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To close out June as Pride Month comes to an end, Shaun wanted to bring his listeners in to answer any questions you may have for him directly from his IG and Twitter feed. Questions answered on today's episode:Why is LGBTQ+ representation so important, especially to school-aged kids?What is the legacy you, Shaun, want to leave behind?Is it ok to not know where you fit under the LGBTQ+ umbrella (to know you're Queer but don't know which “label”)? How can you be authentically you and have Pride if you don't know how you identify & don't know who/what you are?When you're running on empty, how do you fill your cup so you can be your best self for others?How do I talk about all of it generally? I don't want to disrespect anyone but so many changes I want to learn? The best response when someone says it's your choice to be gay?What is the proper way to ask someone what pronoun(s) they identify as, or would like you to use?What is the best thing an ally ever did to support your journey?Follow along @trustandbelievepod on Instagram for all of the latest updates! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
These are the stories of four entrepreneurs, all a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Though their businesses span industries and states, they all have something in common: they're navigating the challenges of starting a business while also working towards sustainable growth, success, and happiness as queer entrepreneurs. We're excited to amplify their voices, share their perspective on what needs to change, and learn their hopes for the future.
As we wrap of PRIDE MONTH, let's never forget, our lives and our freedom as LGBTQ individuals continues to be in the crosshairs of so many people in the world. Over 300 bills to date, in 2022 have been brought to the political forefront as a strike to who we are and how we live our lives. Helping us see how to be more vigilant and active to keep our freedoms is Fran Hutchins, Executive Director of Equality Federation. This candid and fun conversation shows how to take a stand and never give up as an LGBTQ Person. About Fran Fran Hutchins is the Executive Director at Equality Federation, the national strategic partner to state-based organizations working to win equality in the communities we call home. She has been with the Federation since 2012 and has worked on the ground with our partners to build strong organizations, develop tailored strategies, and create data-driven solutions to meet the needs of our movement. Fran's career has focused on building a strong progressive movement that changes the way we approach some of our most pressing social problems: poverty, homelessness, education, economic inequality, and discrimination. She is especially proud to have served as Regional Field Director for Mainers United for Marriage, the successful 2012 campaign to win marriage for same-sex couples in Maine. Fran completed her MBA and Masters of Public Policy and Public Administration at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fran grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, and now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her wife, Laura Kalba, a professor at the University of Minnesota, and their orange cat, Oscar Wilde, and fluffy dog, Otis. Connect With https://www.equalityfederation.org/ (Website) https://www.facebook.com/EqualityFed (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/equalityfed/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/EqualityFed (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/equality-federation/ (LinkedIn) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2RBmUxZ ()https://bit.ly/2UxP9zN () https://spoti.fi/2JpvCfg ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/the-coming-out-lounge () http://tun.in/pjtKR ()https://bit.ly/30kT4kL () https://bit.ly/2FVH55j ()
This episode is sponsored by my wonderful friends at Qgiv! I'll be holding a free webinar with them on July 21 - to go https://www.bit.ly/qgivandjulia and register for free! See you there!"Your career has real value and potential, even if you didn't start out with a fixed idea of what you wanted to end up doing, then pursue it in a series of obvious, tried and tested steps." For the past twenty years, Russ Finkelstein has worked to change how individuals view their current and future work and how institutions support their staff, members, fellows and alums in developing their leadership and making decisions. As a founding team member at organizations like Idealist.org, ClearlyNext, Fund the People, and Title8, Russ has helped visionary leaders realize sustainable programs, have greater impact and live better lives outside of work. Russ was chosen by LinkedIn as one of 6 LGBTQ+ creators feature during Pride Month.Here are some of the topics we discussed:His stated purpose in helping outliers find their way in work in life;How he envisions the future of work;The so-called "great resignation"Imposter syndrome and how to be vulnerable and show up in an authentic way personally and professionally Connect with Russ:https://www.linkedin.com/in/russfinkelstein/https://russfinkelstein.com/Washington Post ColumnLinkedIn: Support LGBTQ+ Professionals Beyond JuneAbout Julia Campbell, the host of the Nonprofit Nation podcast:Named as a top thought leader by Forbes and BizTech Magazine, Julia Campbell (she/hers) is an author, coach, and speaker on a mission to make the digital world a better place.She wrote her book, Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, as a roadmap for social change agents who want to build movements using engaging digital storytelling techniques. Her second book, How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit, was published in 2020 as a call-to-arms for mission-driven organizations to use the power of social media to build movements. Julia's online courses, webinars, and talks have helped hundreds of nonprofits make the shift to digital thinking and raise more money online.Connect with Julia on other platforms:Instagram: www.instagram.com/juliacampbell77Twitter: www.twitter.com/juliacsocialLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/juliacampbellBlog: www.jcsocialmarketing.com/blogTake Julia's free nonprofit masterclass, 3 Must-Have Elements of Social Media Content that Converts
