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New York Landmarks Lit Blue, Statue in Her Native Brooklyn to Honor Justice Ginsburg

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | Last month

New York Landmarks Lit Blue, Statue in Her Native Brooklyn to Honor Justice Ginsburg

"Especially in her native Brooklyn and their sport in New York is going on the late justice who passed away yesterday at the age of 87 with a statue there, Governor Cuomo announcing landmarks in the state lit in blue and her honor. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belong where decisions were made very leading the way for women. Though, that their place was anywhere that a man's place Wass and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made. At this time, So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shipped right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg. Carol D'Auria tent and winds in Brooklyn. Ginsberg died from complications

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New York landmarks light up blue for Justice Ginsburg

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last month

New York landmarks light up blue for Justice Ginsburg

"Especially in her native Brooklyn. And there's word in New York is going to honor the late justice who passed away yesterday at the age of 87 with a statue there, While Governor Cuomo announcing landmarks here in the state lit in blue in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belong where decisions were made very The way for women to know that their place was anywhere that advance place Wass and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made at this time. So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy, and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shift right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg, Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins in Brooklyn

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Honoring the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

KYW 24 Hour News

02:28 min | Last month

Honoring the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Ginsburg has left an open venture. And with the election six weeks away, that would have major implications. Philadelphia City commissioners will vote toe open 15 satellite offices to help with male and voting in the city and to recap our top story. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D. C on Friday night, and the Nation has mourned the loss of the 87 year old chief justice. That's all ahead. Usually just justice. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good Saturday evening. I'm J. Scott Smith and Charity Howard. Is that the editor's desk here? In center city. And now for more on our top story, Ruth Bader Ginsburg passing the death of Justice Ginsburg has left an open Betsy with a big election just weeks away long time Bloomberg law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson says the timing of her death is sure to cause a firestorm in Washington and could have profound implications expected to be a number of election challenges that will come to the court on an emergency basis. So in the very short term, this one, leaving the Supreme Court with just eight justices to decide, though Reading the potential for them to be deadlocked and to be unable to decide some issues that could ultimately end up deciding thie outcome of the next presidential election Now. Robinson also added that one thing that Justice Ginsberg will be remembered for was there outspokenness as well as they're dying wish and asking that the next president be the one to appoint her successor. Meanwhile, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that his state will honor Ginsberg with a statue in Brooklyn. Hello will appoint a commission to select an artist to oversee the choosing of the location. Meanwhile, people in Brooklyn are reflecting on the life and legacy of the Supreme Court justice. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy Attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belonged where decisions were made very leading the way for women to know that their place was Say that a man's place won't and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made at this time. So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy, and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shipped right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg in New York. Carol D'Auria for K Y W News radio.

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Remembering Larry Kramer, an AIDS warrior on a soapbox and the stage

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Remembering Larry Kramer, an AIDS warrior on a soapbox and the stage

"Author and activist Larry Kramer died Wednesday in New York of pneumonia and academy award nominated screenwriter Kramer realized early on the threat aids pose to the gay community in the early nineteen eighties he founded the militant group act up known for its acts of civil disobedience on behalf of aids research anyway just a bitter campaign against top federal virus Dr Anthony Fauci Tony is got his bureaucratic suit on instead of his humanitarian doctor sued on whom he accused of

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Chris Suspect

The Candid Frame

09:32 min | 5 months ago

Chris Suspect

"One of the lauwers photography at least for me is the doors can open. Being photographer has provided me access to people and communities that I might never have considered otherwise the combination of a camera and my curiosity has gifted me with meeting fascinating people and entering their world and many times. Those encounters have been especial- to me as the photographs at created. Chris suspects photography is all about that. His explorations of subcultures in the areas of music and sexuality have resulted in images. That are raw an intimate. His latest book leather boys gathers images of a segment of the gay community in and around the DC area. The story of how he gained access and his process over the years provide some valuable information for anyone taking on a long-term personal project regardless of the World. They are hoping to explore this. Is your body an ex and welcome back to the candidate frame and it was good to see. It's been a long time yet. Has I'm trying to think I guess the last time I saw you This past summer at focus on the story Ryan. I'm looking forward to talking to you. We met a couple of years back. And you're always been on my radar but it's just like as with as with so many people who I put down on my list sometimes years before I finally get them on the show but I'm glad we're funding hearing chance to sit down and chat. I do want to remind you ever. I've been on candid frame before. Are you on the panel? Yeah Yeah at Miami Straight Photography Festival but I think about it in terms of one to one conversations. Sure Yeah I had just a taste now. I get the full meal I guess. Okay okay scared me for a bit getting ready but no comment background. I found out that he come from a family. Did A lot of traveling. Your Dad was a diplomat. You were born in the Philippines. That is that is correct. I was actually adopted in the Philippines. Which is interesting and I'm definitely not Filipino. So yeah was adopted there. My family was with the State Department and my dad travel to various countries around the world. All the way up through the end of my college experience. So I've lived in Thailand Denmark Moscow London and then visited various countries for like a month or a week or whatever the entire time. Did you have any any idea in terms of your birth be? We have information get to you so I actually. When my dad passed away a couple years ago she left that to me. But I still haven't looked at it weren't well I you know. Part of it is is. My parents were my parents. I've felt adopted or not. You know it was just something. I don't know man should ask my my therapist about that but I just haven't I haven't really like I feel like I don't want to give up on. The idea of my parents are my real parents because they adopted me. And that's who cared for me you know. I'm a little scared to find out who my real parents are. What if there is life changing information there? You know who knows yeah? That's fascinating especially the fact that it's just sitting in a letter somewhere. That's well it's not. It's not just a letter. It's a whole packet with a bunch of official documents and stuff so so doing all this traveling. How did he sort of color? Your perspective in terms of when you finally came in critter life yourself here in the in the states. Well I have to say that little funny story about my first time that I remember in the United States was coming back for first grade and I could speak Danish better than it could speak English and I was held back a grade because my English language skills were not that good and then from there. I went to Thailand. I believe you know from there. I went to Moscow. Actually so I have I think a more of a kind of a like a world view of and I was friends a people of all different kinds of cultures classes races. What have you I would say was a very wholesome upbringing in terms of Having kind of a global perspective and in your early twenties you're part of a of a of a punk band music start becoming occurred of your early life so that's another a funny story I remember being in Moscow and I guess the sex pistols had come out. And this is I. Think nineteen seventy six and I guess there was a article in the New York Times or The Washington Post because we used to get that at the embassy in Moscow Mama's reading about it and she's like Chris. You wouldn't listen to that stuff would you and then and then on our First trip our trip to Helsinki Finland. We got to go to a record store in the first album. Picked up was was a clash album. Actually I didn't WanNA bring home a sex pistols but I'd done a little bit of kind of asking around the embassy like what did some of the other punk bands picked up a clash in devo album and ever since then I was kinda hooked but because I was traveling and nobody I knew played an instrument. I didn't even play an instrument and it wasn't until I got to college that I met up with some people that played instruments like one of my roommates play guitar. Who's really good? He's still actually playing today on the Jam Band Circuit and anyway so one night. We're hanging out late. It leaves the house and they're like hey play the space and I'm like I don't even know what to do. There's like follow the dots man and so I just followed what they were doing with their hands. And then I was like you. Know the hippy. Music is okay. But I'm really into punk rock. And then when I've moved back to DC after college I met up with some of the former members of the band scream. I don't scream was a big discord banned. They were banned. I really enjoyed in high school early college. And that's the band where David Grohl came from and so this is some of the other members one of the other members from scream their original drummer before girl was in the span. It was like man. This guy's awesome. I get to play with him. And that's basically how I jumped into that in. How long were you into? I played in punk bands from ninety three to two thousand and on. I'm still playing in my neighborhood so I've just been continuing that I still I still. I still play a little bit in a Plano. Reggae DUB reggae band in my in my neighborhood but I was playing. I started my own record label. I put out like twenty plus CDs with international distribution all around the world toward all over the the. Us many times so yeah. I like to travel see new places. Meeting people were using a camera. Did you document those times? Not at all? It wasn't until the birth of my son that I got a camera and that was because of my wife she was like we need to get a camera and at that time it was like I don't know if we can afford it and whatever so I got a cannon power shot and this this had been like two thousand six or so. My son was born in two thousand and five so it was a little bit after that. We we still. I think the I felt. We had the IPHONE camera which is like we need a better camera so and then are basically read the manual and then I went out just shooting around my neighborhood or wherever. Just kinda figure out figuring out all the settings and that's where I figured out like what motion blur could do and stuff like that shutter drag and that was really cool and the entire throughout my entire punk rock career. I was always going into the library or on the Internet. You later in the late nineties to find just kind of like raw images to use for flyers and that's how I kind of discovered who who we g was and Dion rbis and stuff. I didn't really look at them through photographers. I was looking more through a punk rockers. I like going. You know what? What are the photos that kind of excite me or that are weird a different? That will look really good on a flyer in peak people's interest and so I spent a lot of time in the Arlington County Public Library in their photo book section. Just kinda going through trying to find stuff and yeah and so. That's kind of so I had my and I even bought like some photo books to just to use for flyers so wasn't until I actually started work in a cameras. Like hey man I could probably make photos like those guys did in those books.

