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Gay Mom Talking, der Podcast über Regenbogenfamilien
# 53 Queerness auf dem Stundenplan: TeachOut im Interview

Gay Mom Talking, der Podcast über Regenbogenfamilien

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:16


Stellt euch vor, ihr seid 14, sitzt im Schulunterricht und euer Lehrer outet sich vor der ganzen Klasse als schwul. Was bedeutet das für euch? In dieser Episode erzählt Gun von der Initiative TeachOut, wie wichtig queere Sichtbarkeit von Lehrenden ist und wie sich Menschen innerhalb der Schule für queere Personen einsetzen können. Mit Madita spricht sie außerdem über die "Schule der Vielfalt", ihren persönlichen Antrieb und - ganz nebenbei - auch über ihre Hochzeit. Links aus der Folge: Informieren und mitmachen: https://www.teachout.de/ Schule der Vielfalt: http://www.schule-der-vielfalt.org/ https://schule-der-vielfalt-nds.de/ Feedback, Follow, Fun: https://www.instagram.com/gay_mom_talking_podcast/?hl=de

SPUTNIK Pride
Diskriminierende Szene? Gaming und die LGBTIQ* Community

SPUTNIK Pride

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 47:55


Wie gut wird die Community eigentlich in Games repräsentiert? Das fragt sich Kai zusammen mit Lara Keilbart, Expertin für Nerdkultur. Außerdem klären die beiden, ob die Gamingszene queerfeindlich ist.

SBS World News Radio
Change Agents: Robyn Lambird

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 8:13


Robyn Lambird not only won a medal at the Tokyo Olympics but also became the first out non-binary person to do so. She says everyone should have access to sport, particularly those in the LGBTIQ+ community and people with disability

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Qatar World Cup organisers promise no LGBTIQ+ discrimination - Ban tổ chức World Cup Qatar cam kết không phân biệt đối xử LGBTIQ +

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 4:53


The organising committee for this year's Men's FIFA World Cup in Qatar has told SBS that LGBTIQ+ fans won't face any discrimination during the tournament. - Chỉ còn ba tháng nữa, chúng ta sẽ đến với sự kiện bóng đá lớn nhất hành tinh - FIFA World Cup tổ chức tại Qatar. Ban tổ chức giải đấu khẳng định rằng họ bảo đảm sẽ không có sự phân biệt đối xử nào đối với người LGBTIQ+ trong suốt giải đấu.

Melbourne Inclusive Church
Nehemiah Wk 3 Leaders Plan

Melbourne Inclusive Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 36:10


Great leaders begin with prayer, but then they plan. The Book of Nehemiah has a great deal to teach us about how leaders plan. To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: https://www.michurch.org.au/your-giftMelbourne Inclusive Church boldly and proudly proclaims Christ's equal love for all people regardless of their ability, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender or culture. Melbourne Inclusive Church is a church plant of Encounter Missions International.

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SBS Portuguese - SBS em Português
Comitê organizador da Copa do Mundo do Catar garante segurança de torcedores LGBTIQ+

SBS Portuguese - SBS em Português

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 8:13


A atividade homossexual, incluindo qualquer ato que promova relacionamentos entre pessoas do mesmo sexo, é ilegal no Catar – o que tem levantado preocupações sobre a segurança dos torcedores LGBTIQ+ durante a Copa do Mundo. O comitê organizador da Copa do Mundo Masculina da FIFA disse à SBS que os torcedores LGBTIQ+ não enfrentarão nenhuma discriminação durante o torneio.

Contigo Puebla
Se necesita apoyo psicológico para personxs #LGBT de #Puebla #VidaPlena

Contigo Puebla

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 12:19


#Depresión #Suicidio #lgbt #SexualidadesEIdentidades: Gustavo Barrientos conversa con la psicóloga Alba Méndez sobre el Programa de Asesoría y Atención Psicológica para poblaciones #LGBTIQ que organiza @VidaPlenaPuebla

Sport inside – der Podcast: kritisch, konstruktiv, inklusiv
Ist der Sport mit Transfrauen überfordert?

Sport inside – der Podcast: kritisch, konstruktiv, inklusiv

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:43


Transfrauen treffen im Sport immer wieder auf Vorurteile. Die Kritik: Sie hätten körperliche Vorteile. Sportverbände schlossen sie zuletzt sogar von ihren Frauenwettbewerben aus. Nora Hespers im Gespräch mit Raphael Späth. Von Nora Hespers.

SBS World News Radio
Qatar World Cup organisers promise no LGBTIQ+ discrimination

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:49


The organising committee for this year's Men's FIFA World Cup in Qatar has told SBS that LGBTIQ+ fans won't face any discrimination during the tournament.

Tu dosis diaria de noticias
Amor es amor, incluso en la guerra

Tu dosis diaria de noticias

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:40


La invasión rusa permitió visibilizar los derechos de las personas LGBTIQ+ en Ucrania, donde el presidente, Volodymyr Zelensky, abrió la puerta al matrimonio igualitario. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

O-TON - Der Podcast von OTTO
#132: Wer hat Angst vorm Coming-out?

O-TON - Der Podcast von OTTO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 14:56


In Hamburg wird's bunt: Es ist Pride Week in der Hansestadt. Und auch wenn der Christopher Street Day (CSD) auf den ersten Blick wie eine große bunte Party wirkt, geht es vor allem darum, für LGBTIQ*-Rechte und gegen Diskriminierung zu demonstrieren. Nicht ohne Grund: So haben etwa noch immer rund 40 Prozent der LGBTIQ* in Deutschland Angst vor einem Outing am Arbeitsplatz – weil sie Nachteile befürchten oder Angst vor Ausgrenzung haben. Umso wichtiger sind „Allies“: Allies, das sind Menschen, die einer Mehrheitsgesellschaft angehören, sich aber aktiv für die Belange einer Minderheit einsetzen – also zum Beispiel Hetero-Menschen für die Interessen der LGBTIQ*-Community. Die Hamburger Initiative WELCOMING OUT, die im Juni gestartet ist, fördert genau das: Sie ermutigt speziell Heterosexuelle dazu, sich offen für LGBTIQ*-Belange und das Coming-out von queeren Menschen zu zeigen. Was aber kann eine solche Initiative wirklich veränderrn? Was können und müssen Unternehmen tun, um Allyship im Arbeitskontextes zu fördern? Was haben Betroffene davon und: Wie ernstgemeint ist so ein Engagement wirklich? Werden LGBTIQ* womöglich sogar bevorteilt, weil Pride und Diversity in vielen Unternehmen gerade „hip und trendy“ ist? Linda Gondorf setzt sich bei OTTO und auch privat schon lange für LGBTIQ*-Belange ein, obwohl sie mit einem Mann zusammenlebt. Im O-TON spricht sie gemeinsam mit Vanessa Lamm von WELCOMING OUT über Engagement für Minderheiten, Fake-Allyship und die heutige Bedeutung von Pride-Paraden.

1LIVE Der Raum
Dominik Djialeu: Ich habe mich wie ein Alien gefühlt

1LIVE Der Raum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:18


Vor allem als Kind und Jugendlicher hat der Podcaster Dominik Dijaleu, in seinem durchweg weißen Umfeld, Vorbilder vermisst. Wie ihn das Musik-Fernsehen der 90er Jahre retten konnte und die Problematiken der Mainstream-Rap-Kultur ihn zu seiner heutigen Berufung als queer-feministischer Partyveranstalter geführt hat, erzählt er in dieser Folge DER RAUM. Ein 1LIVE-Podcast, © WDR 2022 Von 1LIVE.

