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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Our Lady J!


The multi-talented Transparent writer transposes her classical and comedy careers as she celebrates the debut of her first album, Picture of a Man, and chats with correspondent Miss Barbie-Q about her fundamentalist Christian upbringing, gospel roots, sometimes torturous transition, and queer activism.

And in NewsWrap: a Japanese trans-man breaks the electoral glass ceiling, a U.S. appeals court boots a lesbian workplace bias lawsuit, Trump’s Supreme Court pick Gorsuch worries LGBTQ rights groups, Atlanta’s Federal Reserve Bank gets two firsts with one exec, international censors nix a gay “beast” in Disney’s Beauty, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Frances O'Brien (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Rub the Wrong Way Right!



Gay historian Stuart Timmons harmonizes street politics and suite politics in response to an old Larry Kramer controversy that seems new again (interviewed by Lucia Chappelle).

U.S. Supreme Court sidesteps trans teen Gavin Grimm’s toilet rights case (with comments by HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow, ACLU Staff Attorney Chase Strangio, and Gavin himself).

And in NewsWrap: new hope for Northern Ireland marriage equality, OutVets are re-invited to Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Trump Education Secretary Betsy DeVos meets with trans advocates, LGBT centers are attacked by haters across the U.S., and more international LGBT news reported this week by Carole Meyers and John Dyer V (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).




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Thursday, March 09, 2017

Kramer ACTing UP Again!


AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) founder Larry Kramer's fiery challenge on the street action group's 20th anniversary in March 2007 regains relevance during the turbulence of Trump!

And in NewsWrap: an Italian court christens two gay dads as legal parents, death threats don't deter a Trinidadian activist, three Pennsylvania trans students get court-ordered bathroom passes, Trump inaugural preacher Graham damns Moonlight sight unseen, a trans teen wrestles with controversy in Texas, U.S. Supremes sidestep a landmark Virginia trans case, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Danny Cruz and Jessica Andrea (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Saturday, March 04, 2017

Trump’s Trans Treachery & Moonlight’s Glow!


Trump flushes trans student bathroom rights (with reports by Christina Aanestad of the Pacifica Evening News and Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! featuring Kris Hayashi, Mat Staver, Gavin Grimm, Marla Keisling, Chase Strangio, Donald Trump and Caitlyn Jenner)!

Moonlight shines after a monumental Oscars mix-up (with comments by winners Barry Jenkins, Tarell Alvin McCraney and Adele Romanski)!

A new Johns Hopkins study suggests that LGBTQ teen suicides decreased in U.S. states with marriage equality prior to the Supreme Court's 2015 nationwide ruling (Public News Service's Mark Richardson's report includes comments by Chuck Smith of Equality Texas)!

And in NewsWrap: Finland lawmakers reject marriage equality repeal campaign, a leading Japanese housing website welcomes queer renters, Arkansas Supremes nix Fayetteville rights, a Canadian fundamentalist red-lights lascivious LEGOs, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michelle-Marie Gilkeson and Wenzel Jones (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

When The Black Cat Scratched!


Los Angeles honors the 50th anniversary of a pioneering pre-Stonewall protest action with now 80-year-old Alexi Romanoff, one of the 1967 demonstration organizers, who shares his personal and political story with Abby Dees (production assistance by Steve Pride)!

And in NewsWrap: an Australian Senate committee steers toward civil marriage equality, Washington Supremes wilt a florist’s refusal to serve a gay couple, Japan bans anti-LGBTQ harassment by government workers, the Trump administration continues to giveth and taketh away, the Chinese government funds a gay dating app, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Tanya Kane-Parry (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Friday, February 17, 2017

Gay Iraqis: Refuge in Love!



Out of Iraq heroes’ tale of true love is a five-year saga of romance, repression, a heart-warming reunion … and a (hopefully) “happily ever after” in the U.S.A. (interviewed by Steve Pride)!

A Rainbow Minute finds queer strands in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope (produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns, read by John DeBoer)!

And in NewsWrap: Chile’s President tests marriage equality waters, a gay Bermudian sues to wed his Canadian fiancé, a Japanese trans man challenges forced sterilization, more Trump Cabinet picks threaten LGBT rights, a high-profile trans Cub Scout changes packs, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Frances O'Brien and Danny Cruz (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Thursday, February 09, 2017

Trevor Trumps Teen Suicide!


In turbulent times — made more turbulent by the new US administration —  queer teens in turmoil turn to The Trevor Project for support (Executive Director Abbe Land interviewed by Abby Dees and Wenzel Jones)!

At the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony, prize-winning speeches prompt political polemics from the cast of Orange Is the New Black and Moonlight’s Best Supporting Film Actor Mahershala Ali!

Ellen DeGeneres schools the president about Finding Dory on her award-winning daytime TV talk show!

And in NewsWrap: the Boy Scouts of America transitions on gender identity, another judge questions Lebanon’s "unnatural" sex laws, Estonia registers its first married gay couple, Trump taps a Scalia clone as a Supreme bathroom battle looms, and more international LGBT news reported this week by John Dyer V and Carole Meyers (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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