Today we feature Richard Stevens, better known as Barbra Seville, Arizona's most famous drag queen. For over a decade, Barbra was friends with Kari Lake. Kari Lake was once a local newscaster in Phoenix who is is now running for the Republican nomination for governor. Kari has run a Xenophonobic, anti-LGBTQ, hate-filled campaign and recently condemned drag queens for harming America. But, here's the thing. For the last decade Kari Lake loved going to drag queen shows, was known as a big tipper, and invited Barbra to dance in front of her kids. In her quest for MAGA support, Kari Lake betrayed her friend Barbra and placed an entire community in danger. Listen to Barbra explain what a fraud, coward, and backstabber Kari Lake is. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The unspeakable has finally come to pass: The Supreme Court has ruled, in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson, to overturn Roe v. Wade and roll back abortion rights across the U.S. For the first time, the Court has taken away a fundamental right that so many depend on. This unprecedented assault on bodily autonomy will unleash significant harms across the country — particularly for those most marginalized, including poor women and girls, women of color, LGBTQ people and disabled people. It also raises fundamental questions when it comes to the dismantling of privacy protections — the opinion calls into question other fundamental rights decided by the court including the right to birth control, same sex marriage, and more. How can this decision be justified in light of glaring rates of maternal mortality and mortality? How can we move forward and secure the rights of those most impacted by this devastating ruling? And how can we center those most vulnerable among us, and ensure they're included in the promise of our constitution? In this episode, "On The Issues" host Dr. Michele Goodwin speaks directly to our audience, unpacking the Dobbs decision and what comes next. Support the show
Holly Woodlawn (1946-2015) is an actress and transgender icon whose impact spanned decades. Typically, pop artist Andy Warhol gave different artists and performers their fifteen minutes of fame through his experimental films and avant garde party scene. But this star's legacy persisted long after she first graced the screen.Special thanks to our exclusive Pride Month sponsor, Mercedes-Benz! Mercedes-Benz continues to support and stand with the LGBTQIA+ community. Listen all month long as we celebrate women whose authentic expression in their lives and bodies of work have expanded the norms of gender and sexuality in the performing arts.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins. Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at email@example.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter
In the final Pride month special episode, Bryan and Christina talk with Slate senior writer Mark Joseph Stern. They assess what the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, the case that swept away Roe v. Wade, might mean for LGBTQ rights. Should we be worried about marriage equality? Given Americans' purported love of privacy, is there any way that the right to same-sex intimacy, protected in Lawrence v. Texas, might now come under attack? Mark helps the hosts find hope, slim though it might be, amid the cruelty of the Dobbs decision. Items discussed in the show: The episode of Amicus in which Dahlia Lithwick and guests discussed Dobbs (and Bruen). Season 7 of Slow Burn, about Roe v. Wade and the history of abortion rights in America. A special post-Dobbs episode of The Waves, with Christina and Cheyna Roth. “The Supreme Court's Next Target Is Marriage Equality. It Won't Be the Last,” by Mark Joseph Stern “The Lawlessness of the Dobbs Decision,” by Dahlia Lithwick and Neil S. Siegel. This podcast was produced by June Thomas. Please send feedback, topic ideas, and advice questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lately, the news has been pretty bleak: losing our reproductive rights, seeing just how close we came to losing our democracy on January 6… there haven't been a lot of reasons for hope. But this episode we're changing that, because we're talking to four incredible young LGBTQ activists. As our panel moderator Jess McIntosh says, advocacy is a relay race - and these young people are already running with the baton. And if teenagers can put together marches or speak at school board meetings, how much more could we all be doing?But before we get to our youth panel, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein discuss how they're feeling about the Roe news a few days later. They chat about how the Republican Party seems to be backpedaling because they're realizing that overturning Roe is widely unpopular. But they aren't going to stop trying to take away our rights, from abortion to gay marriage, so we need to keep having these conversations and organizing.Finally, our hosts raise a glass to their kids, to a little alone time, and to being in the right place at the right time in this week's “Toast to Joy.”You can visit go.redwine.blue/roepod to get more information about how to stand up for reproductive rights. There, you can find answers to frequently asked questions and learn more about how to get involved. The court has spoken and we want to know how many suburban women are willing to join us to fight extremism.For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com.