WilmsFront
TNE 66 Screeching Voices

WilmsFront

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:11


It's been a week of screeching voices by those claiming they are for inclusion and are speaking for others. I see through the latest virtue campaigns by the divisive identitarians on Tim's News Explosion.  It's been a week of screeching voices by those claiming they are for inclusion and are speaking for others. I see through the latest virtue campaigns by the divisive identitarians on Tim's News Explosion. There was a rare victory for people power pushback in Victoria with the Shrine of Remembrance CEO Dean Lee canceling plans yesterday to light up the shrine in rainbow flag colors which he said was to honor LGBTIQ+ veterans. Lee who has never served himself claimed the cancellation was due to ‘threats' and ‘abuse' against Shrine staff. RSL Victoria which was not consulted over the rainbow lights, its President Robert Webster said that a ‘threat' he received was that 10,000 veterans would march on the shrine to stop the rainbow lights. The Shrine did still raise the corrupted rainbow flag which has black and poo brown stripes. Voice of a Veteran Founder and SAS war veteran Heston Russell summed it up perfectly that the shrine is to honor Australian military service and sacrifice and not about the individual identities of the people to sign up to defend and serve Australia. Despite the shrine backlash, the Andrews Government is funding more LGBTIQ+ events with Equality Minister Harriet Shing announcing $220k of taxpayers' money for new grants. Anthony Albanese unveiled the wording of the question he proposes to put to the Australian people at a referendum to enshrine an Aboriginal and Torress Straight Islander Voice to Parliament at the Garma festival. Parliament would have the authority to decide how the Voice is assembled and operates. Polling from the Australia Institute claims that 65% of Australians support the voice. While the Coalition's Shadow Indigenous Affairs Minister Julian Leeser supports the voice new Indigniuous Senator Jacinta Price's slammed the lack of detail about how the voice will actually operate and that process is being led by Indigenous elites. Greens Senator for Victoria Lidia Thorpe called the Queen a colonizer when she was taking her oath of office. She was instructed by Senate President Sue Lines to take the oath as it is printed, which Thorpe did after her stunt so she would be officially a Senator and therefore receive her 200k+ salary from the taxpayer. The first monkeypox deaths outside of Africa during the western outbreak have been recorded with 2 in Spain, and 1 each in Brazil and India. There has been a foot and mouth disease biosecurity breach at Darwin airport with a returning traveler from Bail being fined $2664 for failing to declare egg and beef sausage McMuffins and ham and cheese croissant in their luggage. Joe Biden has had a covid rebound infection after taking Pfizer's Paxlovid oral antivirals which also occurred to Dr Anthony Fauci when he had covid. In the UK the final two Conservative Leadership contenders Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss had to react to a collapsing moderator Kate McCann during their recent debate on Talk TV. Julius Malema leader of the South African black supremacist Economic Freedom Fighters Party has again openly condoned violence against white people. Email: me@timwilms.comMessage: https://t.me/timwilms Wilms Front Links:Entropy: https://entropystream.live/app/wilmsfrontWebsite: http://timwilms.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/wilmsfrontMinds: https://www.minds.com/timwilmsGab: https://gab.com/timwilmsTelegram: https://t.me/wilmsfrontParler: https://parler.com/profile/timwilms/ Support the Show:Membership: http://www.theunshackled.net/membershipDonate: https://www.theunshackled.net/donate/Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/TheUnshackled Other Unshackled Productions:Trad Tasman Talk: https://www.theunshackled.net/ttt/Report From Tiger Mountain: http://reportfromtigermountain.com/ Other Unshackled Links:Website: https://www.theunshackled.netFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TUnshackledTwitter: https://twitter.com/Un_shackledGab: https://gab.ai/theunshackledTelegram: https://t.me/theunshackledMinds: https://www.minds.com/The_UnshackledMeWe: https://mewe.com/p/theunshackled Music and Graphics by James Fox HigginsVoice Over by Morgan MunroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Melbourne Inclusive Church
Nehemiah Wk 2 Leaders Pray

Melbourne Inclusive Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 40:54


Great leaders do many things but before they do anything, they pray. When should I pray? Why should I pray, and how should I pray? Nehemiah helps us to answer these questions and gives us another insight into great leadership. Leaders pray. To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: https://www.michurch.org.au/your-giftMelbourne Inclusive Church boldly and proudly proclaims Christ's equal love for all people regardless of their ability, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender or culture. Melbourne Inclusive Church is a church plant of Encounter Missions International.

Manuel López San Martín
No solo es el Pride

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 6:45


En colaboración Luciana Wainer, realizó un trabajo de investigación, donde se habla sobre los derechos de la comunidad LGBTIQ+

Shrine of Remembrance
Defending with Pride Voices: Carole and Christina

Shrine of Remembrance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 57:16


The story of defence couple, Carole Popham and Christina Dennis, started over 50 years ago in the Women's Royal Australian Air Force. Both born in the '40s, without knowing it they grew up within 350kms of each other in northern Queensland: Carole in Townsville and Christina in Cairns. Coming of age in 1960s Australia - a time of limited work and education opportunities for women - in 1963 and '64 respectively, Carole and Christina each jumped at the chance to join up and serve their country. The WRAAF offered the women a chance to travel and see Australia, to meet other people from all walks of life and the opportunity to work in an interesting and challenging environment that home just couldn't offer. After meeting in the service 1964, and developing a romantic relationship at the end of 1967, Carole and Christina's Air Force careers were cut short by the prevailing conservative morals and military regulations of the day. To avoid persecution from within, in late 1968 Carole and Christina decided to out their relationship to their WRAAF officer and voluntarily discharge from the Air Force. Excelling in their respective musterings, it was not an easy decision to make and was a huge sacrifice. The ban on open service for LGB members in Australia's military would endure for another three long decades, finally overturned by the Commonwealth government in 1992. Carole and Christina have been together for 53 years, living in the same Melbourne suburb for almost as long. Much loved in their local community, their story is inspiring, funny, moving and courageous. They are unassuming trailblazers for today's queer ADF community. Defending with Pride: Voices is a podcast produced for the Shrine of Remembrance to accompany the exhibition Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service. Content warning: Parental guidance is recommended: this audio program contains adult themes and concepts. Support: If this program raises any issues for you, feel free to call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Qlife on 1800 184 527. Or scroll down for additional support services. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Shrine of Remembrance. CREDITS Speakers: Christina Dennis (WRAAF) Carole Popham (WRAAF) Huge thanks to Christina and Carole for generously sharing their story, insights and perspectives; for their patience during the pandemic and for their hospitality. Interviewer/Producer/Sound: Megan Spencer  Archival audio: ‘New Careers: Women of the RAAF' 1958, (excerpts), courtesy of Cinesound Movietone Productions and the National Film and Sound Archive. Used with kind permission. Music: Emu and Brolga, commissioned by the Royal Australian Air Force Band. An original composition by Gamilaraay Yuwaalaraay man James Henry, performed by the Air Force Band Wind Quintet. Ensemble: Flight Sergeant Adam Schlemitz - Bassoon Corporal Laila Engle - Flute Corporal Robert Scott - Clarinet Leading Aircraftman Salvador Blasco Celda - Oboe Aircraftman Aidan Gabriels - French horn Original ‘Kissed' music: Philip Brophy Audio mastering: Kris Keogh Special thanks: Professor Noah Riseman; Glenn Eley at Cinesound Movietone Productions; Siobhan Dee at NFSA and Jessica Ferrari at Memento Media. Flight Sergeant Dr. Ralph Whiteoak, RAAF Band, composer James Henry (Gamilaraay Yuwaalaraay) and the Royal Australian Air Force Wind Quintet. Thank you to the Shrine team: Sue Burgess, Laura Thomas and Kate Spinks, curator of the Defending with Pride exhibition. Support: If this podcast raises any issues for you, support is available from the following services: QLife Australia's first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for LGBTI people. Phone: 1800 184 527 Defence Gay and Lesbian Information Service  Defence Gay and Lesbian Information Service provides policy and community information to gay, lesbian and bisexual, transgender, intersex and non-binary serving and ex-serving members of Defence and their families. Discharged LGBTI Veterans' Association (DVLA) A support and advocacy association for Australian Defence Force personnel, their family and their friends who were adversely impacted by Defence's historic anti-LGBTI policies. Phone 0400 124 213. Thorne Harbour HealthProvides professional, affordable counselling for members of LGBTIQ+ communities and individuals or couples who are affected by or at risk of HIV. Open Arms Free and confidential, 24/7 national counselling service for Australian veterans and their families, provided through the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA). Phone: 1800 011 046  Lifeline Suicide and crisis support. Phone: 13 11 14 Watch: Women's Air Force History documentary series by Jessica Ferrari Read: Serving in Silence: Australian LBGT Servicemen and women by Noah Riseman, Shirlene Robnson & Graham Willett published by New South. Visit: Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service exhibition at the Shrine of Remembrance, open from August 2022 until August 2023. Episode duration: 57:15    