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Increasing Racism in the Time of Coronavirus

Long Distance

03:54 min | 7 months ago

Increasing Racism in the Time of Coronavirus

"Asian Americans have historically experienced racism and xenophobia during times of war and disease in fact acts of racism against Asian Americans due to cove in nineteen have already been taking place across the US. And the world in cities like Seattle Albuquerque New York London. I can't help. But think of Vincent Chin at this time Chin was a Chinese American man who was beaten to death by two white men Ronald Evans Michael Nitz after a bar. Fight in Highland Park Michigan in Nineteen eighty-two Eban's was a Chrysler plant supervisor in knits laid off auto worker because Chin was Asian. They blamed him and the rising Japanese auto industry for the decline of American automakers. Vincent Chin was Chinese American and he was beaten to death with a baseball bat so hard that his skull cracked open. His murderers never spent a day in jail. What happened to me is nothing compared to what happened to Vincent Chin? But what happened me is just one of an increasing number of anti-asian racist acts some of them violent taking place across the US and the world and it does not help that. The President of the United States Donald Trump is calling cove nineteen knocked by. It's given scientific name but by name. He completely made up the Chinese virus. There are some at least one went off official who use the term Kung Fu referring to the fact that this virus started in China. Is that acceptable? Is it wrong? Are you worried that having this virus the talked about as as a Chinese virus that that my order? Who certainly that? I'm not sure if the person's name but would you consider the fact that the person at the White House used the term flu. My question is that wrong conflict and do you think using the term Chinese virus that Asian Americans address that people in General. I think they probably would agree with one. Hundred percent comes from China. There's nothing not to grow. How about last question now? You might think it's true. Cove in nineteen came from China. It's a Chinese virus in their other diseases. That have been named after the places they came from like Ebola in Murs or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Look there's no denying we're covered nineteen came from but to call it. The Chinese virus without any context create some serious problems in America. It puts not just Chinese Americans but all Asian Americans endanger and frankly. It's way detract from the federal government's failure to take this virus seriously from the beginning. By the way in two thousand fifteen the World Health Organization actually issued best practices for the naming of new infectious diseases which discouraged the use of naming them after geographic locations. The new guidelines aimed to quote minimize negative impact on trade travel tourism or animal welfare end to quote avoid causing offense to any cultural social national regional professional or ethnic groups. Now you might think. Oh that's just ridiculous political correctness but did you know that in the nineteen eighty s aids was first called Grid Gay Related Immune deficiency this made people think aids was gay cancer. They literally called it. That which fueled discrimination against the gay community in severely stalled much needed services in efforts to search for a cure. You can listen to the episode hymies story to learn more about it might be worth mentioning that the two thousand nine h one n one influenza virus also known as swine flu was first detected in people in the United States calling it the American flu would have been

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Nancy Walker shares her experience with the Gay Rights Movement

Making Gay History

10:47 min | 11 months ago

Nancy Walker shares her experience with the Gay Rights Movement

"I'm Eric Marcus and this is making a history. Nancy Walker had a type she liked the brainy ones in nineteen sixty two. When Nancy was in her late twenties she met Penny Penny was smart? It is a whip wise beyond her eighteen years and she read James Joyce Nancy was impressed. The two fell in love and became life partners by the time. Nancy and Penny got involved in the gay rights movement in the Early Nineteen Seventy S. They were living in Toronto Canada where he was attending graduate school. That's where they joined the first gay organization in the Mid Seventy S. They moved back to the US to Boston. Massachusetts and Nancy soon volunteer to work at a weekly newspaper called Gay Community News. As you know from our previous episodes the Post stonewall years saw an explosion of new gay rights organizations and along with the new organizations organizations came scores of new publications the Gay Community News or CNN was among the more prominent and influential Gay Liberation Paper with the national readership readership. Nancy was in her forties when she joined she was an outspoken New Yorker and a moderate pragmatist. It's no surprise that Nancy and the younger more radical staff didn't always see eye to eye. So here's the scene. He's the winter of Nineteen eighty-nine and I've just is travel to the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston where Nancy and Penny share a classic Victorian House complete with a turret and peeling paint. They've been a couple for a long time and it shows all Nancy night. Talk Pennies on hand to offer tea chime in and help Nancy when her memory fails her. Nancy is sitting in a comfortable upholstered chair. She's dressing dark slacks and a light colored blouse which is where I clicked my microphone. I press record interview with Nancy Walker Sunday December tenth. Nineteen eighty-nine at the home of Nancy Walker in Jamaica Plains and Massachusetts interviewers. Eric Marcus tape one side one. I had gotten fed up with pretending to be straight. We'd been together nine years and we had no gay gay friends. So that's when we first went to New York and then we went back to Canada. We would just on vacation in New York went back. That must've Vince. Seventy one or seventy two. I'm not sure took us. Even though we thought we were big shots took us a long time. They get the guts to go. Remember kept finding excuses uses not to go. It's always something wrong. Finally we went and we looked around the room and so people like our grandmothers. I said what the Hell is this what we were afraid of. And that was the beginning and then we went to Canada and so I notice a little newspaper that talked about home files what they call the home of Fire Organization should. Hey let's call and see what it's about and we did. That was seventy two. We first got involved. Well he belonged to the community home. Five Association Toronto better known as Chat and what was the group's reason for being. Oh I think it was An umbrella group for everything for for counseling for social purposes. They even I suppose. Did some legal work the law had changed. The law was universally changed to a consenting adult law in Canada so they had legal advantages that we didn't have that they didn't have the socialist. Matt it's it was it. It was still terribly condemned. People were very conservative there. I remember in Canada trying so hard to get any gay gay publications to find out what was going on in the world and there was one little sleazy bookstore that carried gay papers. They had things like that but be willing to go into what was labeled and known to the public as a filthy bookstore and when we moved here there was a little note. You you know little convenience store across the street from the apartment we lived in and I walked in there and LO and behold his gay newspaper the Gay Community News. It was a quarter order so I bought this thing and I said hey look. It's out in the open. It's okay we don't have to do sleazy things to be gay and didn't know at at the time I was GONNA wind up making the newspaper and not having to pay for it. I think the reason I worked there was. I didn't want water for the news did you. Nineteen seventy six in May nineteen seventy six. What was unlikely that? What was the operation like physical kinds of people? It was unbelievable up wrong sleep flight of stairs into a big open space. That was a mess they had to. It worked very hard to get. What little materials they could? They had no money never had any money. And there were some scruffy looking people very radical people any kind of dress you can imagine. They wore a lot of the people. I knew there are now gone because of AIDS was suicide I mean the voice had long hair every kind of hair. Every kind of everything was a real mixed bag was not a luxurious place. But it was home it meant a great deal to all of us. Every view was gone. Maybe what I'm trying to say because that's how I really I felt. was that somebody else in the rest of the world not fully honest that you could be yourself and we. We didn't get along with each other at all. Even the people who had the same political persuasions didn't get along but still we knew we were among our own you know. It's like a Jewish family. You may not get along but you know this is your place in the rest of it out there is the diaspora. It's not your place. So That's how oh I felt. I don't know how other people felt about. I just know they loved it terribly. Paper had to go on no matter what and it went through hell. It went through fire. They burn the place astound once and we just moved over to a place in Cambridge. That let us use their space and we never missed a week. That paper has been continuously we published since it started in two weeks during the year. They have vacations. It's quite a remarkable achievement. It was either the end of the seventies of the beginning of the eighties and it was devastating blow. Yes it was awesome right. I guess they figured they couldn't get us any other way they were going to do. They couldn't get us that way either. What was what was the purpose of purpose? Yeah I think I think the purpose was to get out of the gate National Gay newspaper. It was the only gate national weekly. It's gone on to something. I consider me three. We need contact with each other. You know there was still gay. People who didn't know there was anybody else in the world. It's hard coming from a place like New York. Imagine that but there there are people in Kentucky and Louisiana and places like that. That didn't know there were any of the gay people. I didn't know there were gay. Men I had no idea I was so delighted the first time I met an openly gay male. I can't tell you it's a brother somebody I can love. You know there were no. I don't think about I mean I didn't I grew up in my own. Little head issue. Weiji Museum in DC N. existence. It started before I got this only three years old with a mission that she was there. A awed yes. Oh if anything was holy was G. C. N. it was a tremendous sense of mission and we loved it and protected What it meant to me was finally all my life? I said I've got this great ideas and I would like somebody to know about them so finally I got a place where I could write and other people could read it. Let's go back to the beginning of interview with you beginning questions. What were you born? Nineteen thirty five. I was born on Saint Patrick's Day and I think he's just terrific because I wound up in a city where just in the city of Boston it a holiday day on where we one flower Fifth Avenue Hospital in New York. My mother was born there in thirty. One Yeah you see. I could've been your mother. That's where would you been in one thousand nine hundred five hundred. BJ have any recollection of that on the day itself. I know I wasn't Merrick. That's lived and I was terrified throughout the war because I had a warped perception. Maybe not so walked what was going on with Jews but they were being put an ovens and all I could think about was being put into an oven so I was quite nervous wreck until the war was. She thought they might come to me. I'm sure if we lost the war I was going to get cooked. So that's part of the reason. I love this this country so much that whenever my my my ex colleagues would not the country I think eight roster I am a Jew. There's no way I'm going anywhere and when I met Jewish people in Canada they said you know you are so aggressively Jewish. There's there's nowhere else in the world. But in America Fed Jews are open about being Jewish and proud of it. She said he keeps you mouth shots. I want an awful way to lose his goddamn closets all over the world. I've been closeted about being Jewish. I got enough trouble so I was always all my life of conscious of being Jewish and being thankful that I was here and and being a lesbian also. I'm still thankful I'm here with all due respect to my I walked progressive friends. This country isn't the enemy. UH system works. It may be the newest country in the civilized world. But it's the greatest one in my opinion so you're right place. I can hear how you could be significant odds with your comrades-in-arms because they hadn't lived through the war. Aw they didn't have the really intense feeling that if I hadn't been in this country I probably wouldn't exist at. 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Another Prominent Conversion Therapy Centre Founder Has Come Out as Gay

Savage Lovecast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Another Prominent Conversion Therapy Centre Founder Has Come Out as Gay

