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Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast
Interview with Alex Stone - A Stonewall's Perspective

Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 31:47


If you want to hear a young man on fire for Jesus, politics, and truth, I urge you to listen to this interview with Alex Stone, a young Christian podcaster on a mission to spread the light of the gospel into every aspect of life.

Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast
Interview with Alex Stone - A Stonewall's Perspective

Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 34:58


If you want to hear a young man on fire for Jesus, politics, and truth, I urge you to listen to this interview with Alex Stone, a young Christian podcaster on a mission to spread the light of the gospel into every aspect of life. https://www.terrihitt.com/transcriptions/live-with-eternal-perspective-podcast-episode-104-interview-with-alex-stone-a-stonewall's-perspective

Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast
Episode 339: Sunday Morning- Pastor Paul (11AM Stonewall)

Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 28:57


Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast
Episode 337: Sunday Morning- Pastor Jessica (11AM Stonewall)

Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 37:06


The Viti+Culture Podcast
S2 EP0029 - Wine Reads - Fredericksburg Pleases the Palate in a Texas-Size Way

The Viti+Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 12:02


If you like this podcast, please be sure to rate us 5 stars in Apple podcasts and like our videos on YouTube, and visit my winery in the Finger Lakes at Missick Cellars. Episode 0029:Wine Reads – January 1, 2022Hi, this is Chris Missick, and welcome to Viti+Culture, and our segment Wine Reads, where we take a look at some of the most interesting, compelling, and even controversial stories and articles in wine.  On the heels of this holiday break, I have decided to take a few spur of the moment trips, one to the Yadkin Valley in North Carolina, and the other to the Texas  Hill Country in mid-January.  I’ve heard so many great things about both regions, and the Hill Country in particular, and figure it will be a nice break from the upstate winter we’ll be fully enmeshed in.  With that in mind, my Google News Alert with the keyword Finger Lakes popped up with this message about Fredericksburg, widely considered the heart of the Texas Hill Country AVA.  It’s an AP wire story, so I don’t have an author to directly credit, but you can find the article by googling the title, Fredericksburg pleases the palate in a Texas-size way.So here we go:“California has Napa and Sonoma; New York has the Finger Lakes and Texas has Fredericksburg,” said Jesse Barter, owner of Hill & Vine Restaurant as he poured a ruby-hued Tempranillo into my glass.It does indeed. The Hill Country west of Austin and north of San Antonio includes Texas-sized acreage devoted to wine production, making it the second largest AVA (American Viticultural Area) in the U.S.The Central Texas Hill Country is one of two major wine-producing regions in the state – the other being the Llano Estacado (Staked Plains) in Texas' northwestern corner.Here in the Hill Country, some 100 wineries dot the landscape along Highway 290, known as the Wine Road, from Fredericksburg to Austin. Fifty of those are in Fredericksburg itself, with 50 more in the permitting process.More about the wines later, but back to Barter and Hill & Vine. When I was there for dinner the restaurant had been open for three weeks, and if you were lucky enough to snag a reservation at all, the waiting time for a table was often two hours or longer.The buzzy crowd sipping cocktails while they waited didn’t seem to mind. Yes, the food is that good. Most everything has a Texas twist — the hummus, for example, contains black-eyed peas. The taco is stuffed with snapper from the Texas Gulf Coast, while the onion rings use onions from the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas.I ordered the watermelon and green tomato salad with mint and basil leaves, spiced local pecans and herbed goat cheese with a citrus vinaigrette dressing, and thought it the tastiest salad I have ever had.That was followed by the smoked Santa Maria Tri-Tip with smoked chili butter, sea salt, roasted butternut squash and Brussels sprouts with a chili salsa. Dessert was Croissant Bread Pudding with bourbon anglaise sauce. You get why people are willing to wait two hours for a table.Now, back to that award-winning Tempranillo. You just know that this being Texas, they wouldn’t be satisfied with a mere medal of excellence, and they didn’t have to be. Hill & Vine’s vintage won a saddle (yes, a saddle) at a wine competition during the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show, and pardner, that beats a medal any day.Hill & Vine is just the latest addition to a remarkably robust dining scene for a town of 12,000 people. Alas, I didn’t make it to the Granite House or Vaudeville Bistro, two lauded dining spots, but I did do dinner one night at Otto’s German Bistro.The German influence is strong in the Hill Country as German settlers were the only ones able to forge a tenuous co-existence with the native Comanche Indians who ran off others attempting to put down roots. Today, you’ll see examples of German culture everywhere.The menu at Otto’s transcends schnitzels and sauerbraten to include dishes such as Steelhead Trout and Deep Sea Prawn with green pea puree, sugar snap peas, snow pea shoots and tomato oil, and veal loin with broccolini, mushrooms, sweet potato puree and almonds.I did go German and ordered the Wurst Platte (smoked paprika gruyere sausage, German potato salad, house made sauerkraut and house made spicy mustard.) I was glad I did.The menu changes weekly, and Otto’s gets most of its ingredients from local, organic or sustainable farms, ranches and fisheries.There’s no dearth of breakfast and lunch options either. Try Caliche Cafe for the former — the Salmon Eggs Benny are to die for. Clear River Ice Cream & Bakery makes a good lunch stop — you don’t have to eat one of their 47 flavors of ice cream for lunch, but you can if you want to.Finally, don’t miss Das Peach Haus. This multipurpose facility tempts those in search of shopping, sipping, dining and learning.The general store sells everything from jams and jellies to chipotle and BBQ sauces. Shoppers can sample their peach cobbler or peach cider while browsing.I had dinner there beside a small lake and under a canopy of pine trees more reminiscent of East Texas than the Hill Country, and those wishing for a full dining experience can reserve a table. They recently opened a distillery where you can sample their gin and whiskey, and if you’re interested in cooking classes, they are happy to oblige. About the only thing you can’t do is pick the peaches.Don’t fret. At Jenschke Orchards, you can pick all the plump peaches you want from the 3,000 trees in their orchards. You will have to think of a creative way of getting them home as the Orchard doesn’t ship outside of Texas.As strange as it may seem to those who equate the American wine scene with California and Oregon, Texas is one of the country’s leading wine producers, and Fredericksburg ranks right behind Napa as a destination for lovers of the grape.As for that grape, because of its hot climate, Texas excels in Mediterranean varietals – those found in sultry, steamy southern Spain and Italy.During a lunch and tasting at Signor Vineyards, I tasted some of these under the expert tutelage of winery host Andre Boada, whose wine pedigree comes courtesy of his Spanish father and French mother. My favorite of the wines Boada poured was an Albareno white, originating in the Galicia Region of Spain, but utilizing Texas grapes.Signor is one of the Hill Country’s most beautiful wineries. Open only three years, it has become such a popular stop they are adding 40 casitas in the vineyards for overnight guests. Even if you don’t stay overnight, you can sign up for one of Boada’s food and wine classes (Friday and Sunday, $50).Two other wineries I highly recommend are Pedernales Cellars and Narrow Path Winery and Vineyards.At Pedernales, the vineyards overlook the scenic Pedernales River, and their white wines come mainly from its sister winery in the High Plains around Lubbock. Narrow Path has a tasting room in Fredericksburg, but make your way to nearby Stonewall to sip in style in their main tasting room overlooking the vineyard.If you want to combine wine tasting and shopping, do head for Fredericksburg’s picturesque main street. At Becker Vineyards, sip a Viognier from their vineyard 12 miles outside of town where, in addition to grapes, five acres are given over to lavender fields.To get your alcoholic intake in a different form, drop by Chocolat, specializing in liquor and wine-infused chocolates. The shop offers some 400 different European-style chocolates rotated throughout the year, with about half on display at any given time. Chocoholics will think they have died and gone to chocolate heaven.When it comes to quality wine, watch out Napa, Sonoma and Finger Lakes – Fredericksburg is gaining on you.I was fortunate enough to get some great recommendations from the fellows over at the podcast Cork Talk, which focuses on North Carolina wine.  I also reached out on a whim to Chris Brundrett of William Chris Winery in the Hill Country.   I had learned about him and William Chris winery from the wonderfully produced Texas Winemakers, a docuseries currently available on YouTube that features an amazing array of different Texas winemakers and viticulturalists.  He informed me that the Texas Hill Country Wine Symposium had been planned for the week I was visiting, and so I promptly purchased a ticket, and plan on tasting and meeting with a number of great producers in the AVA.  I’ll be bringing my equipment with me, and plan on reporting on the regions while I’m there.  I’m excited to report on my findings, and in the meantime, if there is a destination, or a winery that you recommend, drop me a line at viticulturepodcast@gmail.com.  In our next episode, this Thursday, we’re sitting down with Tom Wark, a pro in the wine public relations space, and the author of one of the most influential wine blogs - The Fermentation Blog.  Tom is insightful, opinionated, extremely intelligent, and willing to tackle the tough issues in the wine and culture space.  I think you’re going to love this show.  Thanks, and see you soon. Get full access to The Viti+Culture Podcast Newsletter at viticulturepodcast.substack.com/subscribe