Shrine of Remembrance
Defending with Pride Voices: The Power of the Wreath Part 1

Shrine of Remembrance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:53


This podcast is part of a powerful two-part series that explores the history of LGBTIQ+ military service in Australia, produced by award-winning podcast maker, Megan Spencer. It begins in 1982 with the unsuccessful attempt of five gay ex-servicemen to lay a wreath at the Shrine of Remembrance on Anzac Day, to honour their “fallen gay and lesbian brothers and sisters”. Forty years later, on ANZAC Day 2022, the story comes full circle with the annual Rainbow Wreath-laying service by DEFGLIS uniformed members and allies, in the Shrine's hallowed Sanctuary. In between these two landmark moments, the story of LGBTIQ+ service unfolds through the voices and lived experience of current and former ADF service members, pre- and post- the 1992 ban on “homosexual service” in Australia's military. The Power of the Wreath podcast accompanies the Shrine's new exhibition, Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service, on from August 1st 2022 - August 2023. Content warning: Parental guidance recommended: this audio program contains adult themes, mild coarse language and sexual references. It also contains references to suicide. If you need support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14. A comprehensive list of support services is also included below. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Shrine of Remembrance. Credits Speakers: Squadron Leader Nathan White Professor Noah Riseman Stuart Martin (former Flight Lieutenant) Max Campbell (former Warrant Officer, dec.) Flight Lieutenant Lachlan Saunders Phil Neil (former Leading Aircraftman) Group Captain Mick Janson Grateful thanks to each speaker for generously sharing their insights, research and/or lived experience for this podcast. Interviewer/Producer/Sound: Megan Spencer Archival audio: Max Campbell: oral history interview with Noah Riseman. Recorded 13 March 2015. Donated to the Australian Queer Archives used with kind permission. Additional audio: Excerpts of The Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, ANZAC Day, 25th April 2022, recorded by the Shrine of Remembrance. Music: Didgeridoo: Bunurong man Eric Edwards. Live recording from the Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service 31st May, 2022, recorded by the Shrine of Remembrance. Used with kind permission. Original “Kissed” music: Philip Brophy Selected tracks from The Diggers' Requiem: arranged, curated and conducted by Christopher Latham (musical artist in residence at the Australian War Memorial) with soloists. Used with kind permission. '62,000 Bells For 62,000 Australian Dead', recorded at the ANU School of Music by Veronica Bailey, Thomas Laue and Chris Latham (in Movement 12: ‘Lux Aeterna – In Paradisum'). ‘Dead March from Saul', for accordion, choir, soloists & orchestra. Composer: GF Handel (in Movement 1: ‘Requiem Aeternum / Rest Eternal'). ‘Lament For The Pipers Who Fell In The Great War'. Composer: Pipe Major John Grant  (in Movement 12: ‘Lux Aeterna – In Paradisum'). The Diggers' Requiem was co-commissioned by Australian War Memorial and the Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs. The concert performed in Amiens, France, on April 23, 2018, by Orchestre de Picardie and the Jena Philharmonic and with Australian soloists, conducted by Chris Latham. Listen here.  Audio mastering: Kris Keogh Special thanks: Professor Noah Riseman; Nick Henderson, Ange Bailey and Graham Willett from the Australian Queer Archives. Bunurong man Eric Edwards for sharing his didgeridoo music in this program. Read more about his grandfather Uncle Henry “Harry” Thorpe (Brabuwooloong), who fought in WWI and was awarded a Military Medal. Chris Latham and The Flowers of Peace project, and the musicians from The Diggers' Requiem. Thank you: Department of Defence and Defence Media; Nathan White, Rachael Cosgrove and DEFGLIS; the Shrine team: Sue Burgess, Laura Thomas and Kate Spinks, curator of Defending with Pride. See the Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service exhibition now at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, until August 2023. Wreath-laying at the Shrine: We welcome all members of our community to lay wreaths or other floral offerings at any of the many memorials at the Shrine. The Shrine hosts more than 150 official commemorative services each year to remember the service of Australian men and women, particularly Victorians, and we welcome our community to attend and participate. To find out more about remembrance services, or to apply to hold your own, visit this link.  Support: If this podcast raises any issues for you, support is available from the following services: QLife Australia's first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for LGBTI people. Phone: 1800 184 527 Defence Gay and Lesbian Information ServiceDefence Gay and Lesbian Information Service provides policy and community information to gay, lesbian and bisexual, transgender, intersex and non-binary serving and ex-serving members of Defence and their families. Discharged LGBTI Veterans' Association (DVLA) A support and advocacy association for Australian Defence Force personnel, their family and their friends who were adversely impacted by Defence's historic anti-LGBTI policies. Phone 0400 124 213. Thorne Harbour HealthProvides professional, affordable counselling for members of LGBTIQ+ communities and individuals or couples who are affected by or at risk of HIV. Open Arms Free and confidential, 24/7 national counselling service for Australian veterans and their families, provided through the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA). Phone: 1800 011 046  Lifeline Suicide and crisis support. Phone: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue Free, immediate, short-term counselling advice and referral. Phone: 1300 224 636  Suicide Call Back Service 24-hour counselling service for suicide prevention and mental health. Phone: 1300 659 467  Read: Pride in Defence: The Australian Military and LGBTI Service since 1945 (2020), Melbourne University Press and Serving in Silence? Australian LGBT servicemen and women (2018), New South Books.  Curator Kate Spinks' article , ‘Experiences of LGBTQI+ Personnel'  The Shrine's Media Release: “40th anniversary wreath-laying marks different era for LGBTIQ service veterans and personnel on ANZAC Day”  Noah Riseman's essays on LGBTI service for The Conversation, here and here  Shirlene Robinson's essay on LGBTI service for The Conversation here  Ben Winsor's ‘The Secret History of Gay Diggers' essay for SBS here  Visit: Victorian Pride Centre  Episode duration:  44:54  

Shrine of Remembrance
Defending with Pride Voices: The Power of the Wreath Part 2