It's Pride Month!! This month we're covering LGBTQ+ films all month long from cult classics, award winners, to modern favorites! Mo and Christina take on their final Pride Month flick: 2020's The Half of It! Sit back as they discuss taco sausages, mirror images, and what makes this movie a comforting modern classic. Our merch shop is live! Check out our Raymond the Lifeguard design and so much more!! https://tinyurl.com/vxpbczup Shop Little Lady Baby Follow us on instagram @moviesthatraisedus Follow us on tiktok @moviesthatraiseduspod Follow us on twitter @mtru_pod Do you have a movie you want us to cover next? Fill out our form! https://forms.gle/fU5vRfTk8K5Gb7cD8 Thank you to our wonderful listeners for your wonderful reviews! If you want us to pick a song to play in the 2000's movie montage of your life in the next episode, be sure to leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
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.
Happy Tuesday, fruity hoes!For the movie this week, Ashley and Ness review Unpregnant (HBO Max). A film about a couple of teens in Missouri that struggle with the inaccessibility of abortion care- oh and there's some gay. They later discuss raw dogging, edging, and Osmosis Jones.Trigger Warnings - abortion, teen pregnancy, stalking, gaslighting, manipulation, cops, pro-life abuse, divorce, absent father, bullying, abortion clinic, using organized religion for manipulationTone - I would say this is a light-hearted film that involves heavy topicsAbortion Fund Resources:Indigenous Women RisingThe Brigid AllianceNational Network of Abortion FundsThat's it for this episode! Tune in for new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNELWHERE ELSE TO FIND USLeave us a voicemail - (917) 408-3535Support the show
LGBTQ teens can have a good time in a safe space at the annual Santa Monica High School Queer Prom without the fear of experiencing hate or discrimination. The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade set a new precedent in the United States. Does that mean other rights are at stake, too? A local hospitality company is restoring Tail o' the Pup, an iconic hot dog stand in West Hollywood. It's set to reopen on July 20, also known as National Hot Dog Day.
The abortion ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court has sent worrisome signals to Colorado's LGBTQ community. Then, three professors of color reflect on why they've chosen to leave the University of Denver's Graduate School of Professional Psychology. Plus, meet the keeper of the Stanley Cup.
SCOTUS Overturning Everything and WTF of the Week. We're talking about the Supreme Court 'Fails' that continue to re-write history. And, Gianni Storm brings us the WTF of the week. -------------------------------------Follow your Hosts: Gianni Storm- https://www.instagram.com/giannistormmm/RobBRoK- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn9HEd6jqKwM9SZe4YEDajwLiz-E- https://www.facebook.com/lize.enders.3Nio Nyx - https://www.tiktok.com/nio_nyxSupport the show
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.
All episodes are available at https://TheNeuroNerds.com. Follow @TheNeuroNerds on Twitter/Instagram and Like us at Facebook.com/TheNeuroNerds.SummaryIt's Pride Month and we are celebrating LGBTQ+ brain injury survivors. In this episode, Joe is chatting with Michael Shutt, a stroke survivor, playwright, actor and gay man from Los Angeles. Michael shares what it was like growing up gay from when he realized he was gay at a young age. They talk about the lack of representation he experienced when he was younger and how that affected him. He also shares the immense support he received from the gay community after his stroke and how that has helped him through recovery.Links MentionedFollow Michael on IG - https://instagram.com/whmikeMichael's one-man show - https://www.alessoninswimming.comCreditsIf you're a brain injury survivor who would like help embracing your new normal and get more support through recovery, go to www.YouSoRock.coachSupport The NeuroNerds podcast on Patreon and join our NeuroJedi High Council at www.Patreon.com/TheNeuroNerdsCheck out The NeuroNerds Amazon Shop at amazon.com/shop/theneuronerdsPlus get a free Audible trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/theneuronerds!Co-hosted by Joe Borges and Lauren ManzanoFind Joe at http://joesorocks.com and @joesorocks on Twitter/InstagramSubmit your stroke/brain injury recovery story at https://www.joesorocks.com/submit-your-storyFind Lauren at @laurenlmanzano on Instagram, @tankbbg on TwitterProduced by Joe Borges and Felice LaZae, http://felicelazae.com, @felicelazae on Twitter/InstagramEdited by Marcellus WesleySponsored by Motus Nova, Avid Technology, and our Patreon Supporters