Beyond The Horizon
Epstein's Estate and Their Attempts To Stonewall Requests

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 25:23


The lawyers for Jane Doe have accused the estate for Epstein of stonewalling their attempts to get crucial documentation and are attempting to force their hand.(Commercial at 16:58)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://abcnews.go.com/US/victims-attorney-accuses-epstein-estate-attempts-stonewall-lawsuit/story?id=71830202

Institut úzkosti / Institute of Anxiety
TRANSISTORIE. 5. Epizoda. Stonewall: Co předcházelo a co následovalo

Institut úzkosti / Institute of Anxiety

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 74:03


5. epizoda Stonewall: co předcházelo a co následovalo V dalším díle podcastu se zaměříme na dvě důležitá povstání 60. let spojená s trans historií – Compton's Cafeteria a Stonewall – a přiblížíme si životy dvou významných trans žen, Marshy P. Johnson a Sylvie Rivery, jejichž jména bývají zmiňována, ale jejichž činy a životy zůstávají opomíjeny. Doporučená literatura/audio: Susan Stryker, Transgender History Sylvia Rivera, “Y'all Better Quiet Down” – proslov Sam Levin, “Compton's Cafeteria riot: a historic act of trans resistance, three years before Stonewall” https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/jun/21/stonewall-san-francisco-riot-tenderloin-neighborhood-trans-women David Carter, “Exploding the Myths of Stonewall”, Gay City News https://gaycitynews.com/exploding-the-myths-of-stonewall/ Joy Michael Ellison, “Trans Love, Part One: Sylvia Rivera and Julia Murray” https://jmellison.net/if-we-knew-trans-history/trans-love-part-one-sylvia-rivera-and-julia-murray/

Vas Quas Giochi Di Ruolo
Stonewall 1969 un dono!

Vas Quas Giochi Di Ruolo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 14:24


Stonewall 1969 un dono! Qui potrete mettere il bookmark sul Kickstarter. Stonewall 1969 - A war story RPG by Asterisco Edizioni — Kickstarter Qui trovate la pagina Facebook del gioco: Stonewall 1969 - A war story RPG | Facebook Qui trovate il link dove potete scaricare e leggere la playtest edition del gioco: qui. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vasquas/message

Wrote Podcast
S6Ep50 – Robert C Steele – They Didn't Deserve To Be In Jail

Wrote Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 54:14


Robert C. Steele has written a biography of Jim Foshee titled Banned From California. Robert shares with us that the book covers Jim's (and his) life during the pre-Stonewall gay civil rights movement.

Montana Public Radio News
Judge halts Lincoln-area forest project over wildlife concerns

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 1:13


Missoula District Court Judge Donald Molloy ruled that the forest service improperly exempted the Stonewall project from management rules aimed at maintaining elk herds in the area.

Heilman & Haver
Heilman & Haver - Episode 55 (Guest Richard Barrios - Part 2)

Heilman & Haver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 26:30


Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 55.  We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram.   ANNOUNCEMENTS “A Classic Christmas" with Jeremy Arnold Saturday, December 18th, Jeremy Arnold will join us at the Roxy for a one-of-a-kind roundtable discussion before a “It's a Wonderful Life” hits the Roxy big screen.  Plan to come early for a matinee showing of “White Christmas” and stay for the holiday bites and wine before we hit the stage with Jeremy.  We'll also enjoy a special Christmas message from "Zuzu" herself, Karolyn Grimes.  Get more info and tickets at roxybremerton.org. "Seasonal Allergies" Hit The Lesser Known Players Get your tickets now for The Lesser Known Players' presentation of "Seasonal Allergies" by Katherine DiSavino & Kevin Mead, directed and produced by our friends, and frequent stage-mates, Kristi Ann Jacobson and Gary Fetterplace, and starring a cast of local favorites.  Get ready to laugh away your throat tickle and clear your sinuses with a healthy dose of holiday fun!  Check out Greg's review then visit lesserknownplayers.org for tickets and more info. "WWCA Holiday Variety Show" Now Onstage Onstage now at Western Washington Center for the Arts in Port Orchard, it's the “WWCA Holiday Variety Show” directed by our friend Rebecca Ewen.  Come and celebrate the season with some of your favorite WWCA performers.  The show will feature choral arrangements written by beloved Music Director, the late Bruce Ewen, dance numbers, and much more.  Check out Greg's review of the show on Facebook, and get your tickets now at wwca.us.   Get to Know a Theater - Renton Civic Theater Make sure to visit our YouTube channel for our latest installment of "Get to Know a Theater."  In this episode we feature Renton Civic Theater and an interview with Managing Artistic Director Bill Huls.  Formerly a movie theater, Renton Civic opened in 1987 and has become a well-loved destination for the arts in Renton.  For our friends on the east side of the sound, check our Greg's review (yep he's been busy!) of their currently running production of the holiday classic, “It's a Wonderful Life.”  Tickets and info at rentoncivictheatre.org.   IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Richard Barrios Richard Barrios is the author of “Screened Out: Playing Gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall”, “Dangerous Rhythm: Why Movie Musicals Matter”, “A Song in the Dark: The Birth of the Musical Film” (which was awarded the Theater Library Association Prize), and, with TCM, “West Side Story: The Jets, the Sharks, and the Making of a Classic” and “Must See Musicals: 50 Show Stopping Movies We Can't Forget.” Richard has lectured and presented films at the Smithsonian Institute, the American Film Institute, and the Film Forum, written articles for the New York Times, appeared in numerous documentary films, and contributed audio commentaries to DVD and Blu-ray releases.  A native of Louisiana, Richard joined us from his home in New Jersey.  Connect with Richard On Amazon On TCM On Twitter On Facebook   COMING UP NEXT WEEK  A very Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all our friends, guests and listeners!  We'll be stepping away from the mic for a few weeks to enjoy the season with our families, but keep up with us on social media throughout the rest of 2021 and watch for our annual Christmas episode of "In the Mix" coming soon to our YouTube channel!

