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gladys bentley Discussed on Queer as Fact
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Aired 9 months ago 28:25
Singing the Gender-Bending Blues
Gladys Bentley loved women, wore men's clothing, and sang bawdy songs that would make sailors blush...and did it openly in the 1920s and 1930s. This was long before the gay rights or the civil rights movements, yet Bentley became a darling of the Harlem Renaissance alongsideÂ iconsÂ like Langston Hughes and Josephine Baker. While her provocative performances kept her from becoming as well-known as her peers, they are exactly why she is being rediscoveredâ€”and admiredâ€”today. In celebration of Women's History Month, we follow the life of a trailblazer who was unapologetically herself at a time when she wouldâ€™ve been acutely aware of the risks.
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3018: Good Clean Fun
Keith's family history and his amazing singing ability; Keith's friend Richard Marx; man caught on tape faking awkward slip and fall; Super Bowl LIII and Keith's new children; Best Drunk Kevin Doucet writes in
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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2
Keyshawn, LZ and Travis talk about Manny Machado and Bryce Harper still not signed. Also, Is LeBron James fully recovered? Plus, Scottie Pippen says there is a coach that can win a Championship with the Lakers roster. And LZ's TOP 10 MOTOWN songs.