RAINBOW COUNTRYA 2 HOUR Nationally Syndicated Gay radio show & Canada's #2 LGBT Podcast working to give voice to the LGBT Community & BEYOND! ON EPISODE 307:Award-Winning Journalist#RheaRollmannJoins me in conversation to talk aboutCanada's Gender Affirming Health CareHer TRANS Journey & MORE!+Filmmaker #ChaseJoynt talks #FramingAgnesThe Award-Winning new #TRANS documentaryFor the FULL 2 hour episodes of Rainbow Country:Mark Tara Archiveshttp://marktara.com/RCarchives.html
This week, we are highlighting the godfather of voguing, Willi Ninja as our #QueerHistory. After catching the attention of director Jennie Livingston and being the subject of the critically-acclaimed documentary Paris is Burning, Willi Ninja and voguing became a mainstay of ballroom and popular culture. His contribution to queer people as a whole is unparalleled, and the reason we are so excited to tell his story on this week's episode. Then, Marko and Tony sit down to talk about the decision to get married, why it made sense for them, and what their union means to themselves and each other. Is Marko a good husband? Was marriage the right decision for Tony? All these questions were answered during this week's conversation. Then, for the season 5 finale, the guys bring you the June edition of Listener Sh!tuations, where they answer your relationship questions and give you guidance, Critelli-style.Articles:TIME: Gays and Lesbians Have Different Reasons to Get Gay Married, Study SaysTIME: Please Don't Make Me Get Gay MarriedShit to Put On Your Radar:Relationsh!t is taking a much-needed break. The Critellis are cutting season 5 short and will return on September 7th for season 6 of the podcast. Re-listen to previous episodes and get all your Critelli content ahead of the new season of Relationsh!t.BUY A RELATIONSH!T T-SHIRT!!! Sizes are limited so hurry now and get your very own Relationsh!t Podcast t-shirt HERE!Our friends over at If These Ovaries Could Talk have been contributing to the queer narrative by telling stories about building queer families and showing how “normal” it is for us all. Give them a listen and support this incredibly important queer narrative!Sh!t | Leave us a voicemail with your relationship sh!tuation at (903) POD- SHIT. That's (903) 763-7448. You can also fill out a Listener Sh!tuation on our website, podrelationshit.com, or email us at email@example.com. Visit Us | www.podrelationshit.com for more Relationsh!t content and information about the podcast.Donate | Head over to patreon.com/podrelationshit and start donating today! Your donations will give you early access to the podcast, behind-the-scenes interviews with our weekly guests, and merchandise.Rate Us | Go to your favorite podcast directory and give Relationsh!t a 5-Star rating, and a fantastic review!Follow Us | Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @podrelationshitAnd follow Marko and Tony on Instagram (@thecritellis) if you want a BTS look into their relationship and adventures!Support the show
This is Episode 3, Season 4 of The TMI Project Podcast: Pride Stories featuring Ness White. This episode was written collaboratively by Eva Tenuto, Blake Pfeil, and Julie Novak, produced and edited by Eva Tenuto, and mixed and mastered by Stevie Manns. It was co-produced by Radio Kingston and sponsored in part by MrJulieTees.com.Ness (he/him) is a storyteller living in Rosendale, NY. Taking a pause from the poet duo Nia & Ness, he is refocusing his energy on developing individually as an artist and human. When he's not writing, you might see him walking or jogging the Walkill Valley Rail Trail or bringing a food delivery to your door.
Love is too beautiful to be hidden in the closet.Happy Pride Day to everyone. Pride month is celebrated every June as a tribute to those who were involved in the Stonewall Riots. In turn, many pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBTQ+ community has had in the world.In honor of Pride Day, we interviewed our tocaya Lizette (Wendy). Wendy came to the U.S at a young age from Mexico and grew up in a traditional Catholic household. She shares the challenges she faced growing up while discovering that she had an attraction for females. Although coming out to her family was not easy, her determination to be her authentic self regardless of who supported her, has led her to create a beautiful life with her wife and daughters. Download and listen now to hear her story of love and resilience.@liz_2038If you are interested in researching where Wendy and her wife went to conceive their baby please click this link https://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com/the-center.