LGBTQ&A
Jay Toole: Super Butch Stonewall Veteran

LGBTQ&A

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 32:03


Jay Toole (a.k.a Super Butch) reflects on being kicked out of her house when she was 13, living in Washington Square Park as a homeless teenager, and the Stonewall uprising. "People have to know of the history because even though I'm talking about my history, there's so many more out there that are my history. It's our history." LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD. @lgbtqpod

5x15
Shon Faye and Emma Dabiri on Coalition-Building

5x15

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:51


Best-selling and ground-breaking authors Emma Dabiri – What White People Can Do Next: From Allyship to Coalition – and Shon Faye - The Transgender Issue - discuss their work, our current divisions and how we can come together to tell a new story and unite seemingly disparate areas. In What White People Can Do Next, Emma Dabiri's best-selling manifesto tackling our current discourse on race, she argues that we require “an understanding, not so much of an intersectionality of identities, but an intersectionality of issues. Linking our struggles together is the work of coalition-building, a vision wherein many people can see their interests identified and come together for a common good. We can start to tell new stories, rather than fall back along fault lines that were designed to divide us, to better exploit us.” Shon Faye's debut book, The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice, is an urgent manifesto for change, calling for justice and solidarity between all marginalized people and minorities. Through coalition building, can we move from theory into practice and find a path to create a more just, free and joyful world for us all? Shon Faye was born in Bristol, and is now based in London. After training as a lawyer, she left the law to pursue writing and campaigning, working in the charity sector with Amnesty International and Stonewall. She was an editor-at-large at Dazed, and her writing has been published by the Guardian, the Independent and Vice, among others. Faye recently launched an acclaimed podcast series, Call Me Mother, interviewing trailblazing LGBTQ elders. Her debut book, The Transgender Issue, is an instant Sunday Times best-seller. Emma Dabiri is an Irish-Nigerian academic, activist, broadcaster and teaching fellow in the Africa department at SOAS and a Visual Sociology PhD researcher at Goldsmiths. Her 2019 debut Don't Touch My Hair, (Penguin) was an Irish Times Bestseller and published to critical and commercial acclaim. The book also inspired a national conversation about race and hair and has led to changing regulations in schools and in the British army. A regular broadcaster on the BBC, Emma presented 'Back in Time Brixton' (BBC2), 'Britain's Lost Masterpieces' (BBC4), as well as the sociological experiment 'Is Love Racist?' (Ch4). Most recently, she hosted Radio 4's critically-acclaimed documentary 'Journeys into Afro-futurism'. Ellie Mae O'Hagan is the Director of CLASS. Prior to CLASS, she worked as a strategic communications consultant. 5x15 brings together outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations. Learn more about 5x15 events: 5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories

Heilman & Haver
Heilman & Haver - Episode 54 (Guest Richard Barrios - Part 1)

Heilman & Haver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 29:01


Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 54.  We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram.   ANNOUNCEMENTS “A Classic Christmas" with Jeremy Arnold Saturday, December 18th, Jeremy Arnold will join us at the Roxy for a one-of-a-kind roundtable discussion before a “It's a Wonderful Life” hits the Roxy big screen.  Plan to come early for a matinee showing of “White Christmas” and stay for the holiday bites and wine before we hit the stage with Jeremy.  We'll also enjoy a special Christmas message from "Zuzu" herself, Karolyn Grimes.  Get more info and tickets at roxybremerton.org.  And tune in next week and keep an eye on our social media pages for your chance to WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS! "A Match Made At Christmas" Special Event Mark your calendars for Thursday, December 9th, when BISA Vocal Studio, in partnership with Abundant House Films and Faraway Entertainment, will present the Bainbridge Island Premiere of a film made right here in the Pacific Northwest.  “A Match Made at Christmas” will play at 7pm at the Historic Lynwood Theatre at 7pm, followed by a Q&A with cast members Bainbridge Island resident Shannon Dowling, and Seattle actor Jared Hernandez.  Visit the Historic Lynnwood for tickets. "Season Allergies" Hit the Lesser Known Players Get your tickets now for The Lesser Known Players' presentation of "Seasonal Allergies" by Katherine DiSavino & Kevin Mead, directed and produced by our friends, and frequent stage-mates, Kristi Ann Jacobson and Gary Fetterplace, and starring a cast of local favorites.  Get ready to laugh away your throat tickle and clear your sinuses with a healthy dose of holiday fun!  Visit lesserknownplayers.org for tickets. "WWCA Holiday Variety Show" Now Onstage Onstage now at Western Washington Center for the Arts in Port Orchard, it's the “WWCA Holiday Variety Show” directed by our friend Rebecca Ewen.  Come and celebrate the season with some of your favorite WWCA performers.  The show will feature choral arrangements written by beloved Music Director, the late Bruce Ewen, dance numbers, and much more.  Check out Greg's review of the show on Facebook, and get your tickets now at wwca.us.   Get to Know a Theater - The Seattle Rep Make sure to visit our YouTube channel for our latest installment of "Get to Know a Theater."  In this episode we feature the winner of the 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, The Seattle Rep.  Artistic Director Braden Abraham and Artistic Producer Elisabeth Farwell-Moreland joined us for an in depth look at the Rep's history, it's uniqueness in Seattle, and it's future post-COVID and a big remodel. IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Richard Barrios Richard Barrios is the author of “Screened Out: Playing Gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall”, “Dangerous Rhythm: Why Movie Musicals Matter”, “A Song in the Dark: The Birth of the Musical Film” (which was awarded the Theater Library Association Prize), and, with TCM, “West Side Story: The Jets, the Sharks, and the Making of a Classic” and “Must See Musicals: 50 Show Stopping Movies We Can't Forget.” Richard has lectured and presented films at the Smithsonian Institute, the American Film Institute, and the Film Forum, written articles for the New York Times, appeared in numerous documentary films, and contributed audio commentaries to DVD and Blu-ray releases.  A native of Louisiana, Richard joined us from his home in New Jersey.  Connect with Richard On Amazon On TCM On Twitter On Facebook   COMING UP NEXT WEEK  Join us next week, Friday, December 10th, for the second half of our interview with Richard, and more on the history and impact of what he calls a "fabulous and fascinating - if sometimes peculiar body of work" - the movie musical.