"Did you guys hear about the leader of the ex gay conversion therapy movement who came out as this gay last week and apologized other gay people for the lies and the army done was that Oh no no no not not Michael Busey and Gary Cooper those homos almost co-founded Exodus International Nineteen seventy-six for decades exodus with the world's largest ex gay ministry but just three years after co founding it boosting Cooper came out what is gay and got married well. They got commitment ceremony which was the best idea at the time and apologized other gay people harm they done and the lies that they told was that no no. I'm not talking about Alan Chambers either. He was the last guy to exodus international became the president of the organization in two thousand and one and then shut the thing down twenty thirteen at which point he apologized to the gay people who've been harmed by exodus and admitted the conversion therapy doesn't work chambers didn't come out as gay but he did describe himself at the time is not straight but I wasn't talking about him and I wasn't talking about John. Smith either who was the former director of love and action and other ministry that tried to convert Gable Industry People Smid came out in two thousand eleven married to dude move to Texas and I'm not talking about John. Paulk the founder of loved one out to gay conversion therapy the program run by the Anti Gay hate group is on the family he came out as gay or came out as gay again in two thousand thirteen and I'm not talking about Ben Grisham. Jeremy Marks are Tim Rimal Anthony Van Brown or guenter bomb. All leaders of conversion therapy programs who've come out admitted their programs are ineffective and harmful apologized to the gay community no the former ex gay leader. We are talking about this week. The most recent high profile inductee into the ranks of the ex ex gays also known as the gays is mccray game. The man who founded hope for wholeness back in Nineteen Ninety nine conversion therapy is not just a lie but it's very harmful game told the post and courier baby game should Google Chambers or Paulk or any of the others who came up for him and game went on to say harmful because it is false advertising false advertising not only doesn't conversion therapy work as has the leaders of this crackpot movement reminded every single time they rub one out but it does real harm. Buonarroti people the kind of people these groups prey on have been driven to suicide game pokes mid Marks Chambers Busey Cooper ex gay leaders coming out as gay should really be a dog bites man story at this point joint and yet somehow it isn't people are still shocked shocked to learn that a man who dedicated his life to talking other people out of being gay was released secretly trying to talk himself out of it the whole time protect. Anyone tries to talk. You ought to be engaged actually trying to talk himself out of being gay and not having anymore success with himself that he's having with you but this just in the Washington Post reports that the ex gay Christianity movement is making a comeback. Some prominent Christians are quietly lightly trying to resurrect ex gay Christianity and the new incarnation is hip her and perhaps more evolved yet beneath the cosmetic tweaks sits the same message that has damaged inched many lives over many decades. You see the new X. Gay Movement isn't about being gay. It's not about converting anyone from homosexuality heterosexuality SWALEC. They've tried that and failed again and again and no one is buying that any more so they're evolving away from that the old ex gay movement put up billboards that said changes possible the ex gay movement according to The Washington Post has a new message changes possible and necessary Surrey but they're not going to try to make you straight the new ex gay movement isn't GonNa make you miserable by forcing you to pretend you're straight and happy about it. No the new next game movement is GONNA. Make you miserable by making you celebrate which they call leaving the lifestyle

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"gay community" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"gay community" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"It's just ridiculous thing but obviously they didn't have anyone to advise thought that's a good point so anyway. I'm i'm reading this book. What the hell is this for. What is actually is four is that they've really was a campaign that they wanted more to participate in. It seems like there was som- asset that they were trying to hunt down who was gay who was in the and this is where it comes back to the connection to the soviets who was with the hollywood gay community and the hollywood gay community. This guy had a lot of connections and they were sending bill more into gay nightclubs and drag clubs to try and find this guy because he wouldn't react to a guy in drag egg. He seemed like they are now. At the whole thing sounds like a stitch-up i mean it sounds like this little boy's club in the air force special ops and they'd just say hey what what kind of prank we play on someone for the new year like what's on new thing this year. We'll just do an elaborate game and you know you can play along. It'd be fun. Let's let's pick this you afar research and send him into the underbelly of the gay guy night world and see how he fed well. I looked into the iraq because that's what i was thinking. Is this just are. They just having fun is that what's going on here. No see apparently what was going on is that there were groups that were connected with foreign intelligence agencies agencies so the intelligence agencies infiltrating into hollywood now of course they were you know and without being stereotypical there were a lot of gay people that were autistic working in hollywood and of course they were connected with the phenomenon and they were connected to the u._f._o. Phenomenon so what they were doing is that they will these guys that will working in in the <hes> in the film industry television industry and whatever else well working with people fraum u._f._o. Groups to get all these details about u._f._o..

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LGBTQ Creators Sue YouTube Over Alleged Discrimination

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

LGBTQ Creators Sue YouTube Over Alleged Discrimination

"Com group of L. G. B. T. YouTube content creators are suing the platform over claims of their unlawful discriminatory discriminatory practices one of the creators and plaintiffs chase Ross in a video produced about the lawsuit claims you tube labels videos from gay creators as offensive or sexually explicit just because they are from gay creators or gay issues may be discussed things need to change the algorithm needs to change the same time the lawsuit alleges YouTube allows for obscene and threatening content against the gay community due to the supposed to be a safe space for us I don't feel safe at all the lawsuit alleges to you to violate federal and California laws around speech discrimination and false advertising we reached out to you to ban Google for comment but have not heard back at the filing of the story Jim rope

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Protesters briefly halt the Pride parade in San Francisco

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters briefly halt the Pride parade in San Francisco

"In other developments the parade was halted for nearly an hour when about forty demonstrators linked arms in the street to protest the police presence and what they called the corporate takeover of gay pride parades demonstrators handed out a letter calling for the March to exclude police saying they didn't agree with inviting officers to mark the anniversary of the gay community's clashed with authorities two people were arrested and taken away in a police van as the crowd called for them to be

50 Years After Stonewall Riots, Some LGBTQ Youth Still Struggle With Acceptance

KRLD Programming

04:42 min | 1 year ago

50 Years After Stonewall Riots, Some LGBTQ Youth Still Struggle With Acceptance

"Wraps up folks marked the fiftieth anniversary Friday of one right it's began at the Stonewall inn in New York City a police raid led the backlash that fuel the modern day gay rights movement CBS news correspondent David bag no has more just recently the NYPD commissioner James o'neal apologized to the gay community the actions in the laws were discriminatory and oppressive to remember where you were when you decided I have to do this I wasn't sure I was going to do it until I got to tell you quite frankly this is not this is this has to be done otherwise actually is not going to be the place that aids the bank and correspondent Steve Caton talk with a meat Paley he C. E. O. of the Trevor project that's the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth thirty nine percent of L. G. B. T. Q. young people and more than half of transgender a non binary you'd say they've seriously considered suicide troubling numbers they are troubling and their heart breaking and frankly in twenty nineteen I think many of us hope that we would not still be at the point where LGBTQ youth were facing discrimination and isolation that would lead to these numbers so for us it's important that people know that fifty years after the Stonewall uprising there's been a huge amount of progress but there is still so much more work to do now you man the phones at that your organization and you've talked to people what are they saying about the things they face well a lot of young people that reach out to us are worried they're worried about what is going to happen if they come out and let people know who they are and who they love they might be worried about what that would look like from their parents other members of their family friends people at school faith communities even their therapists and one PM people reach out to us we are we don't live and we tell them there may be people in your life you may not accept you for being who you are but we want you to know that there are many many people in the world who will not only accept you for being who you are but will celebrate you for being who you are and I want you to know that I'm one of those people and I'm proud of you for being who you are now this was in USA today the other day you might think young people are more accepting these days of a lot of issues not just this but this survey found forty five percent in the eighteen to thirty four age range they were comfortable interacting with L. G. B. T. Q. people last year but that's down from sixty three percent just a couple of years ago so what what do you think that shift is going on yeah I was a very upsetting study and I think one of the things we have to recognize is that progress is not necessarily I'm always moving forward there can be a box lights there can be people having rights removed from them and we I think we've seen that in the past few years after decades and decades of it increasing acceptance and support and legal rights for LGBT Q. people we have seen in the past few years rights taken away that's particularly impacted a lot of trans gender and non binary young people but at the Trevor project we saw the day after the presidential election in twenty sixteen our call volume more than doubled from LGBTQ youth who were worried about what was going on in the political climate and I think that that makes really clear to us that words do matter policies and laws are important but when there is hateful rhetoric in the political discourse and in the broader culture that trickles down and has an effect on young people and you talk about that broad national reaction so often it depends on where you live I mean in certain states laws are different people are different in how they deal with these issues that's absolutely right and there are some rights that are federal and national but I think a lot of people in the U. S. don't realize they're still many states were things that I think people thought were outlawed decades ago or centuries ago are still legal one of those is conversion therapy and for those who don't know what that is it's the discredited and dangerous practice of trying to change someone's sexual orientation or gender identity it is still legal today in thirty two states in the country so there is still a lot of work to do and a lot of states and communities where there are still horrific practices and things being done to LGBTQ youth service your group direct people who might be dealing with the thoughts of suicide or something like that to to get to the right place where they can get some supporters or get to some people who can help them out we do we provide a number of different types of support for LGBT cute so we run the only twenty four seven phone taxed and shot services for LGBTQ youth so they can reach out to us if they want to pick up the phone tax shot however they want to get help there is a counselor there who is ready to

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"gay community" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"gay community" Discussed on Food Psych

"I think that, you know, that might sound extreme to some people, but I think we have to name the problem for what it is. And to show how insidious it is. And not only does it really harm. People's lives on an individual level. But it also has these larger systemic implications in terms of our ability to work together as a community for for change and liberation. Yeah, that's such an important point it functions as a wedge to keep the gay community from coming together around these issues of liberation and I think it's also insidious because people can think of it as well. This is just what I desire, my desire is for someone who looks like this, right? And be curious to talk with you a little bit about the politics of desire. And, you know, you talk about how desires political for someone who's like, well, I don't know. I just I just prefer this. What would you say? How would you explain that? So to our preferences. Never just inherent or personal. They're always political because we exist in a social context. So our desires don't exist independently of that context, so well to a certain extent, when might have innate preferences, and we can't rate at the drop of a hat just changed that we can think critically about where that's coming from grade. And so let, why is it that, you know, I like people that are smaller bodied as opposed to larger body or, or you know, why, why do I like white people are not attracted to people color way, whatever it is. And when we start unpacking the roots of that raid, and do our desires, and preferences alone with Ray, who is considered superior or inferior when we start to look at these. Larger systems of a vantage on in disadvantage. And we think through that break, then does our preference, which we might originally think of as innate does it start to shift Raver William hack. Why is it that this might be desirable to me? But, but that isn't is it because that's how you really feel or because that's what, what you've been told it is so fascinating testing through that. And I feel like that, you know, I think in my younger days, when I was sort of spinning apart, questioning everything and having a lot of anxiety about stuff. I feel like those kinds of questions could have made me feel torn apart. And I think it might be might be worth it to just acknowledge for people who are in that place. Maybe this isn't the work you need to be doing right now. You know, if you're in a place of questioning everything in your life, and not feeling you have a ground underneath you, then finding that ground is probably important, but I feel like. These conversations to me now like where I'm at in my life. Now, I find so fascinating to think through that and feel equipped to be able to do that work and think more critically about what I've been conditioned to desire, you know, at this point in life. So I think it's, it's maybe also an issue of where we're at in our life that can we even do that work to be at the right place. I think in, you also have to have the tools and people are often given the tools to, to do that. And that's part of what I'm trying to. Two in my work is to give people some terms and concepts in contact to be able to start thinking through some of the stuff because I think particular for hey man, so her to two sociologists pilot Klein, who actually made the argument in their work that the body issues that gay men deal with, we are on the same level as heterosexual women that both groups can face similar pressures but he added this in time, we have no game ends body liberation movement that exist to the extent that that one does within contemporary feminism whereas, a subset of, of contemporary feminism m there's so many people that are in doing this work from feminist contacts in your yourself. Lindy west. Jamila Djamil veggies Tovar, but if we think of gay men who are doing this work like, maybe complaint, kale a couple people. Maybe Jonathan Vanoss may be Eliot Glazer. I think that part of the reason why that is miss. There's very powerful incentives in place to keep gay men from from recognizing the extent to which they're engage in Diocletian's..