Today we have the honor of sharing two U.S. veteran stories, both out gay military service members who were in basic training together fifteen years ago and have not seen each other since. Army Veterans Cliff Brown, who is a project manager at Home Base, and Jade Griffiths, who works today as a 911 dispatcher, talk to us and each other about how life was for them as LGBTQ-identifying soldiers during Don't Ask Don't Tell and after it was repealed, about President Trump's 2017 reenactment of the Transgender service ban, and how things are going today. Like all periods of struggle for equal rights, you need to look backwards to look ahead, and it's important for us to continue shed light on these issues and share peoples' stories. As we near the end of June, we wanted to wish our listeners a Happy Pride month.###If you are your loved one is experiencing any emotional, mental health struggles, you are not alone and please contact Home Base at (617) 724-5202, or visit www.homebase.org.Sign up to join us in person or virtually for the 13th Annual Run to Home Base at runtohomebase.org.Theme music for Home Base Nation: "Rolling the tree" by The Butler FrogsAdditional music in today's episode: "A Gentle Transition" by Immersive Music, purchased and licensed through Premium Beat; and "Lighter" by Crowander, used under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommericial 4.0 licensing termFollow Home Base on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedInThe Home Base Nation Team is Steve Monaco, Maureen Roderick, Laurie Gallagher, Karianne Kraus, Lucy Little, Taylor Orlando, with COO Michael Allard, Brigadier General Jack Hammond, and Peter Smyth.Producer and Host: Dr. Ron HirschbergProducer, Sound, Editor: Lucy LittleChairman, Home Base Media Lab: Peter SmythHome Base Nation is the official podcast of Home Base Program for Veterans and Military Families, a partnership of the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation. To learn more and connect with us at Home Base Nation: www.homebase.org/homebasenation. To Donate to Home Base where every dollar goes to the care of veterans and military families that is cost to them, go to: www.homebase.org/donate.The views expressed by guests to the Home Base Nation podcast are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by guests are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Home Base, the Red Sox Foundation or any of its officials.
Julie Dorf, co-chair of the Council for Global Equality, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss what the United States has done and could do to advance LGBTQI+ rights around the world. Documents and Speeches Mentioned Hillary Clinton, “Human Rights Day Speech” (2011) Hillary Clinton, “Women's Rights are Human Rights” (1995) Joseph R. Biden, Memorandum on Advancing the Human Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex Persons Around the World (2021)
The Texas Republican Convention builds a bunker of hate, but Strands for Trans launches a cutting, clandestine counter-attack led by Billy Porter and Lynae Vanee! Sounds before, during and after the world-changing LGBTQ rebellion at New York City's Stonewall Inn that initiated an era of Pride. And in NewsWrap: Admiral Rachel Levine comments on how the overthrow of Roe v. Wade threatens U.S. queer rights, Japanese plaintiffs Machi Sakata and Yuki Kawata face the rejection of their marriage equality case with other activists at the Osaka District Court, the global governing bodies for water sports and rugby effectively ban trans females from competition, Sao Paulo Pride parades before millions to an anti-Bolsonaro tune, RuPaul reads the riot act to anti-drag queen lawmakers, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Joe Boehnlein and David Hunt (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the June 27, 2022 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/
This week, one man's poetic tribute to unborn children and Lucy Liu also, the mother of a dead LAPD officer files a lawsuit against the department because apprently his coworkers beat him to death during a training exercize meant to simulate antifa combat And finally, we tally up exactly how much pixar is willing to spend to show your child two grandmas kissing each other Support abortion access networks in states with current and impending abortion bans: https://thatawfulsound.com/abortion Support the show for only $3.11/mo at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult and get 20% off the website, a bonus episode every week, and instant access to every previous bonus episode. Music: White Lung - Those Girls Speed - Not That Nice The Marked Men - Going Crazy
Non binary producer & artist, Chicle, uses media to highlight the hardships and accomplishments of the transgender and non-binary communities. They are also founding member of the House of B@D Vibes, a collective that hosts events to give artists a stage to showcase their art.Currently, Chicle is working on various projects such as podcasts, live events, and a docuseries.