The Three Letters Podcast
World Aids Day-2021

The Three Letters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 89:54


December first is World AIDS Day.! My guest this year is Eric Marcus who's current season of the podcast series Making Gay History is an audio memoir of his coming of age during the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in New York City. ​Community note! Frannie Peabody Center will be hosting multiple events, including a candlelight vigil on December 1st, in addition to viewings of AIDS Quilt panels and free HIV testing during select time slots from December 1st-5th. Go to peabodycenter.org/worldaidsday for more information. Ren Morrill (Host) - Ren is The Three Letter Podcast's creator and host. He is a Maine native with a life long passion for HIV. He works for Frannie Peabody Center as the prevention program coordinator. He also serves as the co-chair of Pride Portland's HIV Advisory Board.Eric Marcus - Eric Marcus is the author of a dozen books, including, Why Suicide?, Breaking the Surface, the #1 New York Times bestselling autobiography of Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis, and two editions of Making Gay History. Making Gay History has been turned into a currently running podcast series of the same name based on the audio recordings Eric made for the original book. Eric is also the co-producer of Those Who Were There, a podcast drawn from the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies. Lastly, he is the founder and chair of the Stonewall 50 Consortium.Making Gay History - https://makinggayhistory.com/

Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast
Episode 332: Final Instructions (11AM Stonewall)- Pastor Rob Floyd

Living Word Church Mansfield Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 34:38


Who's a Good Dog
Juno Dawson & Prince the dog

Who's a Good Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 33:48


Kate is extremely happy to talk to author/podcaster/soap opera sensation Juno Dawson. Juno has written many successful books, including non-fiction hits This Book is Gay, The Gender Games and What's The T? as well as bestselling novels Meat Market, Clean and Margo & Me. In July 2022, she'll release the first book in a trilogy about a government agency for witches called HMRC (Her Majesty's Royal Coven) and her Christmas romcom Stay Another Day is on sale from the 14th October, 2021. She has also appeared on Holby City and I May Destroy You. She's an ambassador for Stonewall and once interviewed Atomic Kitten (!!). She also has a teeny tiny chihuahua called Prince, who sits in the front row when Juno speaks at literary festivals and only approves of five human beings in the world (is one of Prince's approved people Juno's husband? Find out). Stay up to date with all of Juno's projects on her website, follow her on Instagram and Twitter and buy all of her books, please. You can find Kate on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. Her book, Good Dog, is published by Harper Collins in Australia, the US and the UK. Who's A Good Dog? is a Stripped Media podcast, produced by Arlie Adlington. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Sexual Racists??

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 15:12


A trans lobby group, Stonewall, brands lesbians as sexual racists, meanwhile male inmates are being housed with women after identifying as female in Washington state prisons.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobile 11/22-12/5https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree month of service for new customers with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Moinkhttps://moinkbox.com/DANASign up now and get Free Ground Beef for a year with promo code DANA.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Sexual Racists??

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 15:12


A trans lobby group, Stonewall, brands lesbians as sexual racists, meanwhile male inmates are being housed with women after identifying as female in Washington state prisons.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobile 11/22-12/5https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree month of service for new customers with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Moinkhttps://moinkbox.com/DANASign up now and get Free Ground Beef for a year with promo code DANA.

Katie Couric
‘The second Stonewall': Matthew Shepard's lasting legacy

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:24


This Thanksgiving week, just a few days shy of what would have been Matthew Shepard's 45th birthday, Katie considers his lasting legacy. In 1998, Matthew, a college freshman at the University of Wyoming, was the victim of a brutal hate crime. His death quickly became a national story and a clarion call for gay rights that inspired a whole new generation of LGBTQ activists. “Matthew Shepard was a huge turning point,” says Alan Cumming. On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie revisits the interviews she has done with Matthew's parents, Judy and Dennis, over the years and examines the impact they have had on gay rights legislation as well as the huge cultural shift society, in general, has experienced over the decades. Jeff Mack, a friend of Matt's from university, who is now the executive vice president of the Matthew Shepard Foundation guides us through Matt's impact, explains why his death is considered the “second Stonewall,” and why his friend changes the course of his life forever. “It just means so much to be doing what I'm doing,” Mack says, “life has come full circle for me.”  Find out more about the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Tuesday November 23 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 103:42


Kyle Rittenhouse sits down with Fox News. President Biden announces the US will release oil from strategic reserves to try and lower gas prices. The Bay Area is hit by three straight days of gang looting including a Lululemon. A trans lobby group Stonewall brands lesbians sexual racists. Film Producer Nick Searcy joins us to discuss “Capitol Punishment”, his documentary about January 6th.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobile 11/22-12/5https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree month of service for new customers with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Moinkhttps://moinkbox.com/DANASign up now and get Free Ground Beef for a year with promo code DANA.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Tuesday November 23 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 103:42


Kyle Rittenhouse sits down with Fox News. President Biden announces the US will release oil from strategic reserves to try and lower gas prices. The Bay Area is hit by three straight days of gang looting including a Lululemon. A trans lobby group Stonewall brands lesbians sexual racists. Film Producer Nick Searcy joins us to discuss “Capitol Punishment”, his documentary about January 6th.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobile 11/22-12/5https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree month of service for new customers with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Moinkhttps://moinkbox.com/DANASign up now and get Free Ground Beef for a year with promo code DANA.