Happy Pride! Please consider supporting me at https://www.patreon.com/LindsayHoliday and help me make more fascinating videos! In the history of the world there have been numerous royals and countless common people who preferred the romantic company of their own gender. Acceptance of this has varied by time period and by culture. Being gay was often made much easier if you were a person born to wealth and privilege. Here are the stories of 8 royals from around the world – complicated an interesting people who happened to be gay or bisexual. Alexander the Great of Macedonia (356BCE – 323 BCE) Emperor Ai of Han China (27 BCE – 1 BCE) Philippe I, Duke of Orléans (1640 – 1701) Hortense Mancini (1646-1699) Prince Henry of Prussia (1726-1802) Princess Isabella of Bourbon-Parma (1741-1763) Archduke Ludwig Viktor of Austria (1842-1919) Luisa Isabel Álvarez de Toledo (1936-2008) Lord Ivar Mountbatten (1963-) Manvendra Singh Gohil (1965-) Sources: Dall'Orto, Giovanni. Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History from Antiquity to World War II. Robert Aldrich and Garry Wotherspoon, eds. London: Routledge, 2001. https://en.wikipedia.org Sex with Kings: 500 Years of Adultery, Power, Rivalry, and Revenge. HarperCollins Publishers, 2001. Herman, Eleanor. Sex with the Queen: 900 Years of Vile Kings, Virile Lovers, and Passionate Politics. HarperCollins Publishers, 2006. Music: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 - Classical Whimsical by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100303 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ For business inquiries, please contact LindsayHoliday@ellify.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyteatime/support
The ways in which abortion is often publicly debated can result in the harmful depiction of the experience of ending a pregnancy in overly simplistic terms. Rev. Katey Zeh, CEO of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, and Author of A Complicated Choice: Making Space for Grief and Healing in the Pro-Choice Movement, talks to us about her new book, the myths and stigma that people must wade through when getting an abortion, and the vast amount of feelings and experiences many people may have when accessing care. A Complicated Choice chronicles the complicated feelings that people have around their abortion experiences. Overall, the book highlights how people can make decisions surrounding abortion and have a lot of nuanced, complex feelings around it—but that doesn't mean that it wasn't the right decision. In addition, many people experience internalized abortion stigma, due to far-reaching myths and rhetoric spread by those who are anti-abortion. This stigma can often display itself as a sense of isolation in one's experience. White Christian nationalism intertwines greatly with the stigmatization of and logistical attacks against abortion. Steeped in racism, sexism, classism, and Christian nationalism, these abortion attacks disproportionately harm Black people, Indigenous people, other people of color, the LGBTQ+ community young people, etc. Find Reverend Katey Zeh's book at your local bookstore or on bookshop.org LinksA Complicated Choice by Katey ZehKatey Zeh on TwitterReligious Coalition for Reproductive Choice on TwitterReligious Coalition for Reproductive Choice on FacebookThe Kindreds PodcastINeedAnA.comAbortion Fund Donation FinderAbortionsWelcome.orgReligion and Repro Learning Center Take Action Follow the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice on Twitter and Facebook! Support your local abortion fund. You can find those nearest you here. If you are interested in the intersection of faith and abortion, you can visit AbortionsWelcome.org or go to the Religion and Repro Learning Center through the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.Support the show
We learned that commenting on the pace of a game in progress is as bad as saying “no-hitter” in the midst of one, and get called “Karen” for noting that a combined no-no is different from a no-no. We launch into the SCOTUS rant that you knew was coming, but don't worry, we deftly tie it to baseball and provide a checklist of specific actions including standing up AND sitting down, and being like Lauren. Pottymouth loses another boyfriend due to character flaws, we get a “Let's Go, Jeter” chant at Fenway that we can get behind, and Patti remains stuck with Adley's mustache because you don't mess with a streak. Hell has frozen over as we agree with Buck over Dusty. Pottymouth proposes a qHar bracket. We introduce you to Proud to be in Baseball, founded by Bryan Ruby, which supports LGBTQ+ ballplayers in high school, college, and beyond. Rainbows appear in LMB (the Mexican baseball league) and we learn non gendered vocabulary words in Spanish! The Venezuelan Women's baseball semi-finals concluded this weekend, with Pottymouth noting 3 women umpires, and the ability to watch games on YouTube. Patti shares the joy of the pressbox during collegiate summer league games. We say “Super spreader bat mitzvah,” “Even the mustard is gay,” and by popular demand, “Anzoátegui.”Get boosted, fight the man, send your game balls to Meredith, and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.