HEY EVERYONE! 14th Episode of Season 2. It's Pride Month in America! This will be overall a more of a lighthearted conversation with more political and societal theory tossed in the end. I was lucky enough to have some people to share pride with me this time, but if you are not as lucky as I am but you still have the ability to access LGBTQ content online, then I highly recommend engaging with as many safe spaces and content as possible, especially as positive representation can actually be comforting and healing, especially for us queer folk who often find our community and families outside of our birthplace. Recommendations I forgot to mention are "The Owl House", "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power", "Adventure Time" and "Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts". Feel free to search Children LGBTQ+ representation for more lighthearted, happy and friendly representation. Ooh and definitely read, " D'Vaughn and Kris Plan a Wedding". Such a good book. Thank you Hellen for the recommendation. I talk a little bit about Lesbophobia and the need for lesbian safe spaces. My tongue gets twisted as I work through my unfolding thoughts on people's reaction to gender specifically the idea of a gender trinary (and how that operates in POC cultures fairly well but could be corrupted in a capitalist western society, the way the need for women's liberation from economic oppression and abusive households was corrupted by eventually becoming tied to girl boss culture instead of the end of patriarchy and full liberation for all women, not just rich ones). Lastly, what would a genderless future look like? Hmm, share your thoughts on Twitter @YsaPlatform FUN FACT: The first Pride March was in October in South Africa and the first pride celebration took place in February in the UK. Nowadays both countries also commemorate the Stonewall Riots in addition to their original celebrations.
Dame Kelly Holmes came out as a lesbian last week. The Olympic champion served in the army in the late 1980's, when you could face prison for being gay as a member of the military. Dame Kelly spoke of her worry that she would still face consequences if she were to let her sexuality be known. It wasn't until 2000 that a ban on being gay and serving in the Army, Navy or RAF was lifted. Emma Riley was discharged from the Royal Navy in 1993 for being a lesbian, she joins Emma in the studio alongside Caroline Paige, joint Chief Executive of Fighting with Pride. American women are starting this week with a newly re-drawn map of the United States, in light of the Supreme Court's landmark overturning of Roe vs Wade last Friday, which gave women constitutional right to get an abortion nationwide. Today, abortion is legally banned in at least nine US states - with more to follow as so called trigger laws clear the necessary hurdles. For some this is a time of huge shame, sorrow, bafflement and fear - the clock turned back on women's rights. For others - the supreme court's decision represents a victory - the success of a long fought battle against abortion being a nationwide right in America. But for women who are pregnant now and don't want to be - especially in states where even abortion providers are unclear if they will be prosecuted should they go ahead - what should they do? Emma hears from BBC correspondent in Washington DC Holly Honderich, journalist Hadley Freeman and Dr Jan Halper-Hayes, former Global Vice President for Republican Overseas. A memorial service will be held in London tomorrow for the Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Aqla who was killed while reporting in the occupied West Bank last month. On Friday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said the bullet had been fired by Israeli security forces - something the Israel Defence Force disputes. Emma is joined by the BBC's Middle East Correspondent Yolande Knell to talk about Shireen. It's the first day of Wimbledon, and current world number 11 Emma Raducanu makes her centre court debut this morning, playing against Alison Van Uytvanck. This is her second Wimbledon, but her first since winning the US open last year. Molly McElwee is the women's sport reporter for The Telegraph and gives the lowdown on Emma's form.
If These Ovaries Could Talk | S9 Ep 22: Corritta and Mea are a nomadic black lesbian family raising their young son and globetrotting around the world. They experienced a very inhospitable time while giving birth and wanted to share their story with us. They also have an amazing blog chronicling their travels called “It's a Family Thing.” Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. firstname.lastname@example.org IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok: @ovariestalk Edited by EditAudio press Brett Henne theme song: Songfinch & Tiffany Topol our Patreon supporters! Zahler Prenatal Code PREDHA25 It's a Family Thing
Happy Pride Month! In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride, we're focusing on queer creators. This week we speak with Louky Keijsers Koning (@loukykk), director of the estate of Barbara Hammer (@barbarahammer1). Barbara is a feminist filmmaker and pioneer of queer cinema who made over 90 moving image works as well as performances, installations, photographs, collages and drawings over a 45-year career. Regarded as the first lesbian art filmmaker, her works playfully and relentlessly challenged accepted norms and taboos of queerness, blazing the trail for generations of lesbian and queer artists.We hope you enjoy this episode celebrating Barbara's life and multifaceted work. You can learn more about her work and grant program sponsored by her estate at BarbaraHammer.com and see her work on view at AMP Gallery in Provincetown (@amp_artmktptown).
Do you know what your hidden biases are? Are you aware of your behavior when you see someone or something you disagree with? Do you realize that you are giving off negative gestures/signals to the people or person that you are reacting to? You are, and you have been doing so for years.Hidden biases are built into all of us. We usually don't know we are behaving in such a way, but we are. This means that the person we are projecting to the world is not the person we think we are projecting. The world sees you as less than what and who you are.Ask someone close to you to find your hidden biases to tell you what they think they are. This is a challenging conversation because you will not like the answer. Once you get through this wake-up call, you will be closer to being the person you have always wanted the world to experience.