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
Anxiety w/ Cuppie Bragg - Ep. 211

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 91:09


Tampa Baes fave Cuppie Bragg is on the pod to dyke out about anxiety, and we love that for us. First, we ask her to spill the tea on all the drama from her Amazon Prime docuseries. Then, we talk about living with and managing anxiety in day-to-day life. What are healthy and unhealthy coping mechanisms? How does it affect our career choices? What should you know if you're dating someone with severe anxiety? Plus, we plot a future Cubbyhole takeover. Before we get to the interview, Carolyn and Melody share what they did for Transgender Awareness Week and other gay happenings. Finally, we end with a question from a listener who is frustrated with her male-dominated workplace. -Tickets to our Nov. 29 Dyking Out at Stonewall show are on sale now. -Get extra content EACH WEEK, Ad Free episodes, support the pod, and get to know other listeners by joining our Patreon community. If you can't support the pod on a monthly basis, please consider tipping us through Paypal or purchasing 1-on-1s and cameos through Jemi. We truly appreciate it! -We've got MERCH. -For related content, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram -Help more dykes find us and Leave Us a 5-star Review if you like what you hear! -Have a question that you need answered ASAP? Check us out on WISIO. -Theme song by There Is No Mountain Sponsors: BetterHelp: As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at betterhelp.com/do  Best Fiends: Join us and the millions of Americans who are already playing this game. Download Best Fiends for FREE on The Apple APP store or Google Play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In the Key of Q
Oli Spleen

In the Key of Q

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 43:06


‘After I got the diagnosis I start having lots of unprotected sex because I thought, “Well why did I even bother to be careful if I still managed to have this?”. In retrospect, I should have just enjoyed it.' Oli Spleen comes this week from the ever-sunny seaside shores of Brighton in England. His first album was released in 2013. Titled ‘Fag Machine' it was a Velvet Underground-tinged take on Queer life. His most recent album is 2020's ‘Night Sweats and Fever Dreams' and is a complex and moving work inspired by the HIV / AIDS epidemic. Oli discusses in the episode how HIV brought him dangerously close to dying and the effect that crystal meth addiction has had on his personal life. This episode also contains discussion of suicide, so listener discretion is advised. Useful links: Help for suicidal thoughts from the UK's https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/feelings-symptoms-behaviours/behaviours/help-for-suicidal-thoughts/ (NHS). Oli's pages at https://olispleen.bandcamp.com/ (Bandcamp) and https://www.youtube.com/user/OliSpleen (YouTube). Help for crystal meth addiction at https://dean.st/chemsex/chems-crystal-meth/ (56 Dean Street). Useful info about HIV AIDS from https://www.lgbthero.org.uk/Pages/Category/hiv (GMFA). Compilation of death references in Fraggle Rock via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBA2tokFOsk (YouTube). Domestic violence and abuse, support resources from https://www.stonewall.org.uk/domestic-violence-and-abuse-resources-lgbt-people (Stonewall). The podcast can be financially supported at https://www.patreon.com/inthekeyofq (patreon.com/inthekeyofq) where for as little as five US dollars a month subscribers can access exclusive interview contact with every guest. Keywords: #HIVAIDS #HIVDiagnoses #CrystalMethAddiction #CrystalMeth #VelvetUnderground #QueerSon #FraggleRock #JimHenson #Queercore #BoysInMakeUp #BoysInDrag #FraggleRock #DeathObsession Support this podcast

The Godless Spellchecker Podcast
Taking The Myth - November 2021 Edition

The Godless Spellchecker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 67:30


This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) and Iram Ramzan of sedaa.org (@Iram_Ramzan) discuss the big topics. 0:00 Intro 0:26 Food! 3:03 The attempted terrorist bombing at a Liverpool hospital 16:40 Plans to make vaccination compulsory for NHS staff in the UK 27:19 Jeremy Corbyn takes legal action against Conservative Councillor for a satirical Twitter image. 33:59 The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial and Verdict 50:12 Audience Questions 52:12 Stonewall and the changing tide on the gender ID debate 1:00:10 Ghostbusters Afterlife Review (no spoilers) & the 2016 reboot controversy 1:05:02 Iram talks about Ricky Gervais's ‘Afterlife'. Support the podcast at www.patreon.com/gspellchecker Also available on iTunes, Stitcher, YouTube & Spotify.  

Woman's Hour
Weekend Woman's Hour: Stonewall, Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of), Parcopresis

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 56:12


Nancy Kelley is CEO of Stonewall, the largest LGBT rights charity in Europe. She speaks about her organisation's work and gives her reaction to recent high-profile withdrawals from Stonewall's Diversity Champions workplace inclusion scheme, including the BBC. This week the cricketer Azeem Rafiq candidly described the racism he's suffered. We talk to the MP Naz Shah and Halima Khan who works in grassroots cricket about the impact of his testimony. For millions of families, the past 18 months have been defined by grief. A growing online community, mainly fronted by young women, is helping others to find support through loss. We're joined by Amber Jeffrey, founder of The Grief Gang podcast, and Helen Smith who has an Instagram page called Lockdown Grief. Parcopresis is the inability to defecate or go for a poo without a certain level of privacy. The condition is also known as shy bowel and it can stop people from feeling comfortable about going at work, while out and about or even while sharing a toilet with a new partner. What causes this anxiety and why do more women suffer than men? We ask Eleanor Morgan, author of Hormonal: A Conversation About Women's Bodies, Mental Health and Why We Need to be Heard and Professor Siwan Thomas-Gibson, a consultant gastroenterologist. Pride and Prejudice (sort of) is a sweary, anarchic reboot of the classic Jane Austen novel by Scottish writer Isobel McArthur, in which an all-female cast of five play all of the characters. We're joined by Isobel and her co-performer Tori Burgess. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Lucy Wai Editor: Lucinda Montefiore

Woman's Hour
Cast of Pride & Prejudice (sort of); Nancy Kelley, CEO of Stonewall; Frida Kahlo

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 57:53


Nancy Kelley is CEO of Stonewall, the largest LGBT rights charity in Europe. She speaks to Emma about her organisation's work and gives her reaction to recent high-profile withdrawals from Stonewall's Diversity Champions workplace inclusion scheme, including the BBC. Pride and Prejudice (sort of) is a sweary, anarchic reboot of the classic Jane Austen novel by Scottish writer Isobel McArthur, in which an all-female cast of five play all of the characters. Originally written for a summer season in Glasgow's Tron theatre, after a 6 month regional tour the all-singing and dancing reinterpretation has landed in London's West End to much applause. Isobel and her co-performer, Tori Burgess, are live in the studio. Frida Kahlo: the famous Mexican artist whose images go far beyond galleries, is being described as having the last laugh this week. Reproductions of her work are everywhere and her face and style adorn merchandise wherever you go. But this week in New York she broke a record. A self-portrait featuring her husband, Diego Rivera, who it's widely acknowledged treated her badly but also whom she adored, sold for a whopping 34.9 million dollars. It's the highest price ever paid, at auction, for a Latin American artwork. And - here's the twist - it's more than Diego ever got for his work. Ruth Millington, an art historian and critic discusses. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Nancy Kelley Interviewed Guest: Isobel McArthur Interviewed Guest: Tori Burgess Interviewed Guest: Ruth Millington