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Stonewall uprising veterans still astounded 50 years after making history

PBS NewsHour

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Stonewall uprising veterans still astounded 50 years after making history

"Violent demonstrations by the gay community against a police raid at the stonewall in New York's Greenwich Village led to the modern gay rights movement tonight as part of news hours coverage of the fiftieth anniversary of stonewall over the next several days where sharing a report from story core, as a conversation between John ban, barred and Jerry NATO both military veterans who served in World War Two and Vietnam respectively at the time. John one hundred and Jerry seventy seventy-two sat down in the veteran's home, where they live to reflect on their twenty five years together story. Core records meaningful conversations across the country that are preserved in an archive at the library of congress. This is an animation of their conversation. Hello. My name is Jerry nadeau on with John ban Vard. And I was born in Brooklyn, New York. No, no, no, no. You gotta say your name and everything. Hello, mind. Name is my name is John vanguard. One hundred years of eight when I first met, you, John. You're seventy five years old. What would have been like if you didn't meet me, I would have continued. Lovely. I been absolutely August. When we met, we were sort of in the closet. I never had a real relationship. Now we've been together almost twenty five years. And when we moved into the veteran's home, we moved in together. And a lot of people are wondering, I wonder what their relationship is, well, when we got married, they knew what our relationship was expecting. We'd be ridiculed and those very little that we got married at the veteran's home. And we said, if you came to see the bride, you're out of luck, do you remember that, of course it was very informal. He was done simply yet, we served hot dogs, which is hard waiting food. Remember, John, I was with you in a cafeteria, and somebody came up, and they were with their family, and they said, oh, this is Gerard nadeau. And this is his husband. John, I never heard that before that was very much. You've made my life complete. I could say the same thing to you. You think probably as happy, again to people, you're likely to

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Bishop Slammed For Advising Catholics to Boycott Pride Events

Business Rockstars

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Bishop Slammed For Advising Catholics to Boycott Pride Events

"The Bishop of the diocese of Providence, Rhode Island following up on a declaration that Catholics should not support or attend LGBTQ pride month events going on during this month after his initial tweet on Saturday, Bishop Thomas Tobin followed up yesterday by saying, he regrets, his comments, which turned out to be so controversial and offensive to some. He said the Catholic church has respect and love for members of the gay community,

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 Kenyan court upholds laws criminalizing same-sex relations

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Kenyan court upholds laws criminalizing same-sex relations

"Same sex relations will remain outlawed in Kenya. The three judge high court unanimously upheld parts of the country's penal code that would send someone to. Risen for up to fourteen years the unanimous ruling disappointed. What is said to be vibrant gay community, in Kenya which had argued that the colonial era laws were in breach of the constitution because they denied

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"gay community" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"gay community" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Cards. And you're like, you're like like ten minutes. Why do you need more time? Because you know, we have to start soon if I'm gonna make thirty. All right, you're organized, which is why you should have something like this on your phone. What thousand APs all right? Do you think that you could tell honestly about let me see your phone? Your passcode. All right. So you have like all right. This is great stuff on the front. I actually like your layout a lot. But. This like. This is crazy. What's crazy? Now. I feel judge. None of this is none of this makes sense makes sense. That makes sense. It makes sense in my heart. You know what I didn't take that into account? It makes sense in my heart. I didn't take that into account. I think that really doesn't make see I had it makes sense science sports and random shit those my three buckets and then all of its random shit. Yeah. But I will say all the important stuff is in the front. See I hate when people are like seven hundred comments, call me crazy. If you see if you see Keith's phone, you'll be like, okay now, we got we got its bad conversation him. Yeah. He first of all he has fourteen pages and like Instagram, which he uses is on the sixth. Yeah. So it's like dude just put it in the front. Yeah. You know, you got all these after not using all N either you grub hubs seamless, drizzly fucking all the shit. I can't delete some apps, you could delete some clear some out, and I don't even like having two pages to be completely honest with you. I only have like eight apps on the second page and it killed me that I had to get another page. You gotta do it. Sometimes I only one page. How did this turn into us attacking? Joe? I don't know. I don't know. I'm not sure know anyway, you want to get these sponsors these sponsors. All right. We're gonna get to the spots. Get some that work ethic. The house that me. You're going to have that work ethic. Which I don't McGregor grinder. Speaking of grinder. Let me ask you this real quick for against the gay ten four before we get into the at the gate. I mean, not we get we're not gonna get into the app for into the ads. Okay. Would you ever? Download grinder just to see like how the gay community fucks with that s. Probably not I almost kind of want to do it. You wanna see if if you'd be? Yeah. If I can relay some attention you wanna blue ball the whole app. Yes. Sure. I don't wanna people's emotions. But like a part of me just wants to be like how my doing the gay community 'cause like in the straight community. I know where I stand. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. I wanna see like where these cheeks standing like a different community. You know what I'm saying? You know what? I mean. I think you'd clean up. I think I do. All right. I think you do pretty. Yeah. I don't really know for sure you'd craw. Why I'm a little twang? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They would love you on there. Yeah. I get killed in there. Your inbox would be insane. Yeah. I don't know. There was this one time. I was talking to this gay guy on a set that was on when I worked at elite not a gay porn that. But no, we that's right. Where my head went what a gay porn set now. But I was talking to him. And it was so funny because we were talking about grinder actually because he said that he was like on it or whatever. And I was like I was looking at it seeing how close it was tender, whatever. Yeah. They do it by feet like a hundred feet away. Shut your fucking mess. Swear to God. Sometimes it's like that like when they're very close more of a DT, F AP. Oh, yeah. And that's the thing that I said, and I'm obviously this guy is speak for gay people. But he he said I remember what he said to me is like dude as a straight guy, you think about sexual time..

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This Womans Work: Patti Smiths Horses

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

05:27 min | 1 year ago

This Womans Work: Patti Smiths Horses

"I've learned a lot about the records. I love and don't love from classic album Sundays. It's a program of listening events created by broadcaster and journalist Pauline. Cosmo Murphy, which for music fan can sometimes feel like going to church, and that's fitting because they're always held on Sundays at these events. I learned about an album from artists producers and other smart music people. Then the lights went down the phones went off and the audience listened to the album together straight through no interruptions. That's it. It seems really simple. But hearing a record on pristine vinyl through a world class sound system revealed things I never noticed before the experience was eliminating an often moving even when the needle skipped to bring some of that album worship here to studio. Three sixty were teaming up with CAS for a series of stories called this woman's work, highlighting classic albums by female artists. The title. You probably figured out borrows from the song by Kate. Bush an artist we hope to feature in this series. These records represent women musicians at the peak of their creative powers, and whose influences felt all over the musical map. And this first story focuses on one of the most significant albums of the American punk movement. One that fused rock with free form poetry and drew many into the artistic nexus of New York City in the mid nineteen seventies. Here's Colleen this is arguably one of the most arresting opening lines on a debut album. Jesus dad for somebody sends banana Matton it's deliver with unequivocal power. And for many is the first introduction to an artist who become one of the most important game changers of rock and roll amass Lee. Stew. Mrs my oh, Lee belonged to may. Number hearing this opening indictment when listening to the album for the first time in my teenage bedroom. It's through me into the nucleus of Patti Smith's thrilling and scary environs worlds away from my suburban hometown to the dirt the chaos and the raw energy of New York City, and it made me feel like I could do anything. In fact, I moved to the city of few short years later. Punk is built upon a DIY attitude and along with the stooges EMC five Patti Smith is considered by many to be one of punk rocks founding mothers her debut album, horses was released at the end of nineteen seventy five a full five months before the first Ramones album. But it Agneta the punk explosion more impersonal, easy, rather than musicality, the album's sprawling free form music and poetry was the until of the three minute three court sound for which punk would eventually become known as the Patti Smith group. Guitarist Lenny Kaye remembers especially at that time Peng had yet to harden into specific definition. It wasn't say the Ramones template that it would become miss. Mostly an attitude of wanting to assume some kind of responsibility for oneself and. And find your own way. Will return to the show in a moment. But first I want to remind you that you can keep up with what we're looking at and working on by following us on Twitter at studio three sixty show. And now back to our story as the sixties slipped into the seventies. New York City was experiencing an identity crisis and rock and roll was experiencing a spirituality crisis. There was a general cynicism toward hippie ideals and New York City in particular was more adept at celebrating the individual a cohesive cultural center had not yet replaced the unifying force field of the sixties counterculture movement. This was especially true with music is different. Experimental strains began to fan out and spire by other forward thinking late sixties New York acts like the velvet underground and the east village electric duo the silver apples. Around this time. Lenny Kaye was working in a record shop and doing some writing on the side. And he remembers there were few venues for local bounds in new acts to play. But then he saw poster for the New York dolls and welcomed it as a new chapter in the downtown music. Sing. With their flamboyant crossdressing and defiant posturing, the New York dolls set the stage for glam rock, a fusion of the edgy rock and roll of the stooges and the theatrical cabaret scene that was flourishing in Greenwich village's gay community a community galvanized by the stonewall uprising in nineteen sixty nine.

