PRE-ORDER THE RAINBOW PARENTING BOOK!! GET YOUR "A FRIEND OF TEDDY'S" MERCH! This very special episode is a recording of the LIVE PANEL that took place in October as part of the first ever Queer Teachers Rock Conference! Lindz chats with Dr. Josh Jenkins, friend of the pod Emi Aguilar, and Willy Villalpando about the good and the bad facing queer and trans educators today. If you like the episode please consider leaving a positive review and supporting the Queer Kid Stuff Patreon! Follow Josh, Emi, and Willy! Find Us Online - Queer Kid Stuff Website: https://www.queerkidstuff.com - Monthly Newsletter Signup: https://bit.ly/qksnewslettersignup - Patreon: patreon.com/queerkidstuff - Instagram: instagram.com/queerkidstuff - Twitter: twitter.com/queerkidstuff - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Production - Host & Creator: Lindz Amer - Producer: Multitude - Editor: Mischa Stanton - Theme Music: Amanda D'Archangelis - Artwork: Abe Tensia About The Show Welcome to Rainbow Parenting, a queer- and gender-affirming parenting podcast. Every week, queer educator Lindz Amer starts conversations about the intimidating first steps on how to affirm queer, trans, and nonbinary kids. They talk to experts who explain how to approach age-relevant early childhood sex ed, queer kid lit, gender reveal parties, and much more. And this isn't just for parents; educators, caregivers, librarians, and anyone who knows, loves, and works with kids can start the process of raising a whole generation! New episodes dropping every Monday. Produced in partnership with Multitude.
Josh Jenkins and Adam Cooney discuss who should blink first in the deals holding up the trade period, and Adam lists his best 23s for Fremantle & Carlton and gets the puzzle pieces in place with his five-club mega trade.
Josh Jenkins and Adam Cooney weigh up whether staying or going will be most beneficial for Esava Ratugolea, look at the best 22s for Port and Adelaide next year, and strike peace between Geelong & Collingwood over Ollie Henry in the mega trade.
After a fast start, the trade period has ground to a halt in recent days. Josh Jenkins & Adam Cooney look at the future of Esava Ratugolea, and why it's difficult for Geelong and Port Adelaide to evaluate his worth.
On Monday morning, Josh Jenkins and Adam Cooney discussed Jason Horne-Francis' trade request to Port Adelaide, Harry McKay's long term extension at Carlton, and the other deals likely to get done with the opening of the trade period today. Throughout the show, they were joined by Josh Gabelich, who spoke to multiple list managers as they entered AFL HQ this morning.
Josh Jenkins & Adam Cooney react to Jason Horne-Francis' request of a trade to Port Adelaide, with Adam drawing comparisons to his own position when drafted to the Bulldogs with Pick 1 in 2003.
Josh Jenkins & Adam Cooney wind back to 2014, when Tom Boyd and Ryan Griffen were traded between the Bulldogs and Giants. What was a shock move at the time, led to even more extraordinary events in the following years...
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins react to Jordan De Goey's impeding re-signing with Collingwood, B&F night at Geelong, and wind back to 2001 for the Trade rewind. JJ explains his own experience of being 'salary dumped', he rounds out The Budget for clubs from Richmond - Western Bulldogs, and the boys argue whether the Dogs count the pre-season in their B&F?
Brodie Grundy is one of the competition's best ruckmen, and a highly respected teammate... so why are the Pies keen to move him on? Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins analyse the Pies' opinion of their centre-clearance work, and what they feel they can gain through sacrificing him.
Brisbane are set to tap into draft, trade period and free agency market as they look to take the final steps towards their elusive premiership - how will they line up in Round 1 should all go to plan?
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins assess the departure of Josh Dunkley from the Bulldogs after winning their B&F, how he could get to Brisbane via a Mega Trade with Fremantle, what the Lions' Best 22 could look like next year with Will Ashcroft also inbound, and Josh calls for the Dees to open the chequebook for Port Adelaide young gun in The Budget.
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins reflect on Damian Barrett's comments on the Hawthorn investigation, which Barrett described as the 'most serious allegations' levelled against people within the AFL system.
Cam Luke and Josh Jenkins trace the recent history of the Brisbane Lions, who have played finals in each of the past four seasons. Can this off-season not only keep them in the window, but break through the ceiling for an elusive premiership?
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins discuss Fremantle's list conundrum as they look to bring in Luke Jackson and keep Rory Lobb, and whether Sam Weideman has any currency on the market, and how he should sell himself. Josh's mega trade helps want away Hawks and and Pies find new homes, the boys reflect on the biggest deal of 2014, and there's analysis of Damian Barrett's comments this morning regarding the Hawthorn investigation.
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins look at where Lachie Hunter would slot in best as he looks for a move away from the Bulldogs, and how Collingwood should best manage the weighty contracts of Brodie Grundy & Jordan De Goey. Josh rolls out The Budget for clubs from Adelaide - Essendon, his latest Mega Trade, and there's a recap of the big news from this morning's chat with Port Adelaide Football GM Chris Davies.
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins analyse Fremantle's list conundrum, with wantaway forward-ruck Rory Lobb under contract and Luke Jackson expected to sign a bumper deal. With Matt Taberner and Josh Treacy unable to deliver consistently, what is the best way forward this off-season?.0
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins look at how Collingwood can best manage the weighty contracts of Jordan De Goey and Brodie Grundy this trade period, with Dan McStay and Bobby Hill expected to join the club.
Julian de Stoop & Josh Jenkins kick off Trade Mornings for 2022, with Josh reflecting on Geelong's Grand Final win and forecasting how they can get Ollie Henry in the door. Jack Graham's potential exit from Richmond, Jordan De Goey's contract offer, and the first Mega Trade of the season are also on the agenda.
Julian De Stoop & Josh Jenkins run their eye over the worth of Ollie Henry, who's heavily rumoured to leave Collingwood for Geelong, and the balance Richmond face in likely losing Jack Graham while bringing in Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto.
Ed Langdon's comments about Collingwood, is the top 8 set?, Duck wanders in from North Melbourne's 1996 Premiership Reunion, Geelong's Isaac Smith, Adelaide camp fallout continues, Pub Quiz Semi Final 1 - Joey vs Ross, Hitching the Caravan, Carlton Assistant Coach Aaron Hamill, trade and free agent rumoursSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.