The traditional Sufi devotional music known as Qawwali had its origins in the 13th Century, now the ensemble known as The Orchestral Qawwali Project are breathing new life into this ancient art. We caught up with them at the Bradford Literature Festival. And we journey to another part of the country to find out how music and spirituality go hand in hand at Glastonbury. From baptisms to wedding blessings to providing safe spaces, Reverend Chris North, Chair of the Church at Glastonbury reveals what it is like to minister to festival-goers. We continue our series of conversations to mark Pride month with Richard Kirker, a Founder Member of Lesbian and Gay Christians and Saima Razzaq, a Lesbian and Muslim, who is part of Birmingham Pride. As the US Supreme Court overturns Roe V Wade, Emily finds out what the ruling means for Shawn Carney, CEO and Founder of 40 Days For Life and Rachel Laser, President and CEO of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. At the heart of many Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities there is a deep religious conviction, it's something that Theologian Dr Steven Horne, himself of Romany heritage, explores in his new book ‘Gypsies and Jesus'. Later this week Hong Kong will see a new Government sworn in and the former colony will also mark twenty-five years since the handover to China. Author and Foreign Correspondent, Michael Sheridan, examines what another Catholic leader in the form of John Lee will mean for Hong Kong and what the next twenty-five years may look like for Hong Kong's faith communities. Producers: Jill Collins and Katharine Longworth Editor: Tim Pemberton Picture credit: Gaelle Berri
Even though the Pride Month is now embraced across India, its coverage mostly focuses on gay men and sometimes transgender women activists. But lesbians seem to be largely missing from this coverage and conversation. So in this special episode, host Sandip Roy talks to a lesbian couple, Rituparna Borah and Amrita Tripathi, living in Delhi to understand whether lesbian lives have changed since Pride became more celebrated and 'cool' in India.
Host Jim Love and Sarah Thompson have a wide-ranging discussion on algorithms and their impact. How much control are we willing to give them?
Jordan and Brooke celebrate 100 whole entire episodes of the show!! And what better way to do it than with a movie that's arguably the queerest Marvel entry, Brooke's coming out film (don't ask), and peak blockbuster representation for chaotic gays everywhere?! We discuss the value (or lack thereof) of queer content in places like the MCU, Chris Hemsworth's comedy chops, Tessa Thompson's arm workout routine, bonus "Our Flag Means Death" content, and what qualifies as "retainer snapping" levels of horniness.Follow us on Twitter! (And Jordan's Letterboxd / Brooke's Letterboxd)In celebration of Pride Month, support the Transgender Law Center alongside us.
It's PRIDE Month!!!!! So we're bringing you LESBIANS! We're taking on Lyle-described as the Lesbian version of Rosemary's Baby. We have ALL the thoughts!! Our intro music is made using sounds from freesound.org Sound 1: https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0 Sound 2: https://freesound.org/s/348858/ by R_mac CC by 2.0 The music for our Ratings Section is Danse Macabre by Camillie Saint-Saens Our Outro music is made with https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0.
Show NotesRainbow Capitalism links (indulge or not, we won't judge) PRIDE : Target LGBTQ+ Pride Clothing & Accessories: Show Love Is Love Every Day | Kohl's Pride 2022: Find Your Pride. Converse.com Pride Gender Neutral Shop All | Old Navy Black-owned or founded brands at Target : Target Pride Merch 2022: LGBTQ+ Pride Outfits & Apparel | Hot Topic | Salesforce Commerce Cloud | 5.1.0 Queer Owned Businesses gc2b Breast Forms Nipples and Packers in Over 100 Skin-Tones USA Made – Better Products LGBT Apparel Company | Queer Business | FLAVNT Streetwear The Binder - For Them LIFE ON MARS – Life On Mars TomboyX | We Fit You Miscellaneous Jonathan Larson - Wikipedia ACT UP NY | End AIDS! You're Wrong About - The Stonewall Uprising on Stitcher The Gay Agenda by American Hysteria https://technicallyqueer.fm/ Our favorite resource for supporting trans youth: The Trevor Project | For Young LGBTQ LivesThank you to our pod palsKevin Budnik @knittedsweater Quinn Rose @aspiringrobotfm Seth Boyer @sethboyer Kara Fagan @karafaganSupport the show! Two Headed Girl is creating Queer Podcasts | Patreon
Let's celebrate pride with a show of the DNR Studios diversity. Dennis Hensley from the "Dennis Anyone" podcast brought several of the DNR Studio hosts together to play a special pride edition of his game You Don't Know My Life. This is your chance to learn more about your favorite hosts from DNR, The Cookie Jar, The Adam Sank Show, OJNB and If These Ovaries Could Talk. To hear all of these shows and hosts go to dnrstudios.com and get yourself a DNR Plus Subscription! Use discount PRIDE to try it free.