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Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

BBC World Service

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men

"A sixty seven year old landscape gardener and former shopping mall, Santa Claus who was revealed as a serial killer. Terrorizing Toronto has been sentenced to life in prison. Bruce, MacArthur, targeted the gay community in Canada's biggest city for seven years in total. Eight men were killed with police finding a ninth men tied to a bed alive when they stormed MacArthur's home to arrest him vulnerable victims, including homeless men immigrants and refugees from Ghana stance. Relent and Iran were lured to the home and then strangled to death. A jury in Toronto her disturbing. Details of what happened next during his trial who spoke to CBS's Llorente red cop who was in the courtroom for the sentencing or the judge called MacArthur, pure evil. So the judge said that really that this had to be about punishment and not about vengeance. And so he. We went through all the various options and everything that he took into account, for example. He talked about the who've horrific nature of these murders and talked about this as a collective nightmare. Four members of the community for family and friends saying that this is a nightmare that they would have to deal with for the rest of their lives. He also talked about how not only would these deaths have been slow and painful, but then also talked about the indignities that were experienced by the men's bodies as they were buried either in planters or in the ground at behind a home where McArthur worked as a landscaper detach. Also mentioned that yes, he did plead guilty. But said he didn't show any sign of remorse. Some of the family members of the victims were pleased with with the sentencing. That's right. Exactly. I mean, they would they wanted to see the maximum that however much that could be so we know that this is a life sentence. The crown had been asking for no chance of parole for fifty years. The judge talked about that as you know, that it would be largely symbolic as MacArthur would be a hundred and sixteen years of age if he were to be alive at that time, but still given that these were eight murders and so horrific in nature. He had saved pictures of the men both when they were alive and also once they had already been killed most of them were strangled, and then pictured in some cases with a fur coat or for hat and their bodies posed in some cases with a cigar in their mouths that these were such horrific crimes, the families and friends they wanted to see something more. And so the judge said, you know, it's unlikely that if he is alive at that time that he even will be granted parole parole

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"gay community" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"gay community" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"But he sold books. He had a business. He made money off of it. This was his living. Yeah. Until he apologizes. He's he and sincerely apologizes to the gay community and owns the damage that he did. And that's what I mean. And he should apologize. He owes. There's an entire community of people that he owes explanations to he's got some work that he has to do. Yeah. And he needs to do some and some of that work a lot of that work. The initial work will be internal because he's got a wrap his head around. What the fuck is going on. Right. And then he's got to go out there and advocate against what he was doing. Yeah. It's not just about. I was wrong. It's about you need to now. You know, some real legwork, right? Putting a stop to this shit. And then cool, then we're okay. Yeah. Then we can all be friends. But until then. Well, what have we tweet out? We're not friends the gay community Utah needs to make needs to get together. Unite and deprive this man of any blowjobs. That's right. The apology. No BJ's until you follow Giannis. That's what you get. It was something along those you don't get to be gay and have a happy sex life now until you've sorted yourself out. Now, absolutely no gay men of Utah. He's on he's on blast just note. Yeah. Stay away. Anyway, there you go Frankas pissed now will he's definitely damaged goods like this guy. He's gonna be a mess. Oh, yeah. You don't want to date this on. Oh, holy shit. Stay away. And or in any way, emotionally entangle yourself with them. Definitely not. He is going to be a disaster. Although if you see is new profile pic, he's he's definitely he works out. He does work out. Yeah. Daddy type. I guess. Yeah. He's got into little little bear to them. Yeah. Anyway, there you go. Listen if you have anything you'd like to chime in about if you are into daddy bears. Right, right. Into us.

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"gay community" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"gay community" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Hey, Queiroz, happy New Year's Cammy here. First of all, I will be as San Francisco Sach fest. Why do I have our time saying I will be at San Francisco's cuts. It's fast January twelve come on out and see me as bringing query up there. I love to meet you. I want to thank all of you who came out to live shows this year. I was all over the place all over the US is in London. So all over the world, according to an American I also want to thank everybody at air wolf and Stitcher on Jordan Duffy who did session amazing job of engineering, our episodes this year Sierra ca tau who else like who else who else? No. Without Sierra literally nothing would happen ever, including regarding this podcast. So as I just textra go what what is what is happening who might interviewing and who have I interviewed, and what's in where in is anything. Can you tell me what's going on? So Sarah's a best Trulia treasure. And so are you listeners today on this New Year's Eve, we are look? Looking back at twenty teen at all the beautiful combos. We had highlighting some faves, and we will hear from you as you hearing from us. We'll we'll catch into Winnington. How about that? Then be land. Still. No, no, no careless. Here's EMMY award winner. Lena wave talking about feeling inbetween stereotypical identities and getting queer POC lead on TV show. I never felt like I had a place in my community my sort of gay community because I wasn't super super Butch is wasn't. That's just like not my lane. But I wasn't a definitely not fim. So I was somewhere in the middle. And that kind of left me on the outs in a way away as sort it didn't know where to fit in. My demo was like straight women and gay men because I act more like a gay, man. Then I'd do I guess, quote, unquote, a, lesbian, and straight women are just sort of fascinated by me. So that was sort of like my crew, which it was really does make my friends with a lot of gay black men a lot of like straight black women. And but then if I enough when I my character was out there in the world and people kind of got to know me a lot of these lesbian sort of parliament where your dope, but you resent me, whatever and I'm like, oh, okay. Cool dove. So now, we kind of like a lot of pen pals from like on. AM and Twitter and things like that. Which I really appreciate because I feel like that's my community. But it was definitely interesting road because I'll be at closing. I'm like, I don't fit in here. Like, I don't drink. I don't have that many tattoo. I was like I don't know where I say stand. Similar ish. We're we're similar age. And so like that also means that we'll for me. Anyway, like when I was trying to figure out who I wasn't where I fit the internet wasn't yet. It was like ri- really just being built. So there wasn't an opportunity to like find people that might be more in a gray area early. Just anybody like, oh, there's a whole different. All you saw. Was you went out? That's all. Then also especially coming from. I mean, like a city like Chicago. I'm very curious as to what your experience like where you even where are you were even going because she also such a racially segregated sitting. Yeah. I mean, I we will go to boys town. But again, that's more for like, the guy's obviously has the nickname. I mean, I'm trying to think there was a knock him the names of my like, my first gay friend Armand gay black boy, but he will take them to certain places. But it's just it was never my jam..

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Gay Comedians Weigh in on Nick Cannon Calling Out Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman

The View

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Gay Comedians Weigh in on Nick Cannon Calling Out Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman

"Mean, no comedian is safe. Those women also weren't asked to host the Oscar exact Glaring glaring team. team. They were asked that people would have dug through their social media one of the themes of this year than the metoo movement. It's been how quick are to tear the people down we look at their past. We judge them. We don't let them learn from their steaks, and we don't forgive them. If if I knew anything about the gay community and everyone at this table has close friends that are gay there about the most forgiving people in this world. And so I think we've got to get over this being so quick to judge people finding failure on every single person's part and just moving on and better being each other. And I just say take the side of these girls where second from what I know of their work. They are pro gate comedians. They are not people that Kevin Hart thing was very nasty. I thought what is the dog's head and hit him on the head that I didn't like that at all upset me. But these girls, they don't call them girls girls, went meant, no kidding kidding. These girls are comedians, and they are they love the gay community gay community loves them their cons of the gay community. But they still so these hunt is that is that. About what we were saying in the meeting, and I wish they had given us more time to talk about this because this is actually one of the nucleus where you, and I have a lot of synergy free speech is I think one of the tenants of being an American I think it's extremely important that doesn't mean that you can throw out slurs at people and not have ramifications in your work in one way or the other. But I don't wanna live in a culture in a society where I think comedians and pundits in particular. Push boundaries for reason. I don't agree with anything Bill Maher's. Hardly ever. I watch his show almost every week is pushing boundaries. And I'm always going to be interested in people who are going to say that things that people other people are scared to say, and that doesn't mean it's okay to have any kind of violence or hate speech or anything under that terminology. But according to the federalist which all candidates my husband runs. There's now the people who couldn't will host the Oscars now include Tiffany haddish, Donald Glover, Sarah Silverman. John Stewart Tina Fey, Dave Chapelle and Stephen Colbert, according to things that they've said in the pathway, everybody's now the Kevin Hart rule. I just don't know who's. Gonna be hosting inside the four year old. Get it or job juggler or something like that. For office. No one wants to be as public as they used to be. This is a real problem. I think this should be a wakeup call for everybody. Everybody. We'll be right back. Necked of view exclusive, Michael Bloomberg talks about giving the White House a wakeup call that could save the world. And if he has his eye on the Oval Office in twenty twenty. Honest, unflappable oneness what could Luke Bryan Tim tebow, Kellyanne Conway and Raza offline all be talking about find out on journeys of faith, a podcast where we learn what faith means to some of the most

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"gay community" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on KGO 810