Shrine of Remembrance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 52:38


This podcast is part of a powerful two-part series that explores the history of LGBTIQ+ military service in Australia, produced by award-winning podcast maker, Megan Spencer. It begins in 1982 with the unsuccessful attempt of five gay ex-servicemen to lay a wreath at the Shrine of Remembrance on Anzac Day, to honour their “fallen gay and lesbian brothers and sisters”. Forty years later, on ANZAC Day 2022, the story comes full circle with the annual Rainbow Wreath-laying service by DEFGLIS uniformed members and allies, in the Shrine's hallowed Sanctuary. In between these two landmark moments, the story of LGBTIQ+ service unfolds through the voices and lived experience of current and former ADF service members, pre- and post- the 1992 ban on “homosexual service” in Australia's military. The Power of the Wreath podcast accompanies the Shrine's new exhibition, Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service, on from August 1st 2022 - August 2023. Content warning: Parental guidance recommended: this audio program contains adult themes, mild coarse language and sexual references. It also contains references to suicide. If you need support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14. A comprehensive list of support services is also included below. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Shrine of Remembrance. Credits Speakers: Squadron Leader Nathan White Professor Noah Riseman Stuart Martin (former Flight Lieutenant) Max Campbell (former Warrant Officer, dec.) Flight Lieutenant Lachlan Saunders Phil Neil (former Leading Aircraftman) Group Captain Mick Janson Grateful thanks to each speaker for generously sharing their insights, research and/or lived experience for this podcast. Interviewer/Producer/Sound: Megan Spencer Feature image:  DEFGLIS members and supporters: From left: GPCAPT Mick Jansen, FLTLT Danie Bunting, FLGOFF(AAFC) Dan Morris, FLTLT Brad Milsteed, FLTLT Lachlan Saunders, Stuart Martin, Bron Richardson, LTCOL Kristy Hudson, Sameer Mane Archival audio: Max Campbell: oral history interview with Noah Riseman. Recorded 13 March 2015. Donated to the Australian Queer Archives used with kind permission. Additional audio: Excerpts of The Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, ANZAC Day, 25th April 2022, recorded by the Shrine of Remembrance. Music: Didgeridoo: Bunurong man Eric Edwards. Live recording from the Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service 31st May, 2022, recorded by the Shrine of Remembrance. Used with kind permission. Original “Kissed” music: Philip Brophy Selected tracks from The Diggers' Requiem: arranged, curated and conducted by Christopher Latham (musical artist in residence at the Australian War Memorial) with soloists. Used with kind permission. '62,000 Bells For 62,000 Australian Dead', recorded at the ANU School of Music by Veronica Bailey, Thomas Laue and Chris Latham (in Movement 12: ‘Lux Aeterna – In Paradisum'). ‘Dead March from Saul', for accordion, choir, soloists & orchestra. Composer: GF Handel (in Movement 1: ‘Requiem Aeternum / Rest Eternal'). ‘Lament For The Pipers Who Fell In The Great War'. Composer: Pipe Major John Grant  (in Movement 12: ‘Lux Aeterna – In Paradisum'). The Diggers' Requiem was co-commissioned by Australian War Memorial and the Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs. The concert performed in Amiens, France, on April 23, 2018, by Orchestre de Picardie and the Jena Philharmonic and with Australian soloists, conducted by Chris Latham. Listen here.  Audio mastering: Kris Keogh Special thanks: Professor Noah Riseman; Nick Henderson, Ange Bailey and Graham Willett from the Australian Queer Archives. Bunurong man Eric Edwards for sharing his didgeridoo music in this program. Read more about his grandfather Uncle Henry “Harry” Thorpe (Brabuwooloong), who fought in WWI and was awarded a Military Medal. Chris Latham and The Flowers of Peace project, and the musicians from The Diggers' Requiem. Thank you: Department of Defence and Defence Media; Nathan White, Rachael Cosgrove and DEFGLIS; the Shrine team: Sue Burgess, Laura Thomas and Kate Spinks, curator of Defending with Pride. See the Defending with Pride: Stories of LGBTQ+ service exhibition now at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, until August 2023. Wreath-laying at the Shrine: We welcome all members of our community to lay wreaths or other floral offerings at any of the many memorials at the Shrine. The Shrine hosts more than 150 official commemorative services each year to remember the service of Australian men and women, particularly Victorians, and we welcome our community to attend and participate. To find out more about remembrance services, or to apply to hold your own, visit this link.  Support: If this podcast raises any issues for you, support is available from the following services: QLife Australia's first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for LGBTI people. Phone: 1800 184 527 Defence Gay and Lesbian Information ServiceDefence Gay and Lesbian Information Service provides policy and community information to gay, lesbian and bisexual, transgender, intersex and non-binary serving and ex-serving members of Defence and their families. Discharged LGBTI Veterans' Association (DVLA) A support and advocacy association for Australian Defence Force personnel, their family and their friends who were adversely impacted by Defence's historic anti-LGBTI policies. Phone 0400 124 213. Thorne Harbour HealthProvides professional, affordable counselling for members of LGBTIQ+ communities and individuals or couples who are affected by or at risk of HIV. Open Arms Free and confidential, 24/7 national counselling service for Australian veterans and their families, provided through the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA). Phone: 1800 011 046  Lifeline Suicide and crisis support. Phone: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue Free, immediate, short-term counselling advice and referral. Phone: 1300 224 636  Suicide Call Back Service 24-hour counselling service for suicide prevention and mental health. Phone: 1300 659 467  Read: Pride in Defence: The Australian Military and LGBTI Service since 1945 (2020), Melbourne University Press and Serving in Silence? Australian LGBT servicemen and women (2018), New South Books.  Curator Kate Spinks' article , ‘Experiences of LGBTQI+ Personnel'  The Shrine's Media Release: “40th anniversary wreath-laying marks different era for LGBTIQ service veterans and personnel on ANZAC Day”  Noah Riseman's essays on LGBTI service for The Conversation, here and here  Shirlene Robinson's essay on LGBTI service for The Conversation here  Ben Winsor's ‘The Secret History of Gay Diggers' essay for SBS here  Visit: Victorian Pride Centre  Episode duration: 52:37

Así El Weso
Activistas exigen priorizar vacuna por viruela del mono a grupos vulnerables.

Así El Weso

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 8:00


Ricardo Baruch, especialista en salud pública, derechos sexuales y comunidad LGBTIQ+.

Melbourne Inclusive Church
Nehemiah Wk 1 Chosen to Lead

Melbourne Inclusive Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 41:29


Join Melbourne Inclusive Church as we explore the topic of leadership. What we learn from the book of Nehemiah can be used in all areas of our lives. As Christians we are now the temple of God. Sometimes our lives however can seem to be ruins. What does the rebuilding look like for us as individuals and for the church and how can what we learn help us to be better leaders in life? To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: https://www.michurch.org.au/your-giftMelbourne Inclusive Church boldly and proudly proclaims Christ's equal love for all people regardless of their ability, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender or culture. Melbourne Inclusive Church is a church plant of Encounter Missions International.

World Wide Wave
World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 26, 2022

World Wide Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 6:52


Listen to the week's World Wide Wrap where we round up all that was in international LGBTIQ+ news for the week to July 26, 2022. World Wide Wave aims to... LEARN MORE The post World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 26, 2022 appeared first on World Wide Wave.

