Cook. ACU Sunday Series. To watch the entire interview visit- https://youtu.be/dlLXqmc4UUQ How to Share Christ with LGBTQ People | Guest: Becket Cook 2,617 views Allie Beth Stuckey 189K subscribers Today we're talking to Becket Cook, host of "The Becket Cook Show" on YouTube & Author of the Book "A Change of Affection: A Gay Man's Incredible Story of Redemption". We discuss Becket's testimony, how he went from being raised Catholic to spending his college years and early adult life with no faith, very much caught up in the gay culture of California, to his conversion experience and redemption in Christ. We also talk about how to approach different situations in which Christians often find themselves at odds with secular culture. Should Christians attend their gay friends' weddings? Should they use transgender people's "preferred pronouns"? Becket gives his thoughts on how to navigate these scenarios in the most biblical and loving way possible. #theology #apologetics #christianity
As RuPaul sez, "If you can't love yourself, how the hell you going to love someone else?" But what many of us as gay men don't realize is when we love ourselves, all is well, all is coming, all is delicious. Our guest today, Jerome Braggs, guides, teaches, and illuminates ways for us as gay men to step into the powerful space of loving ourselves fully. About Jerome In 2004, Jerome checked into the hospital with what he thought was the flu, but instead got diagnosed with anemia, pancreatitis, giardia, pneumonia, kidney failure and AIDS. Then, doctors gave him seven days to live. Using what he knew about the Law of Attraction, he miraculously healed himself after three months, and thought he knew the answer to healing, manifestation, and wellness, until he found himself back in that same hospital, with the exact same diagnosis, a year and half later. But this time, doctors gave him 48 hours to live. On his deathbed, he had a Near Death Experience (NDE), where he was told by Source that the true key to healing and wellbeing was to: “wholly love yourself.” After that NDE, he began a mystical journey with self-love where he learned to heal himself, and miraculously transform his entire life into something more well and delicious than he could have ever imagined. Since then, he has heeded the call to share his miraculous story, and this sacred + transformative lesson: “When we love ourselves, all is well, all is coming, and all is delicious. But not a moment before.” Connect With Jerome https://jeromebraggs.com/ (Website) http://www.facebook.com/jeromebraggsselflove (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/jeromebraggsintuitive/ (Instagram) Hey Guys, Check This Out! Are you a guy who keeps struggling to do that thing? You know the thing you keep telling yourself and others you're going to do, but never do? Then it's time to get real and figure out why. Join the 40 Plus Men's Circle. Learn about about - http://40plusmenscircle.com/ (Click Here!) Break free of fears. Make bold moves. Live life without apologies P.S. get your free My Bold Life Manifesto, right here - https://rickclemons.com/manifesto/ (rickclemons.com/manifesto/) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2Q4nnbt () https://open.spotify.com/show/3D4LvaRQjd5EcHWW4nKmQp ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/forty-plus-real-men-real-talk () http://tun.in/pjrug ()https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-854094 () https://radiopublic.com/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-WoBlp5 ()
Sensitivity is one of the most misunderstood temperament traits due to toxic gender norms and stereotypes about masculinity and femininity. Come learn about the science of sensitivity and ditch the stigma you may have inherited about what it means to be a sensitive gay man. In today's episode, host Matt Landsiedel unpacks all you need to know about sensitivity with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Chris Horan. Together they explore questions like: What does it mean to be sensitive? (the science and the stigma) What is a Highly Sensitive Person?Our sensitivity storiesUnique challenges of being a sensitive manWhy do gay men and HSP have such similar struggles?Challenges we face as sensitive peopleBenefits of being a sensitive person Take the HSP test to find out if you are a Highly Sensitive Person Join the next Authentic Relating & Empowerment (ARE) 8 week course Watch this ep on YouTube - Connect with us - Join the private Facebook community Take the "Healing Your Shame" course Instagram GayMenGoingDeeper.com Patreon -— Join the Gay Men Going Deeper Membership coaching community!
Compulsory heterosexuality, who's she? On this episode, we learn about the Lesbian Google Doc: a 30-page guide called "Am I a Lesbian?". Originally posted by an anonymous Tumblr user, the doc earned a cult following for its comprehensive and relatable descriptions of compulsory heterosexuality. AKA: the societal pressure to be straight. Pers tells us about how it all applies to her journey and how her feelings toward men have always been (and continue to be) complex. She even gets real about a recent attraction she felt for a man — and how that doesn't change her identity as a gay woman. Plus, our very first MERCH collection is finally here! 100% of the proceeds from every sale will go to 2 organizations making an impact in the Canadian LGBTQIA+ community: Pflag Canada and Casey House. Shop the collection here: https://tinyurl.com/2p83fepr Access the "Am I a Lesbian?" doc here: https://www.docdroid.net/N46Ea3o/copy-of-am-i-a-lesbian-masterdoc-pdf#page=19
If you would like to have a better understanding of Authenticity, this Fireside Chat With Maddox is for you. My guests, Ed Salamanca, Randy Woodring, and Britt East and I take a deep dive into what it means to be an authentic gay man. We each delve into questions such as...In the past, what has stood in your way of being authentic?What does NOT being authentic cost you?How do you know when you are actually authentic?What do you gain by showing up authentically?The conversation was deep, very connected, playful at times, and chock-full of golden nuggets of wisdom.Ed's newsletterRandy's websiteBritt's website
Derek Campbell, Mark Mitchell and Sheree Gayman talk about upcoming city wide events and updates on the city roads along with the Austin Bridge completion date.