Empowered • Independence • PassionateThere's nothing quite like a TikTok creator crush and are host, Heather, has a big one on today's guest … Amy, the brilliant mind behind WEMAD - Women Making All Decisions. Her TikTok videos take on intense and powerful topics related to women's rights and equality but in the most hilarious and approachable way possible.After unexpectedly going viral in March of 2021, Amy's platform exploded into a world of possibilities. With her brilliant mind and her wicked sense of humor, Amy puts herself out there with no apologies and it's so refreshing to see how the world is responding. Amy says she went from angry to unsure to empowered!From just playing around on TikTok to being an incredibly well-known creator with a thriving merch line and an excellent non-profit business opportunity - Amy (whose last name we're not sharing to protect the privacy of her family) tells us how she got here, what the process has been like and what her dreams for the future may include.Do yourself a favor and follow Amy on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube right now! You don't want to miss a moment of her content. Plus she has the best laugh on the internet!And grab your WEMAD merch today - including some fantastic, new, PRIDE pieces!Amy Supports Equality Now, an international human rights organization using the law to protect and promote the rights of women and girls around the world since 1992.Top Takeaways:Use your skills no matter what they areHumor allows people to see truth.Build a community and people will stick with you.Start creating for the sake of creating - not to change anyone's mind.When you “go viral” on social media you can open some amazing doorsLaughter is so healthy and it's an unexpected way into people's hearts and minds. Humor can change the world!Follow your gut and try the damn thing!Having some fun is Brave AF!Get additional details, show notes, links, and a full transcript of the episode here.Follow us on Instagram and connect with our host, Heather Vickery here.ORDER YOUR COPY OF F*CK FEARLESS - MAKING THE BRAVE LEAP TODAY, Click Here!Order your Create Brave Manifestation Card Decks here.Check out The Brave Files Book Collection here! Get your BRAVE on by joining our exclusive (and FREE) Facebook Collective, Brave on Purpose. Join here. Share your feedback by emailing email@example.comGrab your BRAVE AF and GRATEFUL AF swag now.
In a groundbreaking 8-3 decision, the full Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation violates federal civil rights law. This came after Lambda Legal urged the Court to reverse a lower court ruling and allow Kimberly Hively to present her case alleging that Ivy Tech Community College, where she worked as an instructor for 14 years, denied her full time employment and promotions and eventually terminated her employment because she is a lesbian. Listen in as Senior Counsel Greg Nevins and Former Chief Strategy Officer and Legal Director Sharon McGowan discuss the years long process to get to this case. Link to read the full episode transcript, here. For more information on Making the Case and to access our resource hub on each episode and case, please visit: https://www.lambdalegal.org/makingthecase Making the Case with Lambda Legal is a short form interview series featuring Lambda Legal attorneys discussing impactful cases and policy work. Lambda Legal has a rich history of successfully litigating some of the most consequential lawsuits impacting LGBTQ+ and HIV civil rights over its nearly 50-year existence. Through the interviews, listeners will learn about the creative strategies, unique challenges, and passion necessary to win. Listeners will walk away with a clear understanding of each cases legacy and impact as well as how those cases left a mark on the law and on hearts and minds. Check out more resources for episode three, here. This podcast is intended to serve as general information; it is not legal advice nor intended as legal advice. For individual legal advice, please contact an attorney. If you need information and resources relating to discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, and HIV status please visit our help desk at: https://www.lambdalegal.org/helpdesk Producer: Erika Kramer (@goforkramer) Host: Alex Berg (@itsalexberg) Sound Recording and Mixing: Erik Monical of Mouth Media Network Logo Design: Michelle Holme Music: Meghan Rose (@meghanrose) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hey friends, Mary and Kirsten take the reins on this Latter-Day Lesbian and Queer Life Crisis Simulcast. We share some initial reactions to Under the Banner of Heaven, and manage to keep the spoilers to a minimum. Also, we're taking a bit of a break from podcasting, so we hope all of you have an amazing summer and we'll talk to you again in the fall. Music provided by Purple Planet: https://purple-planet.com.