Threads From The National Tapestry: Stories From The American Civil War
044 - Five Fateful Hours: The Battle of Franklin

Threads From The National Tapestry: Stories From The American Civil War

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 45:25


About this episode:  Major-General Patrick Ronayne Cleburne was a native of the green jewel that is Ireland and commanded a division in the Confederate Army of Tennessee. For his military prowess, he was tabbed the “Stonewall of the West”, yet the warrior was often reserved and sentimental. That surfaced the day before the Battle of Franklin when he and his adjutant paused in a little village named Ashwood. There they found St. John's Episcopal Church. Small and quaint, it was nestled in a grove, framed by ivy and, though late in fall, with flowers. Adding to the pastoral scene, there was fresh shrubbery - so very green when contrasted with the bleak, gray November sky. Cleburne reined in his horse at the church and, admiring the scene, and mused just loud enough for his adjutant to hear “that [the beauty here was] 'almost worth dying, to be buried in such a beautiful spot.'” With his time on earth now measured, in hours, his wish would soon come true. And, symbolically, in only five hours on the 30th of November, 1864, so too would the effective lifespan of an entire army. This is the story of the mortal wounding of the Confederate Army of Tennessee. This is the story of the Battle of Franklin. ----more----   Some Characters Mentioned In This Episode: John Bell Hood George Henry Thomas Benjamin Franklin Cheatham John McAllister Schofield Emerson Opdycke Patrick Cleburne   **Title Image by Don Troiani   Get The Guide: Want to learn more about the Civil War? A great place to start is Fred's guide, The Civil War: A History of the War between the States from Workman Publishing. The guide is in its 9th printing.   Producer: Dan Irving  

Horrible History
Episode 53 - Nyírbátor, Hungary & San Francisco, CA (Transylvania: A Real Place)

Horrible History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 75:39


First, Rachel heads to Nyírbátor, Hungary to tell the tale of Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed - a Hungarian noblewoman and purported serial killer & sadist that bathed in blood to stay young. Then, Emily honors Transgender Day of Remembrance (Nov. 20) by telling us the history of San Fransisco's brutality against trans people and the Compton's Cafeteria Riot of 1966, the first act of resistance against police brutality (even before Stonewall). If you are a member of the trans community and need support, several resources listed below: Trans Lifeline: US - (877) 565-8860Canada - (877) 330-6366The Trevor Project - https://www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help/  ACLU - https://www.aclu.org/ National Center for Transgender Equality - https://transequality.org/Allies of Trans Individuals, here are some great resources for you: GLAAD - https://www.glaad.org/transgender/allies Human Rights Campaign - https://www.hrc.org/resources/be-an-ally-support-trans-equalityLearn more about Horrible History, contact us and check out our new merch store at: www.horriblehistorypodcast.comSources:GLAAD - TDORThe GuardianAdvocateNPRBBCStudents for ChangeScreaming Queens documentary All That's InterestingSyFyHistory HitWikipediaTrip AdvisorNyirbator CsekokavehazHello Travel Europe Between East and West Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/horriblehistory)

Homo Sapiens
152: Michael Cashman | Part 2

Homo Sapiens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 33:13


The man who ‘Changed The World' is what The Guardian called our guest this week - Lord Michael Cashman CBE. On the 18th anniversary of the repeal of section 28 in England & Wales, I chat to Michael about his central role in getting it scrapped. He's starred in Eastenders, founded Stonewall, helped get most of the civil rights LGBTQ+ people have today so it's quite the odyssey of a chat with a lovely, warm and funny man all ending with a some chat about spaghetti. Of course. Press play now to find out what the Queen had to say about civil partnership, how Tony & Cherie Blair approached civil partnership, and why this Trans Awareness Week trans rights are more in need of defence than ever before.

Homo Sapiens
152: Michael Cashman | Part 1

Homo Sapiens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:36


The man who ‘Changed The World' is what The Guardian called our guest this week - Lord Michael Cashman CBE. On the 18th anniversary of the repeal of section 28 in England & Wales, I chat to Michael about his central role in getting it scrapped. He's starred in Eastenders, founded Stonewall, helped get most of the civil rights LGBTQ+ people have today so it's quite the odyssey of a chat with a lovely, warm and funny man all ending with a some chat about spaghetti. Of course. Press play now to find out what the Queen had to say about civil partnership, how Tony & Cherie Blair approached civil partnership, and why this Trans Awareness Week trans rights are more in need of defence than ever before.

Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio
Philadelphia Gay News founder fought for visibility, and won

Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 53:56


Mark Segal may be known today as the founder of the Philadelphia Gay News, but some of his best stories happened earlier. He broke barriers for the LGBTQ community at Stonewall, was a marshal at the first Pride parade, and drew national eyes to the movement by disrupting major news broadcasts. We talked with him about the many bold actions he took to make himself and his community visible, the remarkable changes that came as a result of his work, and how he feels now looking back on 52 years of activism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KQED’s Forum
San Francisco Commemorates Transgender Awareness Week

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 28:19


The Transgender community holds a particular place in San Francisco history; the city by the Bay is the first to have a cultural district dedicated to that history and community. Compton's Transgender Cultural District was named after the cafeteria that was the site of a riot in 1966, a response to police harassment of transgender people, several years before the more well known Stonewall riots in New York. The six block district spans parts of the Tenderloin and SoMa. We talk about the district, and what the city can do to support its transgender community during and beyond Transgender Awareness Week. 

Talk Media
Second Jobs, Stephen Nolan Podcast & BBC and Nicola Sturgeon & Irn Bru / with Shona Craven

Talk Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 80:52


Stuart and Eamonn are joined by returning commentator, Shona Craven. This week - MSPs and second jobs, Stephen Nolan's podcast looking at Stonewall & the BBC and Nicola Surgeon's expanded COP26 role during week 2 of the conference. RECOMMENDATIONS: Eamonn: Sky documentary - 'The Witness (2016)' ("In 1964, The New York Times printed an article stating that Kitty Genovese was murdered while 38 witnesses did nothing. Fifty years later, her brother reinvestigates.") - https://www.sky.com/watch/title/programme/1d190c78-e00f-445d-985b-d20ac360d13e Stuart: Monday's Scotland v Denmark World Cup Qualifier match - A specific highlight of the match at 32m 20s which harks back to the Scottish origins of the passing game.   Shona: 'Things Fell Apart' - new Jon Ronson podcast on BBC Sounds ("A series of strange, unexpected human stories from the history of the culture wars.") - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/series/m0011cpr For more information about Talk Media, go to: www.thebiglight.com/talkmedia

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
Bi Culture w/ Jen Winston - Ep. 210