Corso - Deutschlandfunk
Buch "Pride, Pop Politics" von Bullock: Wie Musik zur LGBTIQ-Bewegung beitrug

Corso - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 11:38


Reimann, Christophwww.deutschlandfunk.de, CorsoDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Podcasty Aktuality.sk
Sloboda nie je happy end!: právo na lásku

Podcasty Aktuality.sk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 58:27


Dodnes nie sú na Slovensku všetky práva samozrejmosťou.    Menšiny LGBTIQ trpia obmedzovaním základného práva - na lásku. K jeho odopieraniu sa pripájajú ďalšie negatívne javy v oblasti legislatívy, ako aj psychické a fyzické násilie, či odmietanie ľudí priamo v rodinách.    O zmenu k lepšiemu sa na Slovensku snažia celý čas v demokracii množstvo aktivistiek, aktivistov, odborníčiek a odborníkov.    S Janou Jablonickou Zezulovou a Andrejom Kurucom sme sa v najnovšej časti relácie Sloboda nie je happy end! rozprávali aj o prvom československom teplom aktivistovi, Imrichovi Matášovi.    Podporiť lásku môžete v sobotu, 23. júla, na bratislavskom PRIDE.    Za finančnú podporu vzniku tejto časti ďakujeme Férovej nadácii O2. 

WDR 5 Politikum
Geschlecht & Verkehr - Meinungsmagazin

WDR 5 Politikum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 14:26


Das biologische Geschlecht wird in Zukunft kaum noch eine Rolle spielen, erfährt Moderator Max von Malotki. Das 9-Euro-Ticket macht übel, meint Satiriker Mathias Tretter. Von WDR 5.

Well, Well, Well
Rethink the Drink

Well, Well, Well

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 49:58


Jack and Rachel discuss the recent launch of the Rethink the Drink health promotion campaign. They talk about how the campaign came to be as well as their experiences with risky drinking. We also hear from people at the launch event held at the Victorian Pride Centre. The 'Couldn't Have Done That with a Hangover' campaign saw us engage with women from local sporting clubs to produce a series of inspiring images of LGBTIQ women doing what they love. For more information, visit the Rethink the Drink website. Check out our other JOY Podcasts for more on HIV, COVID-19 and queer health & wellbeing. If there's something you'd like us to explore on the show, send through ideas or questions at wellwellwell@joy.org.au

Melbourne Inclusive Church
Grace in its Finest Hour

Melbourne Inclusive Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 41:27


The Old Testament gives us a view of life before Christ. When the people sinned God called them on their sin and they were separated from God. When Jesus came he brought grace and truth. Jesus, following God's lead speaks the truth to us in love when we sin but instead of separation from God we are shown grace which includes forgiveness. Grace however gives us so much more. Grace gives us the ability to love people who may not love us back...that is the essence of grace...being given something we don't deserve. What would the church look like if we spoke the truth in love and offered each other grace? To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: https://www.michurch.org.au/your-giftMelbourne Inclusive Church boldly and proudly proclaims Christ's equal love for all people regardless of their ability, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender or culture. Melbourne Inclusive Church is a church plant of Encounter Missions International.

hr2 Der Tag
30 Jahre Christopher Street Day – Queeres Leben in Deutschland

hr2 Der Tag

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 52:08


An diesem Wochenende feierte Frankfurt 30 Jahre Christopher Street Day. Was damals begann, in Erinnerung an den Protest homosexueller Amerikaner gegen eine willkürliche Polizeirazzia im Stonewall Inn in der Christopher Street in New York, ist heute eine selbstbewusste bunte Parade geworden. Was aber hat dieses Straßenfest, das vielen zu kommerziell auftritt, mit der Wirklichkeit queeren Lebens zu tun? Wie einfach wird einem heute die sexuelle Orientierung gemacht? Und wie sieht es im Vergleich zum außereuropäischen Ausland aus? Wir schauen einmal genau hin, was es bedeutet heute in Deutschland nicht einer heterosexuellen Norm zu entsprechen.

COSMO punktEU
Rechtsstaatsbericht: Zeugnisvergabe in der EU

COSMO punktEU

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 31:50


Letzte Arbeitswoche vor den Ferien in Brüssel: Zum Abschluss gab es noch mal Noten. Die EU-Kommission hat ihren diesjährigen Rechtsstaatsbericht veröffentlicht. Polen und Ungarn scheinen versetzungsgefährdet. Darüber diskutieren Astrid Corall, Matthias Reiche und Birgit Raddatz. Von Birgit Raddatz.

World Wide Wave
World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 12, 2022

World Wide Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 7:57


Listen to the week's World Wide Wrap where we round up all that was in international LGBTIQ+ news for the week to July 12, 2022. World Wide Wave aims to... LEARN MORE The post World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 12, 2022 appeared first on World Wide Wave.

Ya es Lunes
Inventadas e inventorxs: la diversidad en la innovación

Ya es Lunes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 37:33


Desarrollo y tecnología: nombres como Steve Jobs o Bill Gates vienen a la mente cuando pensamos en eso, pero ¿Sabías que el wifi existe gracias a una mujer? ¿O que tu celular fue posible gracias a la comunidad trans? En este episodio de Ya es Lunes, daremos luz a las personas LGBTIQ+ y mujeres que nos han dado la oportunidad de compartir memes de gatitos y comprar cosas en línea. Este episodio cuenta con la colaboración del Dr. en Derecho y maestro David Ramirez, la Dra. en Letras Elizabeth Vivero (@tw: elizabethvivero) y la "TechLawyer" Cinthya Gómez (IG: lacd_rom)

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
5 libros para leer sobre el orgullo LGBTIQ+

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 10:22


La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Colombia está lista para recibir a viajeros LGBTIQ como destino amigable: IGLTA

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 2:30


FelipeCárdenas, primer colombiano y latino en presidir la Organización Mundial deTurismo LGBTQ, la IGLTA, conversó en La W en el marco de la fiesta LGTBQ en Madrid.

Melbourne Inclusive Church
Mary Magdalene: A Glimpse into True Discipleship

Melbourne Inclusive Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 38:55


Mary Magdalene has been spoken of since the day she met Jesus but are the rumours true? What we discover about this amazing woman of faith is the hope that we all hold. She saw it first. A woman in Jesus day becomes a witness to the greatest miracle of all time. Check out Mary's story. To support the ministry of Melbourne Inclusive Church go to: https://www.michurch.org.au/your-giftMelbourne Inclusive Church boldly and proudly proclaims Christ's equal love for all people regardless of their ability, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender or culture. Melbourne Inclusive Church is a church plant of Encounter Missions International.

No Soy Moda
Nostalgia por los que ya se fueron y nos dejaron una marcha LGBTIQ+ en Puebla - Onan Vázquez

No Soy Moda

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 70:29


Este capítulo está dedicado a todos esos activistas que se fueron sembrando en la tierra durante estos últimos años, después de lograr grandes cambios sociales, iniciando esas batallas de libertad y visibilidad, en especial a José Juan González Sayas. A todos ellos Gracias. Platicamos con Onan Vázquez y conociendo un poco de su vida, y él también como comenzó la primera marcha de "ambiente" en Puebla, nuestra ciudad de origen. Es parte de la historia de muchas ciudades en nuestro país o quizás en el mundo. ______________- Redes sociales de Onan Vázquez: Facebook: Vida Plena vidaplenapuebla@gmail.com ______________- Patrocinador: Playeras con mucho orgullo https://www.yasss.mx Nuestras redes: Podcast #NoSoyModa Instagram: https://bit.ly/38Ycs0Z --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nosoymoda/message

Sexcándala
Ep 127 Nuestras vidas post pandemia

Sexcándala

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 60:35


¿KHAAA? ¿Que ya pasaron más de dos años desde que inició la pandemia por COVID, y este evento aún no se termina? Así es, hermanes. En este episodio hablamos de los efectos que ha tenido en nuestras vidas y cómo las personas LGBTIQ+ nos hemos reintegrado a la escuela, el trabajo y hasta en el arte del ligue. Que el home office, la pérdida de empleo, la crisis del sistema de salud, el uso de drogas y hasta la solidaridad comunitaria son cosas que hemos tenido que reflexionar como comunidad para seguir adelante en estos tiempos. Así que pónganse cómodes, y pásenle a escuchar este episodio con calmita, una vez que ya acabó el mes del orgullo y tenemos un momento para pausar y respirar.