The issue of identity in comedy is more prevalent than perhaps it has ever been in comedy. That's actually a great thing even though the seeming explosion of varying perspectives and backgrounds that all have their different takes and stories may feel overwhelming to some. Both Sophie Santos, wonderful comedian/creator of The Lesbian Agenda, and TCB's Jake Kroeger delves into their own intersectionality and what that means for their comedy and comedy at large wherever they go. Yep, we also get into Chappelle's latest deal, Cosby being found guilty, and where to watch season 3 of Wellington Paranormal. Follow Sophie @sophieesantos on IG and sophiesantos.com. Get tickets for The Lesbian Agenda @ Dynasty Typewriter on 6/28 here. As mentioned in the ep., please donate to Trans Lifeline. The Comedy Bureau @thecomedybureau across platforms and please, please support TCB via GoFundMe, Patreon, or on Venmo (@jakekroeger). Produced by Jake Kroeger Music by Brian Granillo Artwork by Andrew Delman and KT
Music feeds our souls over here on Bitch Talk and it was a joy to watch a documentary that celebrates that magical connection. We had the chance to speak with director/writer/producer Kathleen Ermitage who's film Mixtape Triology: Stories of the Power of Music explores three different musicians and their music - The Indigo Girls, Vijay Iyer, and Talib Kweli and the fans who have been inspired by their art. Kathleen tells us how she went about finding these stories, what she learned from the conversations she had with musicians and their fans and how they challenged her thinking, how she and her team had to creatively film and edit during the pandemic, and how social justice work was weaved into these stories. Mixtape was such an uplifting story of artists and their fans and we think this could be an episodic in the works. You can get tickets to watch Mixtape Trilogy in person at the Bentonville Film Festival or stream it here: https://www.goelevent.com/BFF/e/MixtapeTrilogyFollow Mixtape Trilogy: Stories of the Power of Music on IG, Twitter, and Facebook--Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed and masked!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors are much more likely than their straight counterparts to be alone and isolated as they age. Housing and support for these elders is a growing need--and the issue is not confined to the United States. In this edition, we'll visit Jakarta Indonesia, and Los Angeles, California, to hear stories of building housing and community for LGBTQ seniors.
We have a *hilarious* conversation with actor Erica Luttrell (Lost Girl; Salvation; Mayans M.C.), who voices lesbian icon Sapphire on Steven Universe! Back when she was younger, Erica made a point of differentiating between her platonic female crushes (Gillian Anderson) and her non-platonic male crushes (you will genuinely never guess who). But the formative experience of seeing Shakespeare in Love brought up some feelings she could no longer ignore, and kicked off a five-ish year internal struggle with her sexuality. Erica reads some GLORIOUS journal entries from that time in her life, and discusses how she eventually grew to identify as "homoromantic demi-pansexual" (but also just "gay"). Plus, she shares how she *still* gets cast almost exclusively in make-out-with-a-dude roles, even after publicly coming out! WHAT'S IT GONNA TAKE, HOLLYWOOD?!?Follow Erica everywhere at @shukrani.
