On this episode... reconnecting, re-engaging... turning the mic back on. If we've learned nothing from 2020, we've definitely learned that there are no certainties in life. Jumping back in with both feet this week with news updates and a preview of next week's episode with Christopher Zyda, author of the forthcoming book "The Storm: One Voice from the AIDS Generation." #Pride48
Is the 2020 Dem Vice President selection one of the most important in U.S. history? Join me today as I speak with Romo of the @podcubs podcast about Biden's Veepstakes. Who's on the bottom of the list? How do Georgia candidates rank against others being vetted? All of this today, on This Week in Gay. #Pride48
In the last week, two television sitcoms featuring LGBT actors and characters have ended their series run -- Will & Grace and Schitt's Creek. Both shows have added to the dialogue of acceptance and made us laugh along the way. Today, we focus on one of these shows -- Schitt's Creek. Toronto native and former podcaster Dave joins me to share his take on this very unique show. All of this today, on This Week in Gay! #Pride48 #P48
Today, we travel around the world to speak with someone from the first generation of LGBT podcasters, Arthur of the AmeriNZ podcast. The Chicago native has lived as an expat in NZ since 1995. We’ll hear how populism is different in NZ, what life is like for the LGBT community there, and other things that might surprise you about this secular society. All of this today, on This Week In Gay. #Pride48
Today, podcasters Matt Burlingame and IC Greg join me to discuss what we’ve learned about the viability of LGBT Presidential candidates in the era of Pete Buttigieg. We also discuss the misguided efforts by the religious right to limit LGBT adoption under the guise of “religious liberty." And we close with the inspiring testimony on LGBT adoptions by U.S. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney… all of this today… on This Week in Gay. #Pride48 #P48
You’ve heard the saying, two’s company, three’s a crowd… but what happens in a relationship of three? Today, we talk with Wes, Tommy, and Jon about their poly triad relationship. How did the relationship begin? What are the rules? How do they make it work? I’ll give you one hint, equilateral triangle. All of this Today, on This Week in Gay. #Pride48 #P48
On today’s episode, we talk with three Pride48 podcasters about recent LGBT news. First up, Christina from the Greetings from NoWhere podcast discusses some troubling populism in Europe and some recent good news from Virginia. And in another conversation, The Laffing Buddha of The Scooter Diaries podcast and Musing Mark of the Midwest Matt podcast join to discuss lingering issues of suicide among LGBT teens and more than 200 state bills targeting LGBTQ Americans and the group behind this hate agenda. We close the episode with an addition to the “can’t we all just get along” file… as Staten Island Irish reject LGBT participants in their St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Thanks for listening. #Pride48 #P48
On This Week In Gay, we introduce you to another new voice of the show, Dede! Dede shares how an auto accident and subsequent traumatic brain injury impacted her career and her coming out story with her mother! Thanks for listening! #Pride48 #P48.
The Stonewall Riots in New York City gave rise to the Gay Liberation Front and other lesbian and gay movements across the U.S., Canada and beyond. Last year, the LGBTQIA+ community celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall. 2020 will see similar celebrations from coast to coast as cities like Atlanta mark their 50th year. On this episode of TWIG, we speak with Jamie Fergerson, Executive Director of The Atlanta Pride Committee. We learn about Atlanta Pride's history, evolution and we get a teaser about big plans for it's Golden Jubilee celebration. Learn more about Atlanta Pride at www.AtlantaPride.org. Thanks for listening. #P48 #Pride48
TWIG Ep 2.2 - In the first full episode of the new This Week In Gay, George talks with Junior (@AJunior2007 on Twitter) to kick off a series of conversations with those outside the cisgender construct. Junior identifies as nonbinary. Lisen as Junior shares their definition of nonbinary and their experiences. We also discuss why labeling people will always be problematic.