World Wide Wave
World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 5, 2022

World Wide Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 6:20


Listen to the week's World Wide Wrap where we round up all that was in international LGBTIQ+ news for the week to July 5, 2022. World Wide Wave aims to... LEARN MORE The post World Wide Wrap: LGBTIQ+ News for the Week to July 5, 2022 appeared first on World Wide Wave.

Top-Thema mit Vokabeln | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
Feiern für Toleranz und Vielfalt: CSD in Köln

Top-Thema mit Vokabeln | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 2:50


Musik, bunte Kostüme, Partystimmung: Nach zwei Jahren Corona-Einschränkungen feierten über eine Million Menschen den Kölner Christopher Street Day wieder in voller Größe. Zur Begrüßung sprach der Ministerpräsident.

Sparkle and Thrive
[Episode 146] Life is a spiral with lessons to learn. How Juliet Addenbrooke found her true purpose through TechPixies

Sparkle and Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 44:57


If you've ever felt like you're facing the same battles in life, again and again, you'll love this episode of the Sparkle and Thrive Podcast. Not least because Joy's mashing up the airwaves with her usual brand of savvy advice and thought-provoking nuggets with one of the most popular peeps in our community,

Lei Nai Shou
Mes del orgullo LGBTIQ No.94

Lei Nai Shou

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022


Sobre el mes del orgullo LGBTIQ en Cuba y el mundo

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Bülent Somay ile Akıntıya Karşı: Benim bedenim benim kararım

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 32:28


“ABD'de Anayasa Mahkemesi diyebileceğimiz ‘Yüce Mahkeme', kürtajı ülke çapında bir ‘hak' olmaktan çıkaran bir karar aldı. Bunu da Trump döneminde ‘atanan' üç muhafazakar yargıcın oylarıyla yaptı. Şimdi aynı mahkeme gözünü LGBTIQ+ haklarına dikmiş gibi görünüyor. Aynı dönemde Türkiye, Onur Yürüyüşü'nü büyük bir şiddet ve yüzlerce gözaltı ile durdurmaya çalışarak onlara bir nevi ‘örnek oldu' denebilir. Bedenlerimize yönelik bu ulusaşırı tehdide karşı en anlamlı direniş, her tehdit ortaya çıktığında sınırlı ve geçici protestolar yerine, farklı kimliklere de olsa bir araya gelip büyük, tek ve ulusaşırı bir mücadelenin temellerini atmak olabilir ancak.” Bülent Somay, Akıntıya Karşı'da bu hafta ABD'de kürtajın hak olmaktan çıkarılması ve Türkiye'de Onur Yürüyüşü'ne polis müdahalelerinden hareketle, iktidarların beden politikaları üzerine konuşuyor. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3OYD6WE

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
Marcha Orgullo LGBTIQ+ se tomará las calles de Bogotá

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 19:52


Pleibéricos
Pleibéricos 21.7 - Revista: Estudios LGBTIQ+ Comunicación y Cultura (Ediciones Complutense).

Pleibéricos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 6:19


Esther Gimeno Ugalde habla con Francisco Zurián sobre la revista que dirige, Estudios LGBTIQ+ Comunicación y Cultura (Ediciones Complutense).

Curioseame
Orgullo@s de ser: Pride T4:E:12

Curioseame

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 26:08


Ser y ya está! De eso se trata esta fecha ! Seamos... e invitemos a todos a ser aquello que los hace felices que los hace ser su mejor versión!

ONDEM Podcasts
ONDE Diversidade #028 – Políticas Públicas para a Comunidade LGBTIQ+ na América Latina

ONDEM Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 39:48


Neste episódio, Débora bate um papo com a pesquisadora de gênero e sexualidade Bruna Irineu sobre disputas de direitos e políticas públicas para a comunidade LGBTIQ+ na América Latina. Como parte da sua pesquisa, Bruna compara os contextos em países como Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Argentina e Uruguai. Professora da Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso no Departamento de Serviço Social e no Programa de Pós-Graduação em Política Social, Bruna Irineu é mestra em Sociologia pela UFG e doutora em Serviço Social pela UFRJ. Ela também é bolsista de pós-doutorado júnior pelo CNPq. Conselheira e ex-presidenta da Associação Brasileira de Estudos da Transhomocultura, ela compartilha conosco sua experiência como primeira presidenta lésbica da associação. Bruna Irineu mora em Cuiabá. O Nome Disso é Diversidade é o nosso podcast focado em entrevistades LGBTIQs brasileires pelo mundo e na militância, na arte, na pesquisa científica e na política. Apresentação e entrevista: Débora Medeiros Convidada: Bruna Irineu Edição: 20a20 Arte da vitrine: JP Martins; foto por Alfonso Sangiao Delgado Feed: http://onomedissoemundo.com/feed/podcast/ Streaming: Spotify — Booking — Reserve seu hotel pelo Booking.com. — Links — Bruna Irineu no Instagram Bruna Irineu no Twitter Bruna Irineu no TikTok Bruna Irineu ResearchGate Livro da Bruna: "Nas tramas da política pública LGBT: Um estudo crítico acerca da experiência brasileira (2003-2015)" Apoia.se do ONDEM Instagram do ONDEM Twitter do ONDEM Grupo do ONDEM no Facebook Telegram do ONDEM Mapa do ONDEM Você pode entrar em contato com a gente pelo Twitter, Instagram e Facebook. Para não perder nenhum episódio, assine o podcast no iTunes, no seu agregador de podcast preferido ou no Spotify. Para apoiar o ONDEM, acesse apoia.se/ondem e contribua com nosso projeto.

Sparkle and Thrive
[Episode 145] Nicci Take shares sales coaching tips, parenting tips and her story as a transwoman

Sparkle and Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 76:06


Nicci Take has a pretty interesting perspective on business life. She spent 45 years as a man running a business and raising her kids – happily revealing that her role as a father has been the most important job in her life – before embracing her authentic self as a woman. ⚧️ ⚧️There is so much to unpack in Nicci's story that this episode will make you laugh, make you think, and give you a truckload of tips on everything from parenting to sales. Because Nicci is both a highly sought-after sales/deals coach and a stand-up comedian, as well as a super successful CEO and entrepreneur (you'd wish you'd had her as your boss, for sure).Here's why you need to tune inHear how Nicci changed the culture of her business with feminine thinking and why this is the key to successful sales. Learn how you can negotiate with a teenager to tidy their room (yep, it IS possible

La Wikly
🏳️‍🌈 Tras Roe, ¿peligran los derechos LGBTQ?