In this week's episode, we are closing out Pride Month with an interview with Brandon Wolf who is a nationally recognized LGBTQ civil rights advocate, leader in the movement to end gun violence in America, and survivor of the 2016 shooting at Pulse Nightclub. Brandon is the Press Secretary at the BBB's Give.org accredited charity - Equality Florida. Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida's LGBTQ community. Have questions/comments/concerns? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a comment on iTunes.
We'll introduce you to incredible organizations combatting hunger and homelessness in the LGBTQ+ community and take stock of queer culinary spaces that are safe, joyful, and liberating. Join us for an episode all about Pride as we dig into the rich intersection between food, drink, and the LGBTQ community.Further Reading:Learn more about the work that the Brave Space Alliance does here. To learn more about the Los Angeles LGBT Center Culinary Program and find out how you might enroll in it, visit this website, visit the Liberation Coffee House and their Anita May Rosenstein campus or contact them here.For more on Ginger's check out their instagram page. For more information on the work being done by the Lesbian Bar Project to document and support lesbian bars across the country, click here. HAGS will be opening on July 20th! Keep an eye on their website to get your reservation and follow their restaurant's journey on Instagram. Keep Meat and Three on the air: become an HRN Member today! Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate. Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast.
William Burckart, CEO of TIIP (The Investment Integration Project), discusses the launch of Colorful Capital to provide funding and support to undervalued business leaders in the LGBTQ+ community. Dr. Stacia Woodcock, Clinical Cannabis Pharmacist at Curaleaf, explains how cannabis consumption shifting towards health and wellness. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Facebook and Instagram have taken down posts that had been offering abortion pills. The posts sprang up in the days shortly after the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. As Pride Month moves closer to conclusion, we take a look at how an LGBTQ-owned business has chosen to celebrate it.
Facebook and Instagram have taken down posts that had been offering abortion pills. The posts sprang up in the days shortly after the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. As Pride Month moves closer to conclusion, we take a look at how an LGBTQ-owned business has chosen to celebrate it.
Hoque Venderbergh's manor has an imp infestation! Our adventurers will need to fight through a swarm of fiends to get at Clayton Colwyn, an old enemy of Dosh's and an ally of Hoque. They'll need to fight, despite the fact that they're very squishy. Join Dosh Johnson (Matt Smith), Donovan Likecher (Brad Renfro), Josh Donson (Ben Renfro), and Jack Jackerson (Brad Richards) as they continue their adventures in the Free Cities, led by Dungeon Master Paul Camper. Catch up on previous episodes with these characters (Ep. 38, 49, 61) and our larger campaign at www.deathsavingbros.com.Get even more Death Saving Bros content by becoming a supporter on Patreon.Follow us on Twitter and other social media @DeathSavingBros or visit our website.Shop for official Death Saving Bros merchandise on Redbubble to get t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and more.The songs “Banish Thee,” “Grihoo Village,” “Lord Merriweather Wants You Dead,” “The Old Gods Hunger,” and “Subtle Fluid” are copyright Will Savino and the Music d20 project. The song “Rise of the Pumpkin King” is copyright Adventure Music. The song “Parlor Perturbance (Mystery)” is by Boy King of Idaho.These tracks are used with permission. All rights reserved.The songs “Clash Defiant,” “Hard Boiled,” “March of the Spoons,” “Monkoto,” and “Sardana,” are by Kevin MacLeod at Incompetech.com. This track is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 and sourced from filmmusic.io.The track “Silent Motion” is music by Orchestralis.The Death Saving Bros theme song is an abridged version of the track "Run" by Kai Engel from The Free Music Archive. It is used with permission under Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.
We try our best to save replays for only our most beloved and timely episodes, and this episode featuring Marion and Rachel from Mama Dragons is more important than ever. With anti-gay and anti-trans legislation cropping up all across our country, we felt re-sharing their powerful stories during PRIDE Month was more important than ever.
Sacha Coward is a LGBTQ+ historian, tour guide and escape room designer from London. I could've conversed with Sacha for hours about LGBTQ+ history, mermaids and vampires. In the US we are honoring Pride Month, and I am grateful to Sacha for teaching me about the history of Pride and how the LGBTQ+ culture has evolved over the years. The post 289. Sacha Coward on Pride Month, LGBTQ+ history and mermaids first appeared on Sifu Mimi Chan.