"Number's eight hundred two two two five two two two. So we have a story where Kevin Hart was telling the world that to host the Oscars was green a dream. Come true. And then all of a sudden some old tweets came up. He was asked to sort of set the record straight and apologised for them. He said, no that's too far. And he dropped out. That's what I need to speak to our friend, jasmine mechanic, social critic. Who helped me understand what's going on here? Jasmine, what's up. Hi, Laren Hijazi doesn't. This is more of the same. And you know, let me give my disclaimer for your listeners. I both black animal full of lesbian. Feelings about you. Yeah. You're the perfect person. To her. If you ever worry that you're not getting somebody's point of view jasmine can provide it. So I appreciate that try to help people out here. So I think the the white gay community is dead wrong on this. This is something that they only do the food that they always call a lot of black folks. Other people of color who happen to be a part of the LGBT community get very frustrated when that happened we kind of. They're very selective about the folks that they choose to go out there. And at the same time, there's a little bit of inconsistency confused messaging people to grow and you want people to learn from their mistakes or you don't he vilifying people for the same thing over and over and over again and still at the same time. Call yourself allies. Progressive because it doesn't work that way. People wanna take they wanna pick and choose, you know, at one time Hillary Clinton at one time, I can go down the list of people who have not been necessarily dot supportive of gay marriage, or or whatever other issues the white h movie themed, you'll never want issue for them at the time. But some folks get passes, right? Some let's get nothing. They get their allowed to move on fees tweet, and let us beat a lesson for younger people, maybe some older people. You know, Cathy, what you tweet it will come back to haunt you one day, but it's people who follow Kevin Hart. No that he makes jokes about a lobby. I folks trying to come after him for making the searching comments about black women or using the N word in his pieces even for cheating on his. Right. Okay. You know? But this issue around some jokes that he made in two thousand and I guess my two thousand eleven is coming to light things that he has already addressed believe me up in the entertainment world being openly almost bake that really not today in two thousand eighteen things that he's already he's already addressed. And I got to believe that the people who chose to be the host of the Oscars, we're fully aware of MS of his routine. You know, this happened right after I don't know if you guys talked about this visit happened right after I guess this whole big flap around the song baby it's cold outside. Right. Thinking to myself again in the same context, where's the consistency? Or because we just nominated a whole bunch of songs for Grammy's that call women all kinds of, sir. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Radio. I don't think people calling radio to those artists. So I need just Americans in general. We're very all over the place with it. And we want to pick and choose what we wanna do. But at the end of the day, I need to know as a person in this country of I make a mistake, and I owned up to my mistake. Wow. On with my life. And I'm going to be allowed to have a career. And it doesn't seem like that. When it comes to the white gay community. Absolutely. The I don't even know if it's the white gay community. I'm not sure what it is idea that comic may have changed the point of view comics, give popular for a variety of different reasons. But when they're starting out some of them have to really think outside the box, you get attention and say jokes that are controversial in that ride the line, and yes, if you want to make it as a mainstream comic, then you definitely have to clean up your act, but the idea that someone can't change that their feelings can't evolve. When as you mentioned politicians somehow get a pass on it is is so close minded to me. It's the opposite of tolerance. But. What they claim to be more a. Right. So it's exactly the point some some from in your logic. Jasmine, we're talk to jazz mechanic, oh, by the way, you can follow her at at jasmine J S M Y and their desire is not to improve social Justice, their desires to act out aggression and envy, because that's all I against certain people always comes out with black people. Right. Because again, the majority of the people who are screaming and hollering about Kevin Hart aren't Kevin Hart bench because if they were Kevin Hart bats, and they had followed Kevin Hart's career would have known about this previously. What you had with international who went back and dug through all of this that all of these EBay of tweeted or posted on social media decided to make a big deal about it. Typical American fashion. Everybody jumped on the tray. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It's like you could back in the Michael ball in my position on immigration and other issues that people would consider would consider how bundled either consider me on the right side of the walk side issue. But the stock relating that my tweets from years ago don't necessarily reflect my opinion today in two thousand eighteen should I still be vilified because of that should not be able to have a career a dear friend of mine, I say, a Washington went through this. And I went through with them when he graded out of me. Full off of that show. It is. After that. A long time to rebuild this. I've watched it happened to my friends and other people over and over when it comes to the gay community and acting out their aggression. It's always white gay, folks. And this is fresh it is always targeted towards black people who they claim to be allies up. Allies people like me who are blocking the middle looking at the white. Like, I say why gay because if you think of glad HR all the organizations beat organizations that are primarily run by white men and women. Okay. Where Jay has always been the number one issue. They have never really cared about issues that relate to people of color were also LGBT. Okay. So, you know, I'm caught in the middle because I'm like, you know, I get how homophobe has affected my brothers and sisters it'll black community. But I also understand that if we want to work with our black preachers and pastors politicians and people like Kevin Hart. Some understanding that what people row, and they learn from their mistakes that we allow Bill to do that we're talking to jazz mechanic, our number's eight hundred two two two five two two two to respond. Jasmine, I'm still a little unclear about why he stepped down if it's something that he is apologize for thousand times. Like, you said why not just a thousand and one? Why did he draw the line here? Is there something more onerous coming his way? I think I say, you know, what? Kowtowing? He's not bowing down the folks, he sterling as ground, and I can totally stand his ground is what he's already admitted his opinions Garang back then. So he's ground by saying, I'm not going to give you what you want. Which is another apology. I've already done this over and over again, I'm not gonna do it again. And for someone who's dream was the host the Oscars really big deal. And if it is, but if it leads me to believe that there's something else going on here as Dr gray said because who does that really hurt? It doesn't hurt the Oscars. They'll find another host, it just seems like if you've already admitted that this was wrong. It's not like he's not he's standing up for his comedy back in the day. He's saying, yeah, I had some that were wrong. They've already apologize. No. He is standing for himself. I think he's also steady after the people he represents as well. Who are largely supported we hear a lot about the backlash. But we're not we're not hearing about the people who made the people who made Kevin Hart were the the men and women of the Oscars work, the men and women of HR. It was the community. It was black folks. Remember, he's a black comedian. He got his start being a comedian and a lot of black sales. And then a lot of black comedy comedy clubs around the country. And so, you know, I respect his decision to not apologize. I wish that more people would do that. Because usually what we see is. There's uproar somebody writes, a check to one of the big three white gay, mafia organizations. Happy to see that that routine has been changed for that someone holding their ground. And all that what what are you going to say Sam, homophobic? So jasmine hold on. Let's get some calls in here. People are reacting. Let's go over what do you say? I think Kevin Hart. First mistake was to accept it. I think and I disagree with it. With the lady, I think Kevin Hart made Kevin Hart, not the black community. Not the way community. Not anyone else. That'd be Kevin Hart worked like a dog. And he got to where it is because of himself. But wh why why did you make a mistake to accept the job? I don't get that doesn't. He doesn't need the Oscars. The Oscars need him the Oscars suck the Oscar. Sexist bunch of people. Why why is there a best male and female category? And to your point. I mean, maybe, but but maybe Opie maybe and jasmine meek baby you address this. I mean, like you're saying we want things to change bringing somebody like Kevin Hart in maybe move things towards change. Well, I have to definitely agree with your caller, the Oscars. Do suck. And. Having a Kevin Hart would have definitely made it a lot more interesting. But again, there are very few people that you're gonna fight especially comedians who have not made colorful remarks somewhere in Germany to start. What I said I thought my God. If you give Kevin Hart is not scrubbed clean enough. Who who is? I mean, how are we going to get somebody in there? You're gonna it's gonna be like a journalist or something. That's gonna be weird. Right. It's I I don't know how this. I mean, it's not like they're. Are running for president. Being entertainer. And I think it's a controversial entertainer. And makes it all the more interesting to actually watch. They always go back to Ellen because she's never cursed Wanda Sykes or something right because she gets a lot of boxing. Can come back. We'll come back Gabriel. What are you say? Hey, so he's a comedian. Right. And I love I love Kevin Hart, funniest guy in the world. But he makes a huge part of his of his act for example about bracket. So so he talks about his uncle crackhead back in the day. Do we stop making a joke about that? It's not. It is I think people in general need to stop and realize what we laugh about may not exactly be PC are really feel or how we feel. I should say we can stop in backup in in in. You know, laugh at somebody makes a joke about, you know, the chicken crossing the road do the chicken farmers from. You know in in any of the vegan vegan vegan Scarborough. I will take you one further. I'm sure that there are some black crackheads..

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Russia set to resume space station crew flights

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Russia set to resume space station crew flights

"Keep their promises without agreement on the rulebook the Paris deal could become toothless when it comes into force in twenty twenty. Following his party's historic gains in Sunday's regional elections. The leader of Spain's far-right Volks party said the political tide was turning across the nation. Volkswagen twelve seats in the regional parliament the first regional success for a far right party since the Franco military dictatorship the party good now, hold the balance of power in any right wing coalition. Researchers in Britain's new stem cell technique could offer an effective and non invasive treatment for people suffering from osteoarthritis the first scientific trial to be carried out on human tissue suggest patient's own cells could be used to repair damaged joins reducing the need for surgery. BBC news. Hello, this is the history. Our with max Pearson this week, we're on the harsh open seas of the south Atlantic with the whale hunters of the nineteen fifties. We meet the real life inspiration for the fictional, Indiana. Jones, and we witness the draining of the great marshlands of southern Iraq under Saddam Hussein's orders. But we begin this week by acknowledging the passing of another world aids day, which falls on December the first each year. The latest figures suggest that there are more than thirty five million people worldwide living with the HIV virus these days, people can survive and live relatively normal lives for decades if they have access to the proper drugs. But in the early years of the disease contracting the virus and developing aids was seen as virtual death sentences. And it's to those early days that we go first as we take you back more than thirty years to the story of Terence Higgins whose death in one thousand nine hundred two was the first confirmed case of HIV aids in Britain. It led to the creation of this country's leading aids charity. The Terrence Higgins trust Simon watts has been speaking to the former partner Terence Higgins, Dr Rupert Whitaker. In the early nineteen eighties. The gay community in Britain began to respond to the first cases of a new and terrifying disease, the voluntary workers here have had as many as four hundred calls a week from homosexuals desperate for advice and help there's been worry about age in the British gay community ever since it was first detected in America homosexuals for years. It goes in a couple of months is not worry became new roses following the death that year ago, British Shona sexual call Terry Higgins, Terry was a very laid back sort of guy. He was very warm and had a good rice and Huma. This is Dr report Whitaker, the former partner of Terence Higgins or has he called him, Terry? Turn on my bangs night club, and he was on the dance floor. And I saw this guy really bizarre way dancing to be honest. But he was also very handsome. I think for him to be honest and said, which is really not unusual for me. Well, I used to be very shy. But Terry wasn't standoffish and had no attitude. He was immediately friendly -tarian Rupert began dating at the time. Terry Higgins was thirty five or Rupert was eighteen and about to start a university. I have never had a boyfriend and not being particularly comfortable on the gay scene tooling, the gay community and Terry helped that great introduced me to a lot of his friends, and I always used to cook for me. Because I was no good at cooking myself. It was used to make sure that I ate Terry author had a sleeveless pink sweater, which was kind of hideous pink. You could see him probably from a couple of miles away because the pink so shocking. But it was one of those things you love to hate. It was also typical him. He didn't care, but in one thousand nine hundred to Terrence Higgins became ill. He started to get less energetic. He wouldn't eat as much although he still cooked for me that I was away at one point. And I came back and found out that Terry had collapsed in a nightclub. I'm being taken into Ospel, and he