We are back!!!!!!! And we have a great episode for you today, an episode that we believe it will be as enlightening to all of you as it was for us. To talk about this topic and share with us his expirence we have a friend and a collaborator LandoStyle. On this episode of Ohh cupid we discus how "every coming out experience is unique", and to believe in yourself, because it gets better. Hit play and enjoy the show.Follow our guest in IG @landostyle https://instagram.com/landostyle?utm_medium=copy_linkThank you for the listen.Your support is very important to us at Ohh Cupid! Network and Ohh cupid! The podcast.Please LIKE, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE and if you enjoy our content leave us a Five STARS rating and let us know how much you like our content, by doing this your are helping Ohh Cupid! Network and Ohh Cupid The Podcast to grow, improve and allow us to continue to bring you a great show.One more thing: follow Ohh Cupid on IG, FB, Tiktok And twitter. We'r always posting interesting thing and you might even get a hint of our next episode. Thank you all and much love from the Ohh Cupid! Family.All music on this episode is from YouTube Audio Library.Song. Sunset n Beachz By. OfshaneLicensed by. YouTube Audio Library
Last episode of the year? Pardon me??? We cap off a whirlwind year with a little reflection + prediction, and a lot of love. Since launching the podcast this year, we've been so grateful to build a small community of pals from around the world. We talk about what this pod and that community has taught us. Plus, what we're most proud of this year both personally and professionally. Then, we read letters we wrote to our future selves — only to be revisited one year from now. Come join us for an end of 2021 party! Catch ya in 2022, friends.
A gay man was brutally attacked in Coney Island, Uber still can't their transgender policies together, Candace Parker comes out on Instagram & I remember bell hooks. Show Notes 00:00 - Welcome & Intro 01:16 - The Kaya Kollection Ad 01:52 - Intro Music 02:33 - A gay man was brutally attacked in Coney Island 04:34 - Uber still can't their transgender policies together 05:27 - Candace Parker comes out on Instagram 06:44 - Anna's Got a Word: Remembering bell hooks About Queer News An intersectional approach to daily news podcast where race & sexuality meet politics, entertainment and culture. Tune-in to reporting which centers & celebrates all of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & comrade communities. Hosted by Anna DeShawn. 7 minutes a day, 5 days a week, ready by 9 a.m. We want to hear from you. Tune in, and tell us what you think. Email us at email@example.com. Follow Anna DeShawn on IG & Twitter: @annadeshawn. And if you're interested in advertising with “Queer News,” write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the fourth episode of Season 2 of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast, host Daralyse Lyons explores the ways in which multiple communities are coming together in ways that amplify love and inclusion. By exploring how the LGBTQ+ community, various faith communities, and assorted secular communities are working to increase LGBTQ+ safety and visibility, this episode focuses on effective inclusion practices, while also shining a light on the ways in which there is still room for growth. In this episode, you will learn about: The critical importance of intersectionality, what it is, and how it can support in creating inclusivity not just for LGBTQ+ folks, but for anyone. The importance of partnerships between the LGBTQ+ and faith communities, and how both can be driving forces of identity. Ideas for how to do the deep work of fully realizing your own, unique identity. How championing people to honor and embrace all of who they are creates the most inclusive spaces, and prioritizes individuals over their isolated identity markers. The importance of Pride, and other festivals that celebrate humanity in creating safe, inclusive and joyous spaces. That there is no, one, singular experience of “identity.” Our guests in this episode include: Kasey Suffredini - CEO & National Campaign Director for Freedom For All Americans, a bipartisan organization whose mission it is to secure full nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people nationwide. Kasey is a nationally recognized campaign strategist and expert in LGBTQ issue advocacy. Cathy Renna - Kathy is the Principal of Target Cue and Communications Director at the National LGBTQ Task Force. Cathy has played a central role in shaping nearly all major issues affecting media representation of the LGBTQ+ community, from the beating death of Matthew Shepard in 1998 to the fight for marriage equality to working with the team that coordinated historic coverage for the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall. Patrick Sammon - one of the co-authors and co-directors of the documentary CURED, which is an in depth illumination of the struggle between LGBTQ activists and advocates and the American Psychiatric Association to remove homosexuality from its manual of mental illness. Britt East - Inspirational Speaker and Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author of “A Gay Man's Guide to Life: Get Real, Stand Tall and Take Your Place.” Robyn Ochs - Educator, speaker, grassroots activist, and editor of Bi Women Quarterly and two Bi+ specific anthologies: the 42-country collection “Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World” and “RECOGNIZE: The Voices of Bisexual Men.” Yuval David - Award-winning actor, host, filmmaker and advocate whose most recent work, a full-length documentary entitled “Wonderfully Made,” specifically engages with what he refers to as LGBTQ+R - which means, “LGBTQ + Religion.” Reverend Naomi Washington-Leapheart - Director for Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs for the City of Philadelphia and former Faith Outreach Director at the National LGBTQ Task Force, Angel Gravely - Bisexual educator, writer, speaker, and advocate based in the Philadelphia area. Since 2013, she has worked to bridge opportunity and knowledge gaps between marginalized and privileged communities by addressing LGBTQ+ issues from an intersectional lens. Jen O'Ryan - the founder of Double Tall Consulting, and the author of “Inclusive AF: A Field Guide for Accidental Diversity Experts.” Rayceen Pendarvis - "Queen of The Shameless Plug, the Empress of Pride and The Goddess of DC" is a father of five, grandfather of two and mother of many. Reverend Rebecca Seely - Becca Seely is the executive director of The Vine NYC campus ministry network and its parent organization, Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education. She graduated from Yale Divinity School in 2012 with a Master of Divinity and also holds a Certificate in Advanced Theological Studies from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. She is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Currently, she serves students directly as co-pastor of LaMP, pastor of PRiSM, and as a chaplain at New York University. Kelly Inviere - the author of Where the Light Shines Through: A Memoir in Poetry. She is a poet, author, and artist living in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Click here for a full transcript of this episode.
In the third episode of Season 2 of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast, host Daralyse Lyons dives into the exclusionary forces at play against the LGBTQ+ community in both secular and spiritual communities. Daralyse also investigates the conflict that many LGBTQ+ folks face in finding adequate support within the LGBTQ+ community itself. In this episode, you will learn about: Past historical systemic exclusionary practices towards LGBTQ+ identifying people, and the harmful legacy that these practices have left to this day. The struggle that LGBTQ+ people face in finding support within the LGBTQ+ community itself, particularly when it comes to Bi+ identity. The other types of discrimination that LGBTQ+ people face around their race, age, religious beliefs, and other components that make up an individual's identity. The ways that theological texts are being used as a weapon against LGBTQ+ individuals. The role that faith communities currently play in uniting LGBTQ+ groups, and the greater potential for faith-based groups to give voice to LGBTQ+ identifying people. The importance of passing protective legislation and the dangers of allowing organizations to refuse service or employment to individuals based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Our guests in this episode include: Kasey Suffredini - CEO & National Campaign Director for Freedom For All Americans, a bipartisan organization whose mission it is to secure full nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people nationwide. Kasey is a nationally recognized campaign strategist and expert in LGBTQ issue advocacy. Cathy Renna - Kathy is the Principal of Target Cue and Communications Director at the National LGBTQ Task Force. Cathy has played a central role in shaping nearly all major issues affecting media representation of the LGBTQ+ community, from the beating death of Matthew Shepard in 1998 to the fight for marriage equality to working with the team that coordinated historic coverage for the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall. Patrick Sammon - one of the co-authors and co-directors of the documentary CURED, which is an in depth illumination of the struggle between LGBTQ activists and advocates and the American Psychiatric Association to remove homosexuality from its manual of mental illness. Britt East - Inspirational Speaker and Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author of “A Gay Man's Guide to Life: Get Real, Stand Tall and Take Your Place.” Robyn Ochs - Educator, speaker, grassroots activist, and editor of Bi Women Quarterly and two Bi+ specific anthologies: the 42-country collection “Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World” and “RECOGNIZE: The Voices of Bisexual Men.” Yuval David - Award-winning actor, host, filmmaker and advocate whose most recent work, a full-length documentary entitled “Wonderfully Made,” specifically engages with what he refers to as LGBTQ+R - which means, “LGBTQ + Religion.” Reverend Naomi Washington-Leapheart - Director for Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs for the City of Philadelphia and former Faith Outreach Director at the National LGBTQ Task Force, Angel Gravely - Bisexual educator, writer, speaker, and advocate based in the Philadelphia area. Since 2013, she has worked to bridge opportunity and knowledge gaps between marginalized and privileged communities by addressing LGBTQ+ issues from an intersectional lens. Jen O'Ryan - the founder of Double Tall Consulting, and the author of “Inclusive AF: A Field Guide for Accidental Diversity Experts.” Rayceen Pendarvis - "Queen of The Shameless Plug, the Empress of Pride and The Goddess of DC" is a father of five, grandfather of two and mother of many. Reverend Rebecca Seely - Becca Seely is the executive director of The Vine NYC campus ministry network and its parent organization, Lutheran Ministries in Higher Education. She graduated from Yale Divinity School in 2012 with a Master of Divinity and also holds a Certificate in Advanced Theological Studies from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. She is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Currently, she serves students directly as co-pastor of LaMP, pastor of PRiSM, and as a chaplain at New York University. Click here for a full transcript of this episode.