As we conclude PRIDE month, Torrian shares his COMING OUT story; Torrian discusses the moments leading up to telling his mother he was gay, and his unique relationship with his stepmom. Follow us on all social media platforms IG: @catchmyblackandgay Twitter: @catchmyblackgay email us: email@example.com
"Prior to Hadestown, I played The Magical Negro. I have no regrets about that. But all the while...and this is going to sound corny, but it's true. All the while I was saying, 'Why doesn't someone cast me for my mind? For my intellect? Am I really just another pretty face?' And it came together in Hadestown." André De Shields talks about the five decades he's spent working on Broadway, being a long-term survivor of HIV, and arriving in New York City during the sexual revolution of the 1970s. André can be seen on Broadway this fall in the newest revival of Death of a Salesman. LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD. A condensed transcript of each week's interview is posted on The Advocate's website. Follow us on Twitter: @lgbtqpod
Bahiyah Yasmeen Robinson is a leader in technology, investment and social impact initiatives. In 2018, she founded VC Include, an ecosystem of women, Black, Latinx, Indigenous and LGBTQ+ fund managers and alternative investments. In this episode, Keesa Schreane chats to Bahiyah about launching VC Include, why triple bottom line investments have grown to create a framework for how we invest in a way that is good for people and planet, and how she is developing a holistic infrastructure and ecosystem to drive change at scale when it comes to delivering success for first-time fund managers and underrepresented managers. This week on The Green Room, we hear from Lisa Zelljadt, Senior Analyst in LSEG’s Carbon Research team. She explains the who, the what and the how of Carbon Markets and dives into the results of our Carbon Markets Survey.
Director, fashion designer, restaurant owner, avid shopper, and friend Humberto Leon is here to tell us how he aggressively follows (like, IRL) designers to buy his favorite jewelry, creatively supports all the LGBTQ parents and kids in his daughters' middle school, and methodically organizes his home. This episode is full of such joyous stories from Humberto – hopefully, it makes you smile in this dark time. Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. Everyone should watch FIRE ISLAND written by and starring Joel Kim Booster with Bowen Yang and Margaret Cho. IT IS A NECESSARY ADD TO CART. A rewatchable rom-com. A revelation. The necklace from Pauly_T that Humberto drove to buy out at a gallery in Manhattan Pop Its are sweeping the kid world. So Humberto bought this kit with a Pop Purse and Toys for his kids. Humberto created an LGBTQIA+ group in his kids' middle school – he bought a pride flag to hang up (Ku has one on her flag pole too) Humberto is still debating whether or not he should purchase these Folding Closet Storage Boxes Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: lemonadamedia.com/sponsors See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Supreme Court issued more rulings on Monday. There have also been several legal challenges to the trigger laws set to go into effect in states like Louisiana and Utah once the court overturned Roe last Friday.Today is the 53rd anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. In honor of the drag queens of color like Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera who were central to the fight for LGBTQ equality, we walk through the history of drag and politics.We talk to actor and activist Terence Smith about his iconic presidential campaign as his drag persona, Joan Jett Blakk. RuPaul's Drag Race alum Peppermint tells us about how she's used her platform to advocate for the queer community. And Taylor Alxndr of Southern Fried Queer Pride explains how they use drag as a tool for political organizing in their community.Show Notes:AP: “Supreme Court backs coach in praying on field after games” – https://bit.ly/3ypzc3BJoan Jett Blakk in “The Beauty President” – https://vimeo.com/639178680Donate to Crooked Media's Pride Fund – https://crooked.com/pride/Follow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday
We are SO sorry we left you all on a cliff this week, but your suspense is finally over-- Part 2 of our interview with actress Rachel Roth (Winning London, So Little Time) is here!In this half, we hear Rachel's feelings on Robert Thorne, how a dinner with Mary-Kate and Ashley in London started a real life relationship with them back in LA, and what it was like hanging out with them at home with their "annoying" little sister Lizzie. Rachel describes being in the orbit of these tycoons at this epic time in their teen fame, and the sadness she felt at the incredible pace Mary-Kate and Ashley were expected to work.Rachel also talks about working with them again on So Little Time and her little-known but groundbreaking LGBTQ role on the Fox sitcom Titus. This interview gets very, very real and gave us a sober understanding