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"gay community" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Some of them are more sexual matters. How about that? Well, so I actually got a thing with Instagram back in the day. They did me. I'm sure and I learned from that that they will keep me around. And I'm just not allowed to do splits or handstand. It's gotta be like, you're in a scenic s place nothing. I'll like it's gotta be beautiful Frank and beans must be coverage. Literally like Photoshop not in Bohol. No, no holes. Good to know. Exactly, entrepreneurs Z. I mean, do not CME a whole pick a split pit a handstand pick. Like, I gotta keep it classy. I love you. So this is so genius. I know that the older LGBT LGBTQ community men, gay men, lesbian woman. I know they look through very different time than us. I actually had a really good friend of mine who's kind of like he's like a like a Deepak Chopra of the gay community. And I'm not gonna say his name to protect his identity for this story. But he asked me to go on the channel that was the gay channel on Sirius. When I was at serious, and I was like sure so we intr- my friend introduced him to the head guys. The channel Larry flick is a guy's name, and I love Larry. But Larry like old school gay, man. He's a bear. He's been the committee forever. He lived through the aids epidemic. He watched friends die, you know. And so I remember my friend came in. And I thought it was gonna be like, all good and Copacetic. And apparently, they just went in on my friend, and they were like with a fucker you with your cheer. Enjoy. You have no idea. The path to pave the the pavement we laid for you to get here. Like, do you respect us? All I mean, personally, I get that quite often rate it, and so that's I'm now hearing your story. I'm like, okay, you're probably getting the same thing lesbian community. I'm not that entrenched in. So maybe I don't quite, you know, maybe I haven't had that reaction because I'm just not like in it that might also don't understand the lesbian community. Well, this is the funny thing I kind of understand the gay community. But like, I also don't understand the gay community. I feel like you, and I can really like teach each other things right now. But I will say that I think that there is like I think there's a generational war. Amongst like, no matter what your sexuality is. But I think there's a major one not so much the lesbian community, but really so much in the game male community, we agree. And I don't know if it's type thing, I think it's based on a lot of things that maybe are are emotional. But I think some of them are really real. I think the aids epidemic was is like have you watched a normal heart, the normal heart. I have not. But I just saw boy race if you ever seen that movie. No. So boy race is about gay conversion therapy. Oh, Oh, my. my how his family said this boy. And it's based on a true story. How the kid like moved to New York says family didn't accept him. And then like four years later, they finally accepted him once he moved away and became successful as a writer, right? But like, it's really like, a gut wrenching story. It's important for us as the new the newer versions because it is it's still a hard path walk, but it's much easier path to walk. I think it's important for us to think that though because sometimes I get confused, and like I get a lot of messages from people, and they it's really not an easier path. It's only because we live in this bubble in New York. So you think You're you're right. right. And then you're blinded from like your own does middle America. Otherwise in the world. You're right. So I sometimes always try to remember what it feels like. But you kind of forget once you're like, comfortable out, and you're like, it's harder. But you can kind of go back there. But it's hard to go back back there. You were in utter tear because that's what it feels like. But I do think it's important for us to like educate us about the gay people who came before us, and so like a on the normal heart. It's Mark Ruffalo, it's Taylor kitsch. It's map Omer. It's amazing for all..

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"gay community" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"First of all does have a million price to be to be exact I would say three maybe four. I know there's two black price. There's the Labor Day weekend MLK weekend, which was segregating black and white prior to which is problem number one. And then we have the white pride which is the one that we just did the has the parade. The only one with the parade in every single city has is white pride. I think the reason personally is just just because I mean, Atlanta is the gay capital of the south. I mean, I feel I feel like in every way we we're just going to celebrate in party. Why we have all the government officials. I don't know. I mean because predominantly Alanna place, but it's playing that to me how to land of all the cities in the south becomes just kind of the gay capital gay mecca where everybody just kind of has to be. I couldn't go to make a major city. I mean, you're not going to make. Try to make it big and get your name out there. There's a lot of personality's coming into Atlanta to make it known who they are. And it's the Hollywood. Yes, the high. It's literally is listening to the one of the biggest cities in the south of me. You can't Miami. Miami's not as big as. Is literally this is this is the south city. But what's and that's always interesting to me. Why people think you come to Atlanta to make it? Meanwhile, most folks come here with no plan, no idea, and they end up, you know, living in swat somewhere trying to get by versus their hopes and dreams and aspirations before the LGBT guy, I'm going to summarize for all my people in the other acronyms, we're to summarize the LGBTQ was many of them. Don't leave a right there. Are we going to pass that? But so why was it land to feel like such an accepting place? Where there's not that stigma that you will get with other places in the south again. Like, I said, it's you is the biggest city by being by having so much diversity. It's just more open minded kind of places everywhere else in the south. There's literally one mind frame one coach typically wants to move to a place either you're going to have to fit in or you or you're gonna be excluded. Atlanta's one of those places where it is diverse. It's you can have your own mind. Because everybody is from everywhere is literally the melting pot of the south. Well, you know, it's interesting because a lot of people feel that the LGBTQ community hasn't surpassed the black community as far as power and political influence that you, you know, politicians have no problem tearing down a black neighborhood, or you know. Sains saying or doing things that are discriminatory derogatory towards the black community. But they would not dare transgress the gay community. Remember when they had the eagle raid, maybe a decade ago and the whole city shut down when the police officers raided the the American Eagle gay bar nightclub where wherever you call it. But meanwhile, we'll have rates like that all the time on the black side of town. And nobody says anything why what how have they been able to gain so much power influence so quickly what the thing about it is? And I hate to just strictly go with race. But if the gay community was just black. I'm sorry. Influence. You know, what I mean because we have the I'm just gonna go ahead and say Caucasian, people that are more influence in the community that that's it's more power in it. I mean, like I said back to the whole pry things black pride. There's two there's the Labor Day, and as the MLK in Atlanta, they don't get as much recognition. They don't even have a parade. They literally shut down the city for what's considered white pride. We hope parade. There's there's all these sponsored events and all this stuff is because the majority the white power is involved. So you're saying there's just as much intersectional racism in the gay community as there is in the straight community that Luli every single city every every every major city that has a pride has white pride. What's considered white pride in actually is white pride is not call white price? Just call gay pride. Then black Friday. It's called black Friday every single major city segregated still exists. One hundred percent in the gay community. Accepted. Was there anything because it seems like whenever something happens for the community black folks are expected to get online and be part of that and fight for their rights. Something happens in the black community are in the black gay community Ewing sitting on these rich white gay guys riding in and their mini Coopers to try to help us. So that was nothing done about that. Because they can get away with ignoring something like that. I mean. I think in the gay community when. The gay community gets attacked as far as blacks coming to the rescue. I mean, there are white gays as well being involved as well. So they need to speak up and something needs to be done to. But with the black community. I mean, white Nancy something I'm in the black community. You're not gonna say anything because they can get away with. I mean, honestly, A B module. Of course, they don't know the guy. He sounds a little Gabe. He straight. So for me like I mean, I'm the gay guy in the room, and I've been to a lot of different states and CDs and been involved with the gay community. And I don't see where a lot of. White people really get involved with the black gay community. I think the exact same is two different wars is the strait is the strait and black and white war. And it's still gateway like my war. And so on on that point not to dig too, deeply when it comes down to the line when it comes down to you have an issue between the black community and the gay community. Where would you find yourself form your lions came down? Like we bought the fight. We bought rumble. Yeah. Pick aside what Saudi pick picking. So this this this is my thing. And I think this is where black has always been big before the whole Black Panther movement. And and and I'm just gonna choose a black in general for me. I feel like I'm just I'm just the peacemaker. I literally choose gay as gay and black as a people obviously want. I mean, I'm on both sides. But when it came to pick one one or the other laid the rumbled by to go down picking one does not wanna because I'm both. Okay. We'll talk more about this. After break. We're gonna go to the phone lines. Call him four four eight nine two two seven zero three news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Too much too. Okay. You're listening to the best of.

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"gay community" Discussed on Inside the Cave

Inside the Cave

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on Inside the Cave

"And what I noticed was in the comments all the black men. The conscious brothers. They're all saying President. Obama was the first gay president President Obama does his lookout for the gay community. None of this stuff is factual lidge just shit that insecure men, black men and white men. This is what this country based off of his not about people say that people have died over women. None other men have died over their own insecurities. The reason why people can in factually say that President Obama was the first gay president would not one bit of facts or proof Audie said, is that the fact that this guy made a statement of political statement saying that gay people should have the right to be married. Now, let's look at President Obama's history. President, Obama is a married man to a woman who has two young girls. And when he talks about his two girls, he talks about them dating. Does he ever talk about them maybe and go another woman? No, he always talks about them bringing home a young man and having secret service, maybe one day having to deal with them. Now this is a true gay president that the conscious community claims him to be. He would never specify that his daughters would bring home a man. He was specified his daughters or one day be dating, but not conscious community. The so called smart marks of the internet. They don't. They don't bother to bring in those kind of facts because all they do is unit use their own insecurities and bring up stuff that they just pull out there s and spread it over the internet. Now, not an Obama apologised, but these idiots have made me become one because they don't realize it. They're the reason why. Black people, whether you want to admit it or not. Obama is a black person. If you're truly Representative of the black community you should. You should be ashamed of yourself. For ridicule. Another black man, falsely ridicule him for no reason at all. Here's the other thing. There's not a man in America that has not at one point in his life participated in a gate act. Oh, would you talkin about CB? I'll tell you what I'm talking about. If you ever went to a strip club told another female stripper to kiss that bitch, here's twenty dollars his five dollars..