La Wikly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:43


27 de junio | Nueva YorkLeer esta newsletter te llevará 12 minutos y 54 segundos.📬 Mantente informado con nuestras columnas de actualidad diarias. Tienes un ejemplo en este boletín que enviamos el pasado miércoles sobre la victoria de Gustavo Petro en Colombia. Puedes suscribirte a través de este enlace:No todas nadan bien. Bienvenido a La Wikly.⚖️ Una amenaza realLo importante: el Tribunal Supremo estadounidense puso fin este pasado viernes al derecho constitucional al aborto al anular un par de sentencias previas de la Corte, sacudiendo a millones de estadounidenses que creen que este es solo el primero de más retrocesos.La decisión Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health amenaza con poner peligro otros derechos reconocidos por el tribunal, incluidos aquellos que protegen las libertades que la comunidad LGBTQ ha conquistado en las últimas décadas.Contexto: el Tribunal Supremo está ahora mismo formado por seis jueces conservadores y tres progresistas, lo que desequilibra la balanza de forma trascendental y abre la veda a que la mayoría conservadora atente contra derechos que se creían asegurados.La composición actual de la Corte es algo en lo que el movimiento judicial conservador de Estados Unidos lleva luchando desde hace décadas. Emilio repasó la historia de ese proceso en un artículo para Newtral.Explícamelo: la base argumentativa de la sentencia que el Supremo publicó este viernes se puede leer en decisiones judiciales del Supremo que se remontan a mediados del siglo XX. Si ha caído el aborto, otros derechos fijados por la Corte hace años podrían estar ahora en peligro.En esta newsletter, explicamos cuál es la base argumentativa que reconoció el derecho al aborto, por qué es controvertida y qué implica que la mayoría conservadora actual del tribunal haya arremetido contra ella de forma tan contundente.📜 El quid constitucionalLa sentencia Roe v. Wade de 1973 es parte de una serie de decisiones del Supremo que interpretaban la Constitución de una forma desconocida en los primeros 100 años de historia de Estados Unidos. Y todo tiene que ver con un extracto de la Sección Primera de la Decimocuarta Enmienda de su Constitución:“Ningún estado podrá […] privar a una persona de su vida, libertad o propiedad, sin un debido proceso legal”.La Decimocuarta Enmienda es una de llamadas Enmiendas de la Reconstrucción aprobadas tras el final de la Guerra Civil que enfrentó a los Estados Confederados que defendían la Esclavitud contra la Unión que encabezaba el gobierno federal.El objetivo de la Enmienda era proteger los derechos de los antiguos esclavos. Tanto su ratificación como la interpretación que los tribunales han hecho de sus cláusulas ha sido motivo de debates constitucionales profundamente controvertidos.En particular, la llamada Cláusula del Debido Proceso que hemos detallado arriba se ha litigado de forma constante en el último siglo de historia. Y todo tiene que ver con los derechos que la cláusula garantiza en todos los estados del país, según un análisis del Constitution Center:Protecciones procesales. Por ejemplo, requieren que el estado notifique acordemente a un ciudadano si va a dejar de percibir un seguro médico público y que facilite una audiencia en la que ese ciudadano pueda argumentar por qué debe seguir recibiendo ese seguro.Derechos individuales listados en la Carta de Derechos como la libertad de expresión, la libertad de religión o la libertad de prensa.Derechos fundamentales que no están específicamente enumerados en otras partes de la Constitución, incluidos el derecho al matrimonio, el derecho al uso de anticonceptivos o, hasta este pasado viernes, el derecho al aborto.La Quinta Enmienda ya protegía esos derechos, pero solo aplicaba contra el gobierno federal, con lo que los estados podían seguir vulnerándolos tal y como ocurría con la Esclavitud. La Decimocuarta incorporaba esos derechos contra los estados.Eso incluía los derechos protegidos bajo el debido proceso sustantivo, la categoría en la que se enmarcan los derechos no enumerados en la Constitución.Y cabe señalar que la Novena Enmienda sugiere que los derechos enumerados en la Constitución no niegan “otros retenidos por el pueblo”.La base de la controversia de ese debido proceso sustantivo es que los jueces de la Corte pueden concluir que un derecho emana de la Constitución pese a que no esté específicamente mencionado en el texto. Es de ahí que algunas de las decisiones más polémica del Supremo basen parte de su argumentación en ello:En Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), la Corte anuló las prohibiciones al uso de anticonceptivos en los estados porque entendía que estaban vulnerando el derecho a la privacidad de las parejas.El Supremo determinó que ese derecho no estaba explícitamente mencionado en la Constitución, pero que podía inferirse de otros derechos como el de reunión, protegido en la Primera Enmienda; el de acuartelar soldados en tiempos de paz, protegido por la Tercera; y el de ser libre de registros irrazonables del hogar, protegido por la Cuarta.En las décadas posteriores, el Supremo también usó en parte el debido proceso sustantivo para proteger el derecho al matrimonio entre parejas interraciales (1967), el derecho a que personas no casadas usaran métodos anticonceptivos (1972), el derecho al aborto (1973), el derecho a mantener conductas sexuales íntimas (2003) y el derecho al matrimonio para parejas del mismo sexo (2015).🏛 Una corte conservadoraEl reciente fallo de Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health no solo deja de reconocer el aborto como un derecho constitucional, sino que también abre la puerta a cambios en la forma en que la Corte Suprema venía interpretando la Cláusula del Debido Proceso de la Decimocuarta Enmienda.Hasta ahora, el debido proceso sustantivo era interpretado como la garantía de protección constitucional a derechos que no necesariamente están explícitos en la Constitución o que son estrictamente procesales.En la opinión mayoritaria de la Corte, el juez Samuel Alito escribe que “nada en esta opinión debe entenderse como que pone en duda los precedentes que no tienen que ver con el aborto”. Sin embargo, el razonamiento legal que esgrime la mayoría para revocar Roe v. Wade y Planned Parenthood v. Casey podría aplicarse a otros fallos.El principal argumento de Alito es que no existe una protección constitucional explícita para el derecho al aborto, y que cualquier derecho no enumerado explícitamente en la Constitución debe estar “profundamente arraigado en la historia y tradición de esta nación” y estar “implícito en el concepto de libertad ordenada” para poder acogerse al amparo constitucional.Los requisitos de este método, que a menudo se conoce como la prueba Glucksberg por el fallo Washington v. Glucksberg (1997), impiden inferir la constitucionalidad del derecho al aborto.Ante este razonamiento, el juez Clarence Thomas advirtió en una opinión concurrente del fallo que, bajo ese razonamiento, el derecho al aborto no es el único que ha sido mal protegido. Fallos como Lawrence v. Texas (2003), que ampara constitucionalmente la libertad de personas del mismo sexo a mantener relaciones sexuales consentidas, serían susceptibles de revocación.“En casos futuros, debemos reconsiderar todos los precedentes sustantivos del debido proceso de este Tribunal, incluidos Griswold, Lawrence y Obergefell. Debido a que cualquier decisión enmarcada en el debido proceso sustantivo es “evidentemente errónea”, tenemos el deber de “corregir el error” establecido en esos precedentes”, dice un pasaje de la concurrencia de Thomas.Aunque el razonamiento del juez Thomas es mucho más extremo que el de la mayoría de los jueces, su lógica muestra que es difícil marcar el límite en los derechos que revierte este fallo cuando estos se encuentran conectados por la misma lógica de interpretación. Este es, a la vez, uno de los argumentos que esgrime la minoría liberal de la Corte, disidente del fallo.“No fue hasta Roe, argumenta la mayoría, que la gente pensó que el aborto estaba dentro de la garantía de libertad de la Constitución. Sin embargo, lo mismo podría decirse de la mayoría de los derechos que la mayoría afirma que no está manipulando. La mayoría podría escribir una opinión igual de larga mostrando, por ejemplo, que hasta mediados del siglo XX, “no había apoyo en la ley estadounidense para un derecho constitucional a obtener [anticonceptivos]”. Así que una de las dos cosas debe ser cierta. O bien la mayoría no cree realmente en su propio razonamiento. O si lo hace, todos los derechos que no tienen una historia que se remonta a mediados del siglo XIX son inseguros. O la mayor parte de la opinión de la mayoría es hipocresía, o los derechos constitucionales adicionales están bajo amenaza”, declaran en conjunto los jueces progresistas Elena Kagan, Stephen Breyer y Sonia Sotomayor.🧑‍⚖️ Base de arenaDurante muchos años, el juez Anthony Kennedy fue la figura fundamental en la lucha legal por la igualdad de los homosexuales. En Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) y United States v. Windsor (2013), la Corte sostuvo que el gobierno federal debe reconocer los matrimonios entre personas del mismo sexo.Ambas fueron decisiones 5-4 escritas por Kennedy, como resultado de su incómoda alianza con los cuatro jueces liberales.En ese tipo de casos, cuando las opiniones están muy divididas, a menudo se asigna la redacción de la sentencia mayoritaria al juez más indeciso. Sigue la teoría de que es poco probable que dicho juez cambie su voto si puede adaptar la opinión de la mayoría a sus propios puntos de vista.El resultado es que las argumentaciones que esgrimió Kennedy para la defensa de estos derechos no son muy sólidas. Ignoran doctrinas que podrían haber fundamentado una prohibición de discriminación por motivos de orientación sexual y se centran en defender que son derechos constitucionales no enumerados amparados por la doctrina del debido proceso sustantivo.Algo que, como vimos con Roe v. Wade, deja al fallo más vulnerable a ser anulado por una mayoría conservadora dedicada.El fallo Dobbs de Alito y su confianza exclusiva en el marco de Glucksberg para determinar qué derechos no enumerados están protegidos por la Constitución puede interpretarse como una estrategia del juez a largo plazo. Es decir, podría estar usando una terminología jurídica que pueda usarse para justificar otra victoria conservadora en el futuro.A esto se suma que Alito protagonizó una de las opiniones contrarias al fallo de Obergefell que reconocía el derecho al matrimonio homosexual.Con aquella argumentación, demostró su nivel de desdén por los derechos LGBTIQ+ con una elección retórica que lo apartó incluso de varios de sus compañeros jueces conservadores.La decisión de Obergefell “se utilizará para vilipendiar a los estadounidenses” que creen que las parejas del mismo sexo no merecen los mismos derechos y las personas que expresan puntos de vista anti-LGBTQ “correrán el riesgo de ser etiquetadas como intolerantes”, sostuvo Alito.¿Entiendes ahora el miedo de la comunidad LGBTQ+ a perder derechos?¿Desea saber más? Los artículos del Constitution Center sobre la Decimocuarta Enmienda son muy esclarecedores. Y los análisis judiciales de SCOTUSblog sobre las sentencias del Supremo son al mismo tiempo profundas pero fáciles de leer para no-expertos.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de FilminBy Emilio Doménech120 pulsaciones por minuto es una película francesa de 2017 dirigida por Robin Campillo. Cuenta la historia de un grupo de activistas galos a primeros de los 90 en su lucha por reivindicar los derechos LGBTQ en el contexto de la epidemia del SIDA.La película ganó el Gran Premio del Jurado y el premios FIPRESCI de la crítica en el Festival de Cannes de su año. Acabaría arrasando en los Premios César franceses con seis galardones entre los que se incluyeron Mejor Película, Mejor Actor de Reparto y Mejor Guion Original.Campillo logra una pieza que se siente a la vez informativa, pedagógica y profundamente emocional. Porque pese a retratar el día a día del activismo, con reuniones y debates ideológicos que a priori pueden resultar poco atractivos para el espectador, en realidad el filme hace un trabajo fantástico equilibrando dosis de intensidad dramática con episodios de exploración temática que inspiran por su lucidez.Cero sorpresas con que Campillo se llevara el premio al Mejor Montaje en los César, pues la labor de edición es el logro más incontestable del filme.Campillo era editor antes de ser director. Y también fue el guionista de una película con la que 120 pulsaciones por minuto comparte esa facilidad para convertir conversaciones con sustancia informativa, histórica y discursiva en diálogos que también tienen peso dramático: la extraordinaria La clase, de Laurent Cantet, ganadora de la Palma de Oro en Cannes en 2008.En una era en la que la comunidad LGBTQ+ en países como Estados Unidos teme por sufrir un retroceso en materia de derechos, largometrajes como el de Campillo ilustran lo difícil que fue luchar por conseguirlos.Y en la historia de los personajes de 120 pulsaciones por minuto están también la de otras tantas miles de personas que reivindicaron su igualdad en tiempos bastante más oscuros, pues la película muestra los coletazos más duros del SIDA.120 pulsaciones por minuto está disponible en Filmin.🥊 Otro récord de IbaiBy Marina EnrichLo importante: Ibai organizó este pasado sábado La velada del año 2, una noche dedicada al boxeo y a la música en el Palau Olímpic de Badalona (Barcelona) en la que varios streamers combatieron entre sí. Ah, y David Bustamante, también.La clave. Ibai logró el récord histórico de 3,3 millones de espectadores simultáneos en el stream (2,4 millones de media). El récord anterior lo tenía TheGrefg, otro streamer español, con un pico de 2,5 millones de espectadores cuando presentó su skin de Fortnite (un ‘look’ que había diseñado para el juego online).Ten en mente que el minuto de oro en la televisión española el pasado viernes se lo llevó Pasapalabra con 2,7 millones de espectadores, mientra que la Voz Kids congregó una media de 1,3 millones de espectadores durante la noche.Los highlights.Ibai anunciando dos días antes la escaleta del evento vía Twitch usando Paint. Ni comunicados de prensa, ni publicaciones estándares para sus seguidores. Lo que nos gusta.Las actuaciones de Bizarrap, Nicki Nicole, Duki o Rels B. Puedes verlas aquí.La asistencia de AuronPlay o ElRubius, sobre todo porque nunca suelen ir a este tipo de eventos.