of the darker sides of Mary-Kate and Ashley's world in 2001.HUGE thank you again to Rachel for talking with us, and for sharing some amazing BTS photos from the set of Winning London that you can see on our Instagram. You can also watch the video version of this interview on our Patreon here!Find us on Social Media!Instagram: @theythoughtiwasyouTikTok: @theythoughtiwasyouBecca: @beccarothLani: @laniharmsRachel: @rachiemcrothThoughts/questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As we bring LGBTQ+ Pride Month to a close, Jayzen is thrilled to have Deena Fidas on the show. Deena has had a fascinating career leading inclusion programs across the globe. She is currently the Managing Director and Chief Program and Partnerships Officer for Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, the premier organization working exclusively on LGBTQ workplace equality. Through their worldwide programs, Fortune 500 partnerships and their annual Workplace Summit conference, they help LGBTQ people thrive and support organizations creating a culture of belonging for all. In celebration of Pride Month, the Lead With Your Brand!™ Podcast has partnered with Out & Equal. Each week in June, we've featured an out leader each with an amazing career story to share. In addition, we've assembled an entire collection of shows with LGBTQ+ guests from the past three seasons, including two special roundtable episodes where we explore issues around the trans experience and intersectionality of race and LGBTQ+ in the workplace. The team at Out & Equal has created free downloadable discussion guides, so we encourage you to use the podcast as a virtual “book club” with your ERG or group of friends. Listen to the episodes, download the discussion guides and schedule your group discussion! Check out www.leadwithyourbrand.com/pride for more information. Happy Pride! Guest Bio Deena Fidas Managing Director & Chief Program and Partnerships Officer Out & Equal Workplace Advocates As Managing Director and Chief Program and Partnerships Officer, Deena oversees Out & Equal's programs, both domestic and global as well as corporate partnerships, working with global companies and organizations to accomplish the next level of LGBTQ inclusion. Deena is a leading global workplace advocate. She was at the Human Rights Campaign for 12 years prior to Out & Equal where she led their workplace equality programs and Corporate Equality Index. Deena was behind some of the movement's largest corporate public policy mobilization efforts, including turning the tide for Corporate America's support for marriage equality and the Equality Act. Under her leadership, the number of Fortune 500 companies with full LGBTQ protections rose from less than half to a full majority, 90 percent. Deena has led inclusion programs on four continents and pioneered the development of corporate benchmarking tools here in the US and across Latin America and Asia to advance real policy change and impact people's everyday lives. She holds a Master's in Sociology from American University and prior to her work on LGBTQ inclusion, she worked in progressive fundraising, philanthropy and research. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand system, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com
My friend Michael Finch bravely shares his story. Michael talks about realizing at BYU that he is gay before his mission, resulting in feelings of “my life is over”. At that time, Michael ignored this realization, and he served a successful mission in New York City speaking Mandarin Chinese. Michael talks about returning home and trying to move forward with his life including coming out as gay (positive experience). However, suicidal ideation (which has been part of Michael's story since before his mission) continued until Michael's suicide attempt in March 2021. Michael bravely shares more about that experience, what he has learned and why he decided to openly share about his suicide attempt to help others. A year after his suicide attempt, Michael made this Instagram post in March 2022 (www.instagram.com/p/CbgRYONvJMEG2Y9pKxDA2u7r272D-WqoTy-EZk0/). If you are feeling suicidal or what to help others, please listen to Michael's podcast. He helps us understand why someone considers suicide and how best to help them. I learned so much listening to Michael. If you are suicidal, please call 800-273-8255 Thank you, Michael, for being on the podcast and your courage to share your story. Respect. You are a great man with a wonderful future. Richard 'Papa' Ostler ❤️ https://www.listenlearnandlove.org/gay-lesbian-same-sex-podcasts https://listenlearnandlove.org/suicide-podcasts ** Please Check Out My LGBTQ Book At: ** Deseret Book: www.deseretbook.com/p/listen-learn-and-love-embracing-lgbtq-latter-day-saints Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/1462135773 ** Want to develop church-supported LGBTQ activities in your local area? Please join our FB group below ** https://www.facebook.com/groups/1433556613672143