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 94:14


If your BiFi is pinging, that's because we've got writer and author Jen Winston on the pod to byke out about Bi Culture! Is bi culture actually a thing, or our we latching onto a collection of normal behaviors like cuffing pants, getting a bob, and getting comfortable in big chairs? What would a bisexual bar look like? Should cis men be at Cubbyhole? How do you know if you're feeling internalized biphobia or straightphobia? And why aren't pride flags sexier? We discuss all these questions as well as other themes from Jen's new book, Greedy: Notes From A Bisexual Who Wants Too Much. Plus, Carolyn steals Melody's identity by getting really into dancing and astrology, while Melody tries to see if there is truth to a royal fable. Finally, we end with a question about cishets, gender, and spoons. -Starter Jacket, the short story we reference in the listener question by Ever Mainard. -Tickets to our Nov. 29 Dyking Out at Stonewall show are on sale now. -Get extra content EACH WEEK, Ad Free episodes, support the pod, and get to know other listeners by joining our Patreon community. If you can't support the pod on a monthly basis, please consider tipping us through Paypal or purchasing 1-on-1s and cameos through Jemi. We truly appreciate it! -We've got MERCH. -For related content, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram -Help more dykes find us and Leave Us a 5-star Review if you like what you hear! -Have a question that you need answered ASAP? Check us out on WISIO. -Theme song by There Is No Mountain Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You Know It’s Fake, Right?
Ep. 45: Stonewall Trey Cole

You Know It’s Fake, Right?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 65:52


This week my guest is Stonewall Trey Cole. I first met Trey around 2013-2014. He was just breaking into the business but had totally figured out who he was. Fast forward 4-5 years his character, match quality and everything else started to improve drastically. He has since stepped away from the business to focus on his family, but we talk about everything! Really fun chat, and of course we have to dive into that one particular question. You know it's fake, right? @Brianbreakerodr on twitter @brianbreaker on Instagram ProWrestlingTees.com/brianbreaker Bbph.redbubble.com Whatamaneuver.net Patreon.com/Bbph (if decide to support me and Bayn with production costs to produce these shows) Also check out Breaker and Bayn's Power Hour every Sunday! And my new toy podcast TB Toycast every Thursday! Available wherever you get your podcasts!

Big Blend Radio
Lisa G. Samia and Liz Hokanson - Manassas National Battlefield Park

Big Blend Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 33:00


Focusing on the civil war history of Manassas National Battlefield Park, this episode of Big Blend Radio's "Way Back When" History Show features poet-in-residence Lisa G. Samia and park ranger Liz Hokanson. Originally set aside as Bull Run Recreational Demonstration Area on November 14, 1936, Manassas National Battlefield Park became part of the National Park Service on May 10, 1940, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966. This historically significant park in Virginia preserves the site of two major American Civil War battles - the First Battle of Bull Run (First Battle of Manassas), and the Second Battle of Bull Run (Second Battle of Manassas). It's also where Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson acquired his nickname "Stonewall".  More: http://lisasamia.com/ and https://www.nps.gov/mana/index.htm

Under the Radar with Callie Crossley
Transgender authors and allies are making children's literature more inclusive

Under the Radar with Callie Crossley

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 26:28


This week on Under the Radar: It's Transgender Awareness Week, which is a time to reflect on issues facing the trans community, including representation in media. One space that is becoming more inclusive? Children's literature. There is a growing catalog of books that center trans kids as main characters, and more stories that portray a range of experiences. Advocates want more trans authors and characters to be seen and heard. Guests: Kyle Lukoff, Stonewall-winning author of “When Aidan Became a Brother” and 2021 National Book Award finalist for the novel “Too Bright To See.” Vanessa Ford, co-author of "CALVIN," a children's book centered around a transgender boy, inspired in part by Ford's child. Ford is also a nationally known advocate for transgender youth rights. Katy Kania, head of teen services at Robbins Library in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Woman's Hour
Weekend Woman's Hour: Mary Robinson, Huma Abedin, Daddy Issues

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 56:52


Mary Robinson, once President of Ireland and now the Chair of The Elders, has been at COP26 in Glasgow all fortnight. She explains why the climate challenge ahead is so emotional. The BBC has withdrawn from a workplace diversity scheme run by Stonewall. On behalf of the BBC, we hear from Rhodri Talfan Davies, who is Director of Nations and sits on the corporation's Executive Committee. Huma Abedin worked as Hillary Clinton's private top aide and long-time advisor for 25 years. She was also the wife of ex-congressman Anthony Weiner, when a sexting scandal sent him to prison, destroyed their marriage and derailed her boss' bid to become President in 2016. Emerging from the wings of American political history to take command of her own story, she's just released her memoir. Daddy Issues. It's an insult now but it started out as a psychological term to explain the importance of father figures. But what exactly are Daddy Issues, how real are they? Katherine Angel, author of ‘Daddy Issues', and Angharad George-Carey, host of the Daddy Issues podcast joins us. Hollyoaks star Sarah Jayne Dunn is defending the OnlyFans pictures that led to her exit from the long-running soap. Sarah - who has played the character of Mandy Richardson on the show since 1996 - was reportedly axed after refusing to delete her OnlyFans social media account. And people living in Syston, Leicestershire have been treated to an incredible life-size knitted soldier that has appeared at the War Memorial Clock Tower. It is the work of the mysteriously named "Knitting Banksy", an anonymous woman who has been surprising locals with her stunning creations. We hear from Samantha Noble, reporter for BBC East Midlands Online, who's been in contact with Knitting Bansky.

The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters
The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters #261

The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 92:55


Callum and Leo discuss the leftist parallel universe about Rittenhouse, BBC abandoning Stonewall, and the Israeli Ambassador having to flee the LSE.

The Busy Mom
There Is Hope In Jesus with Alexander Stone

The Busy Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 26:24


On the show today I have a new guest, Alexander Stone — host of A StoneWall's Perspective Podcast. He is on FIRE for the Lord and passionate about sharing the GOSPEL with the younger generation. Grab that cup of coffee and listen in — I know you'll encouraged! Contribute to the campaign --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support

Let's Talk About Gay Stuff
Ep. 124: I Will Always Love Stonewall

Let's Talk About Gay Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 68:13


This week Thomas, Chris, and Dusty discuss the iconic Whitney Houston Ballad I Will Always Love You, and talk about the book The Stonewall Reader.

The Big Story
813: How Effective Will Supreme Court Pegasus Committee Be, Given Centre's Stonewall?