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis
Los famosos que asistieron a marcha LGBTIQ+

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:46


Comenzamos platicando de Alfredo Adame y su hijo Sebastián quienes andan distanciados pero lamentablemente no se pudieron juntar en la marcha del DF. ¿Qué fue lo que pasó? ¡Las noticias del espectáculo más chidas en el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!

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Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis
Lucía Méndez se transforma en drag queen

Sin censura, con Raúl Brindis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:12


Para apoyar a la comunidad LGBTIQ+, la diva de México decidió aceptar de ser “reina draga” por un día. ¿Qué más expresó Lucía? Lo puedes escuchar en este Bonuscast perrón.¡Las noticias del espectáculo más chidas en el Bonuscast del Podcast del Show de Raul Brindis!

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Sparkle and Thrive
[Episode 144] Lisa Mellis on how you can be a better LGBTIQ+ ally this Pride Month and beyond

Sparkle and Thrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:55


Last year, we posted a picture of Lisa, our head of brand, with her wife Jenny on their wedding day. It's a joyous image, a celebration of the concept that love is love.

Talla Única
T3.E3. ¡Los hombres trans existen! Con @chiquir0

Talla Única

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 41:04


En el mes del orgullo LGBTIQ+ todo se pinta de arcoíris pero, ¿qué pasa realmente con los diferentes espectros que conforman esta sigla? En Talla Única hemos conversado con diferentes miembros de la comunidad pero no nos habíamos sentado a escuchar la voz de un hombre trans y todo lo que tiene por decir tan valioso y poderoso. Por eso invitamos a Ivan Donato (@chiguir0) sobre su experiencia de vida trans y a qué desafíos se enfrenta en una sociedad como la nuestra. TALLA ÚNICA ES UNA IDEA ORIGINAL DE ADRIANA CONVERS PARA FAT PANDORA.