Tonight on Farage, Nigel gives his take on Wimbledon banning players who were born in Russia and Belarus, reacts to OCR proposing the removal of works by Wilfred Owen, Philip Larkin and Thomas Hardy from their GCSE syllabus and asks ‘why do the establishment not want to talk about' Islamist terrorism against the LGBTQ+ community and much more. Then, on Talking Pints, Nigel is joined by Robert Colvile, Director of Centre for Policy Studies. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matt Cook and Alison Oram discuss their new book Queer Beyond London, which uncovers the LGBTQ experience in four English cities – Brighton, Manchester, Plymouth and Leeds – from the sixties to the noughties. Speaking with Rachel Dinning, they consider how local people, places and politics shaped LGBTQ lives in each city, establishing individual cultures often very distinct from the national narrative. (Ad) Alison Oram and Matt Cook are the authors of Queer Beyond London (Manchester University Press, 2022). Buy it now from Waterstones: https://go.skimresources.com?id=71026X1535947&xcust=historyextra-social-histboty&xs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.waterstones.com%2Fbook%2Fqueer-beyond-london%2Fprofessor-matt-cook%2Fprofessor-alison-oram%2F9781526145864 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hey pals! It's part one of our Pride Month bonanza finale: RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE by Casey McQuiston. This book is the gateway queer romance of the century, bringing everyone from friend of the podcast, author Alison Cochrun, to host of the podcast, Alison, to the LGBTQ+ spectrum. This book is bonkers camp from start to finish with a beating, bleeding, beautiful heart at its center. Alex, the first son of the United States, and Prince Henry, the youngest prince of the British Royal Family, go quickly from hate to covered in cake to texting late to love. Join us for this homoerotic frat boy mishap of a book—it was sooo much fun! Brazen banter: Spy Kids alternative universe fanfic! What the heck is a Shakespearean love story? David Bowie, baby! Pet squirrels! Cat Scale: TBA Revolutionary Resources The Hunger Games RW&RB Movie Cast Harry Potter removed from the book Lady Amelia Windsor & Edward Windsor Juni Cortez; Spy Kids (2001) Uma Thurman Marquis de Lafayette Gorgeous - Taylor Swift Rhythmic gymnastics The Empire Strikes Back & Return of the Jedi Emperor Kuzco How to pronounce David Bowie's name Justin Trudeau & Justin Theroux
Saudi Arabia is rounding up rainbow themed toys and clothing in its latest anti-LGBTQ purge. Is this one of the Sh*thole countries TFG talked about? Then, PA Senate Candidate and lukewarm Republican, Dr. Oz is lost. When filling out his official papers to file for the November election, he listed his residence as a town that does not exist. Finally, Elon Musk does his own purge of what may appear to be “woke” and LGBTQ affiliated employees.Apple Podcasts: apple.co/1WwDBrCSpotify: spoti.fi/2pC19B1iHeart Radio: bit.ly/2n0Z7H1Tunein: bit.ly/1SE3NMbStitcher: bit.ly/1N97ZquGoogle Podcasts: bit.ly/1pQTcVWPandora: pdora.co/2pEfctjYouTube: bit.ly/1spAF5aAlso follow Tim and John on:Facebook: www.facebook.com/focusgroupradioTwitter: www.twitter.com/focusgroupradioInstagram: www.instagram.com/focusgroupradio
LGBTQIA+ sports advocate and newly appointed LinkedIn Top LGBTQIA+ Voice Micah Porter joins D.Gil to chat about his career focused on LGBTQIA+ inclusion in sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Consider the Hag. Will You? Most of us cringe at the mention of her. We would just as soon keep her banished to the deep woods. Who can blame us? She is rot, she is ugly, she does not follow our rules. She has one foot on the other side; death. The Hag embodies suffering, a weathering by life; she stands for oldness. She is not who we want to become. But…Marianne Franzese sees things differently. She challenges us to re-consider. Marianne suggests that we could go deep into the woods of our own being to find the cast-off hag. Perhaps, says Marianne, our hag offers strength and power. She could be a container for our outrage, the keeper of the fires of social justice. She could be our biggest liberation. Marianne says that culturally the Hag has been feared by the patriarchy and therefore demonized, degraded, and diminished to the one-dimensional. According to Marianne, the Hag is as individual as each of us. She just needs to be reimagined and reclaimed. It's a big plot twist. But given the overturning of Roe vs Wade and the impingement on the rights of LGBTQ+ and all marginalized groups, we may need a big twist. Marianne asks us to consider “a very personal call to break out the extreme push for older women to maintain a certain level of beauty, grace and quietness.” Perhaps some of us are called to something different. Listen to this podcast as Marianne discusses her reasons and plans to bring the Hag out of the woods and into our psyches as older women. Reach out to Marianne at email@example.com if you want to learn more about her Hag Project.