This is Episode 1, Season 4 of The TMI Project Podcast: Pride Stories featuring Julie Novak and Blake Pfeil. This episode was written collaboratively by Eva Tenuto, Blake Pfeil, and Julie Novak, produced and edited by Eva Tenuto, and mixed and mastered by Stevie Manns. It was co-produced by Radio Kingston and sponsored in part by MrJulieTees.com.Since before she was even born, it seems like everyone in Julie's life has had an opinion on her gender presentation. She is mocked for playing with race cars and toolboxes and regularly “sir/ma'amed” by strangers. When she gets her first job, it comes with an unexpected perk: a McDonald's uniform that provides a glimpse of gender euphoria. As a kid, Blake feels at home in his Presbyterian church. However, as he becomes aware of his sexuality, he realizes not all parts of him are welcome there. He tries to keep his true desires a secret, but eventually, his mom discovers what he's been hiding, which begins a long road to mutual understanding.www.julienovak.comwww.blakepfeil.comwww.allamericanruins.comthetrevorproject.orgthefutureperfectproject.comradiokingston.orgmrjulietees.comtmiproject.orginstagram.com/tmiproject/facebook.com/tmiprojecttwitter.com/tmiproject
LGBTQ+ rights activist and DOMA fighter, Edith Windsor is this week's #QueerHistory. After meeting and falling in love with Thea Spyer, the two married in Canada at a time when gay marriage was not legal in the United States. When Spyer passed and Windsor was left as the executor and sole beneficiary to Spyer's estate, the US government tried to tax Windsor for her earnings, not acknowledging a federal spousal deduction extended to opposite-sex couples. Windsor took this to the Supreme Court and won, which was a landmark start to same-sex rights that we all experience today. Then, the guys sit down to talk about our chosen family as queer people, and what it's like to surround yourself with those that are not related to you by blood. Who is part of your chosen family and do the relationships intersect or run parallel with your biological family?Articles:Kristine Klussman: Connect by Cultivating Chosen Family Healthline: What ‘Chosen Family' Means - and How to Build Your OwnShit to Put On Your Radar:RELATIONSH!T X MARVIS PRIDE MONTH GIVEAWAY!!! During Pride Month, we are giving away a Marvis 7 Days of Flavor Gift Set to four selected winners. Head to our social media pages (@podrelationshit), answer the questions, and cross your fingers!BUY A RELATIONSH!T T-SHIRT!!! Sizes are limited so hurry now and get your very own Relationsh!t Podcast t-shirt HERE!Our friends over at If These Ovaries Could Talk have been contributing to the queer narrative by telling stories about building queer families and showing how “normal” it is for us all. Give them a listen and support this incredibly important queer narrative!Sh!t | Leave us a voicemail with your relationship sh!tuation at (903) POD- SHIT. That's (903) 763-7448. You can also fill out a Listener Sh!tuation on our website, podrelationshit.com, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Us | www.podrelationshit.com for more Relationsh!t content and information about the podcast.Donate | Head over to patreon.com/podrelationshit and start donating today! Your donations will give you early access to the podcast, behind-the-scenes interviews with our weekly guests, and merchandise.Rate Us | Go to your favorite podcast directory and give Relationsh!t a 5-Star rating, and a fantastic review!Follow Us | Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @podrelationshitAnd follow Marko and Tony on Instagram (@thecritellis) if you want a BTS look into their relationship and adventures!Support the show
¿Que le tienes más miedo a la cancelación que al SAT? Hermanes, en el inframundo también nos pasa. En este episodio nuestras diablas @sheylaferrera , Diana @lamasdeskrada y Akiko Bonilla @akikisb , nos confiesan cómo han sentido, vivido y hasta sobrevivido al fantasma de la cancelación en estos tiempos de libre expresión, pero también de responsabilidad en la comunicación.
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U.S. President Joe Biden greets his White House Pride Party by signing an Executive Order touching a broad range of hot-button LGBTQ+ issues. Bonnie J. Morris carries the ball for generations of female athletes in “What's The Score: 25 Years of Teaching Women's Sports History” (interviewed by Brian DeShazor). And in NewsWrap: Tel Aviv hosts Israel's happiest Pride, German thugs beat Karlsruhe Pride-goers in a fiery assault, Maryland homes are consumed by rainbow flag-burners, white supremacists target Pride picnic in northern Idaho, the U.S. rightwing expands its war on Drag Queen Story Hour, rainbow erasure sweeps the Middle East, Disney kisses off "Lightyear" censors, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by Wendy Natividad and Michael LeBeau (produced by Brian DeShazor). All this on the June 20, 2022 edition of This Way Out! Join our family of listener-donors today at http://thiswayout.org/donate/
"Layna's tongue was buried deep inside Natasha's mouth. Heather's fingers were buried deep inside Natasha's bare pussy. Samantha was latched on to one nipple and Anna-Jade was suckling the other. Another older member of ABO, Georgiana, rubbed the clit of a girl named Julia. Julia was handling Samantha with her mouth. It seemed so…complicated, but so perfect at the same time."It's (blood) rush week! That's a sorority term, right? Sure. In this episode, the Kinky Ladies offer a redemption read to Rebekah Weatherspoon and her book Better Off Red.Be a babe and join the book club with our Facebook Group, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Plus, if you really want to please us, we love a listener who rates & subscribes, especially on Apple Podcasts. Have a hot read? Email us at email@example.com. We adore your feedback and suggestions, but please, no dick pics.