The Big Story

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 14:59


Stating that the Centre can't get a free pass every time by stating “national security”, the Supreme Court on 27 October appointed an external committee to investigate the allegations of unauthorised use of the Pegasus spyware on citizens. After weeks of back and forth between the Centre, the petitioners, and the court on Pegasus, the apex court sharply noted in its order that the “vague denial from the government is not sufficient”, and that it had no option but to set up a panel to examine the allegations made by the petitioners. The court's stern observations on the issue comes after hearing a clutch of petitions, which requested a probe into the allegations of the Centre's use of the spyware on over 142 Indian citizens.  The revelations regarding the use of spyware were made after a consortium of media organisations around the world reported in July, the use of the spyware on prominent politicians like Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, 40 Indian journalists, and several private citizens. However, the Centre has to date refused to take a clear stand on whether it has purchased or used the spyware. And given the Centre's stonewalling on this issue, how significant are the observations made by the court? Will an expert committee be able to unearth the answers that the court has been unable to do so thus far? What powers will this committee have? Joining me today to discuss the significance of the order and also what functions the expert committee will possess is  Tune in! Host and Producer: Himmat Shaligram Guest: Apar Gupta, the Executive Director of the Internet Freedom Foundation, and Gunjan Chawla, Programme Manager of Technology & National Security at the Centre for Communication Governance at NLU Delhi. Editor: Shelly Walia Interviews: Vakasha Sachdev, The Quint's Legal Editor. Music: Big Bang Fuzz Listen to The Big Story podcast on: Apple: https://apple.co/2AYdLIl Saavn: http://bit.ly/2oix78C Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2ntMV7S Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2IyLAUQ Deezer: http://bit.ly/2Vrf5Ng Castbox: http://bit.ly/2VqZ9ur

The Godless Spellchecker Podcast
Taking The Myth - October 2021 Edition

The Godless Spellchecker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 76:35


This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) and Iram Ramzan of sedaa.org (@Iram_Ramzan) discuss the big topics. 0:00 Intro 0:29 Our Nicky Campbell interview debrief 2:24 Counter-extremism chief says Plymouth shooting was not “Incel terrorism”. 7:33 Bow and arrow Islamist attack in Norway 8:21 The reaction to the killing of MP David Amess in an alleged ‘Islamist attack'. 16:00 The ‘Online Harms Bill' and ‘David's law'. The government focussing on regulating social media instead of ideology after an alleged Islamist terror attack. 23:05 The short-sighted desire to ban anonymity on social media. 25:14 ‘Prevent' and anti-terrorism in the UK. 33:26 The Tory government can get in the sea. 37:07 The controversy surrounding Netflix, some of their employees and Dave Chappelle's special ‘The Closer'. 46:44 Author and University Professor Kathleen Stock targeted by activists for her gender critical views and published output. 50:29 The ‘Nolan Investigates' expose of Stonewall for BBC Radio. 54:59 The LGB Alliance 57:42 Nolan Investigates: Those pushing gender ideology appear unwilling to debate their stance 59:59 The importance of women's safety and biology 01:01:25 Professor Robert Winston on BBC's Question Time says “you cannot change your sex”. 01:04:38 Biological reality and gendered souls. 01:06:39 Movie Review: No Time To Die (*minor spoilers* 01:12:25 Twitter Questions 01:14:19 Iram talks about Citizen Kane Support the podcast at www.patreon.com/gspellchecker Also available on iTunes, Stitcher, YouTube & Spotify.  

The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters
The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters #244

The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 90:17


Callum and Harry discuss the end of Stonewall, asking GPs to see patients is harassment, and Norway's Islamist terror attack.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
Oct. 14, 2021: Jan. 6 committee meets Trump's stone wall

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 6:52


 It's a story we've become all too familiar with since Democrats took control of the House in 2019: Lawmakers issue subpoenas to Trump White House officials — who then stonewall at his behest.   Today, the Jan. 6 committee could find itself hitting the same roadblocks. Steve Bannon and Kash Patel have been subpoenaed for questioning today, and Mark Meadows and Dan Scavino are slated for Friday. Trump has asked them not to cooperate, claiming executive privilege bars their participation — an assertion Democrats call bogus.  Raghu Manavalan is the host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the senior producer for POLITICO Audio.  Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Superintendent Series: Rodney Hine of Boston Golf Club

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:21


Rodney Hine got his start in the turf industry as an assistant superintendent at Winged Foot Golf Club. He then moved into golf course design, serving as the grow-in superintendent at Tom Doak's Stonewall and eventually as a designer and agronomist for Hanse Golf Course Design. After helping Gil Hanse build Boston Golf Club in 2003, Rodney decided to stay on as the course's first superintendent, and he has been there ever since. In this installment of our Superintendent Series, he and Andy Johnson chat about Rodney's fascinating career, the quirky challenges of BGC, the importance of varied plant life on a golf course, and more. The Superintendent Series is brought to you by the Toro Company.

Stephan Livera Podcast
SLP309 Easy CoinJoin Use For Desktop Is Here With Sparrow Wallet with Craig Raw

Stephan Livera Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 54:55


Craig Raw, founder of Sparrow Wallet rejoins me on the show to talk about the latest: easy coinjoin for the desktop is now here with whirlpool being integrated into Sparrow Wallet. Sparrow Wallet might well make coinjoin much more accessible to users interested in bitcoin privacy. Craig and I chat: Latest updates How Whirlpool in Sparrow works STONEWALL privacy preserving spends in Sparrow Implications of having multiple whirlpool clients Electrum server back ends for Sparrow Wallet business models Links: Twitter: @craigraw Twitter: @SparrowWallet Site: Sparrow Bittcoin Wallet - SparrowWallet.com Article: Mixing with Whirlpool Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin Hodl Hodl Lend Compass Mining Unchained Capital (code LIVERA) CypherSafe (code LIVERA) CoinKite.com (code LIVERA) Stephan Livera links: Show notes and website Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera

Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show
FOF #2985 - Erthe St. James on the Summer of Soul

Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 69:19


The summer of 1969 was an extraordinary time- the Stonewall riots ignited the modern LGBTQ rights movement, astronauts landed on the moon, Woodstock shaped the anti-war movement and for Black folks in Harlem, it was the Summer of Soul.The Harlem Cultural Festival was a five week musical event featuring the top Black musicians of the time and was sponsored by the City of New York to quell social unrest surrounding the anniversary of the assasination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr..Although the Harlem Cultural Festival was jam packed: Stevie Wonder, Mahalia Jackson, Nina Simone, The 5th Dimension, The Staple Singers, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Blinky Williams, Sly and the Family Stone and the Chambers Brothers, (and so many other legends) it was mostly forgotten until footage of the event was discovered and released in the the new documentary directed by Questlove, Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).WATCH SUMMER OF SOUL: https://www.searchlightpictures.com/summerofsoul/ERTHE ST JAMES: https://www.instagram.com/erthestjamesToday musician Erthe St. James, who is highly influenced by Nina Simone and the music of this era joins us to look at the impact these artists from Summer of Soul have had on music and Civil Rights.Listen as we chat with Erthe St. James about the wonderful music featured in the documentary and what the world would be like if the footage of the festival was widely seen at the time?