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"gay community" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on Majority 54

"So you tell me who's better for the gay community and who's better for women than Donald Trump believe me. And the reason I bring this up is because I hear all the time Republicans like Paul, Ryan and others, say things like why support LGBT rights, right? They'll they'll say it and then there's nothing in their voting record. In fact, they they actively work in the other direction, but things have changed culturally to where they clearly feel they have to give word to this lip service to it, but then they don't actually do it. So my question I guess is can you be a supporter of the gay community while constantly working against the gay community? Is that a thing. No, and it's not a thing I think was the thing is that people don't read today. They don't, you know, understand that they can actually, you know, pick up a newspaper or go in research a topic, and that's the problem with our society today as we just listen to sound bites and politicians know that you cannot today the pendulum has shifted. You cannot say that I am anti gay because it will hurt your business will hurt your chances of being reelected. Right? And that's a good thing, right? But it's a bad thing because now the the anti LGBT rhetoric and the the actions of into the closet, and people aren't either motivated or willing, or you know, at a point where you know they feel like they have the time. I'm not for sure what it is to be able to research and say, you know what? Paul Ryan, you haven't done anything for algebra people, right? You know, Donald Trump, you. You held the rainbow flag the wrong way when you held it up right? Like you, we need to hold our politicians and our leaders accountable, but in order to do that, we have to be able to find out, you know what the truth is, and I think that's the problem we're having today is, and what I'm most concerned about is, where do you find the truth? Let's I want to close us out with a question. I don't usually ask, but I think it's it's appropriate for you. You know, you've seen a lot of antagonism and you've you've overcome to make things happen in the world. We rarely address this in the show, but I would love to hear your advice on what to do when you're trying to talk to somebody and their words in their beliefs, just make your blood boil, but you're trying to have a conversation like what's your advice to people on how to do that. So I've had somebody yell, some pretty awful things that me and it does take two people to have dialogue. You can't have dialogue with somebody who doesn't want to have a conversation. So that's the first thing you know, I I have approached people and you know people who I, I know are either yelling things or saying things, and I have approached them and said, would you be open to coming over and sitting and having a conversation, right, and taking out of the context of the moment and going over and sitting and have the conversation start out by just getting to know each other, asking them about, you know, their family, their husband, or wife, or or girlfriend, or boyfriend or whoever. You know, they have, you know, a close relationship with, you know, ask them about what's going on in their life or try to get to know them as a person right before. You start to get to know them our, you know before you let the issue that is defining the moment a get, you know, in the way of of being humans. And I think if you're able to find someone's humanity and sit down and speak to them one on one and and spend some time learning about each other's humanity, then you're able to have the building blocks to have discussions that can build that integrity that trust and it may not happen in the first conversation, but.

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"gay community" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"I don't really feel like the state of california needs to tell me what kind of sexual identity is okay for me to pursue and so if i want to go to therapists some some expert to help me walk out my personal choices for freedom i don't see why the state should be interfering with that i couldn't agree more now elizabeth are are you in ken speaking as people who have sought out this therapy but those stories of change in our sexuality in the gay community i didn't try to get rid of my experiences with same sex attraction i wasn't interested in change i went to seminary openly gay i was in the presbyterian church which is an affirming branch of denominations and so it really was after i graduated from seminary that i began pursuing god on a different level and in that journey with guide began questioning what was the truth about my life experiences and ultimately kind of let go of that identity and overtime experience change in my desires i've been married to a man for thirteen years and i don't think about being lesbian i don't struggle with my sexuality at all and so the the suggestion that at least for women there's never change or it's not possible s really wrong in my opinion have you sought counseling.

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"gay community" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In the gay community i didn't try to get rid of my experiences with same sex attraction i wasn't interested in change i went to seminary openly gay i was in the presbyterian church which is an affirming branch of denominations and so it really was after i graduated from seminary that i began pursuing god on a different level and in that journey with guide began questioning what was the truth about my life experiences and ultimately kind of let go of that identity and over time experience change in my desires i've been married to a man for thirteen years and i don't think about being a lesbian i don't struggle with my sexuality at all and so the the suggestion that at least for women there's never change or it's not possible s really wrong in my opinion no sexual desire for women i only have sexual desire for men and so finally i had to tell somebody and my parents said hey you know what you want and we love you anyway what do you want and i said well i i don't want these desires i'm going to be able to find a wife someday and and so they got me into see a therapist and yeah i saw him for five years it kept me alive i wanted to follow what i felt like god is inviting me into plus i just wanted to have kids i wanted to have my own life in that way and you know this bill also bans books right and any kind of helps and there weren't any books back then so i snuck into the christian bookstore with a ball cap on to see if there were any helps there and there weren't any but thank god there was the therapy there was counseling heterosexual counseling that i could find back then this what's so scary now is so many people go through a period in their life where they are on a journey sexually they're questioning their sexuality and to completely removed from society all.

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"gay community" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on WGTK

"With events speakers ken williams and elizabeth wanting what is the press conference about and tell us can why are you on elizabeth speaking on and this is all about again ab twenty nine forty three which we've talked about before one of the things that most concerns me about it is i fear that it will result in a lot of therapists simply turning away gay and transgender patients because that'll be off the table you won't be able to talk about it am i right and that's right that's right it it'd be the bill bans any sexual orientation change efforts both with goods and services so many people are are wanting to pursue a life of homosexuality or transgenderism but a lot of people who find themselves with same sex desires are not wanting to pursue a lifestyle in accordance with that many have convictions due to their faith or or just personal convictions that want them to live out heterosexual expression and this bill basically removes from society any tools or helps to for people to pursue their convictions i don't really feel like the state of california needs to tell me what kind of sexual identity is okay for me to pursue and so if i want to go to therapists some some expert to help me walk out my personal choices for freedom i don't see why the state should be interfering with that i couldn't agree more now i'm elizabeth are you in ken speaking as people who have sought out this therapy but both of this have stories of change in our sexuality in the gay community i didn't try to get rid of my experiences with same sex attraction i wasn't interested in change i went to seminary openly gay i was in the presbyterian church which is an affirming branch of denominations and so it really was after i graduated from seminary that i began pursuing god on a different level and in that journey with guide began questioning what was the truth about my life experiences and ultimately kind of let go of that identity and over time experience change in my desires i've been married to a man for thirteen years and i don't think about being a lesbian i don't struggle with my sexuality at all and so the the suggestion that at least for women there's never change or it's not possible that's really wrong in my opinion.

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"gay community" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Complementing but also teasing transgender people you know and and and i've had liberals get really upset about it lmi but i've had transgender people come up to me and hug me and be like that was great that is really weird thing about the transgender uh there's a lot of there's a lot of a white mostly white guilt back and forth within the lbgt q commute enemy accused on in there anymore i dunno over the gay community and then transgendered and then i was i was wives listeners something uh reading some today and i was like the whole concept of being born this way they give you born gay or not born this way because that is the big divisive thing because half of the people say no no no this is a choice half of the gay people say this is the choice in in the other half say knows born this way right and the peoples it is a choice that you will you tell them you were born away and they can isolate that gene and they could start a boarding gay babies and so you the hot so you like in the middle of it go on like oh my god and then with the art work you oreo boarding straight babies or two that operate people seem to be seen to be a better a better who've that's what i like about you is that i network i when i heard you i think maybe both times on rogin or by her to another time on something and this going to sound so silly but un giraldo grew up around the same areas and you sound ally all really the fresh that matters i could probably the greatest compliment and he was ever give me and you guys are both on your both the almost identically minded people very very intelligent very liberal but more cynic liberal like like your i'm social liberal i'm like you're like literally me yeah like almost like almost like not proletarian what's the limited lived there turn yeah i mean i i think liberated term libertarian has been hijacked now ago a sort of more of a tea party group of people but i really do think that like liberals bothering me i can't say as much as the right but almost as much.

"gay community" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"We are paying here yes so cannot respond of course so hey and there was that so here's a couple of rules i feel i especially in the the gay community bunches even sadder such was when you're dating wants singer like ma couple of rules you have the follow mike so i feel like two months is a perfect time stand for you to be on tender to talk to somebody because generally like in the gay community referred to the gay community because this all armed generally familiar with is either like they're not wanna meet hook up so that's you have to give her to those people off the west i really feel like a great time stances office a mighty wanted to ma here's that they know is slow ladder catfish out here so i bet he doesn't want to me too much debt death by ding ding bobo mbo home that's a ray of lad or a a yellow bluegreen raslan will not play as though day is a little concerning so a midway said way that i will offer to him is gone into space mike how hey can we june side slight still at least a you're getting at personal connections and if he said he'd some size or face tough you gotta let it go because he's not really interested in you live also have a personal rule them i i feel like i'm looking at mike know of like these photos is somebody that i'm extremely attracted to and i'm like talking to the hospital there is interest when day send you a tax doll respond for two days in data who chewbacca two days they're not interested in you coletta go if they hitching back within their to daytime stand there my hey what's going on his message stay you know that there is some attraction that i feel like that's kind of like you be more stole passive aggressive but you don't seem like you're being to assertive or creep like if you hit the and laugh.

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"gay community" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"People because in a way because if you think about i've always been an art is i've always been an abject artis episode twelve so i see beauty and people curious women men uh a lot of people use them i will say diplomatic aiming you five sexuality as a shield to come out at being like i like men to and really when they just like man i talked to women and men so it's uh i'm not using it as a shield people have be graded by sexuality in the gay community by using it as a shield i'm not that here do you consider yourself in lgbtq advocate yeah i am i i and i have to be because i think that black france people need it i definitely think that uh black people need it especially right now we need and one of the reasons why i want to come out as fi is because we need as many black men right now to live in bear true and to be truthful about who they are because if we don't have that i think we're lying to our kids a lot of them that are black and they're hurting in they're trying to figure out who they are as individuals and aims to know that there are people like low models beyond zone limits bad heart gay or by and are living their true did you ever have any oh my god moments where you thought that onto somebody else's time frame they would reveal that you were actually bisexual never um this was uh this particular outing was because i wanted to do this because of the reasons that i stated like really it to me it's very important that we understand that you know it didn't stop with with uh beam it didn't stop with ball wins it didn't stop with uh they are rust and uh we this goes back to africa for us and has been a part of colonizers trying to now lifted in turn into a.

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"gay community" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gay community" Discussed on No Agenda

"I think it's the gay community the gay community has been irked if you ever watch some of these gay news i didn't watch the reason because it changed because he because he was undercover he was on the download aims were out on his case for being closeted into an extreme okay will there you go i mean i would you'd listen to these guys nee i can remember the guy's name is a guy and a woman there to do this game news the weekly on free speech tv and they're just you know just a beyond beyond beyond pitching abides kevin spacey and calling him out and could condemning him i think that this was the community itself and that's why i think the way he handled it was to get the he knew what was going on you had to get ahead of your get again no no i wasn't getting ahead of it he was he was good he says look yeah i been harassing young gay a young men because i'm gay pride dad was to me any did caused the backlash within the gay community iguodala what does the associating pedophilia with us us a man that's what he did he did it on purpose strike counters counterstrike now gun good good one now you're probably right about that well bill maher kind of made our point four us in an odd way in extremely uh female unfriendly finish of this segment of rivalry i've noticed that america lately that there's something wrong with dudes recent stories of sexual harassment or about many things like misogyny and white privilege and old fashioned being a pig but.

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