19 Burst results for "Qurna"

Kim Kardashian West Releases Statement on Kanye’s Mental Health

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:40 min | 3 months ago

Kim Kardashian West Releases Statement on Kanye’s Mental Health

"Let's. Let's talk about a Reality Star Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West have been in the news all week. You know talking about his campaign rally his Harriet Tubman statement, those twitter rants. Pale flew to Wyoming to check in on them. Well yesterday Kim broke her silence released a statement about con as mental health, especially with all of those hurtful comments that he has made about her her mom, you know and just a family altogether cam. She talked about Kanye struggle with bipolar, and she and the family are struggling with him as she asked for compassion and empathy can posted as many as you know Kanye has bipolar. Bipolar disorder anyone who has or has a loved one in their life, who who knows exactly incredibly complicated and painful. It is to understand. She went on to say that those that understand mental illness know that the family is powerless unless the member is a minor, Kim said that Kanye is brilliant, but complicated, and on top of being a black man and an artist who has experienced the painful loss of his mother Donda West back in. Two thousand seven. He has to deal with the pressure in isolation that is heightened by his bipolar disorder. She went on to say how the media and the public have to have compassionate empathy when it comes to mental health issues, and she thinks those that express concern, you know true genuine concern Connie, as well being and. That's it. You know it's just Really really sad, you know. Yeah it is. For the children I do in the whole John Him everyone, everyone. Yeah, you don't WanNa. See your husband. Go through things like that thinly meltdown. No, no, no, no Qurna oldness history. There's juice Rome. It's just a lot. He said a lot of hope for things about her. He you know yesterday or day before yesterday was talking about divorcing her, saying she had a private meeting with. Meek mill to talk about prison reform. And then she came back and said the meeting wasn't private. It was public He talked about wanting to divorce her. It is heavy. It has heavy. What is going on with them? Dude, but see I. Don't know anything about bipolar. I. Don't know anything about it. So. Maybe it causes you to do some things that I think is not smart. But I don't see discussing your private life publicly on social media repeatedly. Not, smart is has what they got to do with anything I. Mean Look Man that's got to be not the place to vent I. Mean who you trying to prove it to you. And you got take care of your business at home. Who you are. And, it's just unexcused. Unexcusable, sad thing. you. Don Lemon talked about early. You know to social media used to be a good thing. Then all of a sudden became toxic. So since we all who have good says noted is toxic. Why are you putting your life on the toxic platform and then? Kim Got to come in and say please be understanding well. Wait a minute. Hold on. Wait a minute hold. I understand what she said. That's perfectly right, but decided to those social media in a place of understanding. That, what daddy is!

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"qurna" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"qurna" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Just to make them feel better. But also what I realize. When you truly mean that phrase is to say like, yes, this is bad this sucks, and I don't like it. But those I live drivers had genuine conversations with me. And none of this even came up. We just talked to each other like nothing like we're two people in a car. That is always both things are true in every situation. So now, I feel like when I go into a situation I'm open to both posssibility as opposed to going. This is going to suck and something bad. It's going to happen. The bit does the opposite of what a lot of people try to do with comedy, which is complicated issue. Simple. Yes. You like to make complicated issues seem complicated people. And and that is the goal of. Yes, why because it's complicated. Because as soon as you because we don't live in a time where nuance exists all the time. Like we were talking about these. Things. And as soon as you pin as soon as you think you pin it down a new it's like, playing whack a mole. You know? It really is. And that I don't mean it like I wanna wack something out of existence. It's just like as soon as you get one. Then some new thing comes up, and it's it's it's because I'm talking to a bunch of different brains over the course of a lot of time, you know. And so it is complicated. I might feel different tomorrow. You know, and you might agree with me now. And then you might change your mind, you know, like, you might look back on this. But that's also what we're struggle like it, honestly comes from queered us and talking about Qurna because for the first time maybe ever we can talk to each other in real time globally intergenerational into racially. Inter ethnically all of these things. Like this wasn't happening. You know, we had gay bars. And so you'd have like a salon style or whatever. But that was. One hundred people five people, I don't know. I'm talking about endless amounts of people that can experience what I'm talking about. So to try to boil it down to one thing would be to always fail. And I was even alluding to this. I was like trying to describe like people that are like me. And there's not one thing that I can say somebody listening to this is going to be upset that I'm using queasiness to describe it. And I guess for me like if if you don't identify as queer that I guess I'm not talking about you. That's okay. Do you agree with my other stuff? You can you can agree with that and disagree with Queen us. And like, I guess like I'm not purposely leaving you out of the conversation, but you're choosing to exit because of that. And like all these things exist on a timeframe. And and you can't be mad at somebody forgetting something wrong in the past necessarily because it doesn't change you can learn from the past and go, oh, we're not going to do that anymore. But at the time, I think it goes back to attention and my intent. Is not to complicate the matter. My intention is these things are complicated. And for me to try to boil it down to one simple punchline is would wouldn't make any sense. But ultimately it does that that lift, but does and then I not only boil it down to like fuck. Yeah. Yeah. Is that I make fun of a movie. And like how how stand up sticky is that to make to make a movie that's a punchline a punchline like, it's totally sticky. And but everybody knows exactly what I mean. And also the point is like, yeah, we should be making things that are a little more complicated. Look, the the guys that made Lal and just wanna make it movie. And I get I fully get that. But there was a bigger conversation that was happening, and they fit into something that was bigger than them. And I think some of them get it. I, you know, and they weren't trying to make a movie that was like offensive or hurtful to people just happened to fit into that. Yeah. They are allowed to make the movie, but it's interesting 'cause we like a lot of at dates, but now we're like, oh the law..

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Central American Migrants Continue To Arrive In Tijuana By The Hundreds

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Central American Migrants Continue To Arrive In Tijuana By The Hundreds

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. Now to to wanna where Central American migrants continue to arrive by the hundreds less than two weeks before Mexico's new president takes charge officials with his incoming government say they're rattled by the US response to the migrant caravan at the border, the two countries share from member station K Q E D for Rita Jabballah Romero reports for the past six weeks. Steve Sam has been coming every day to a temporal border crossing the Qurna and waited anxiously for his number one thousand one hundred nineteen to be called this a little bit disturbing. Because spending all this money from Africa to be yet. And to spend this money again to be here for a six week a half to eight is not easy. Savings are nothing less famous thirty six he wants to ask that you ask for asylum. He used to work as a crane operator in his native Cameroon, but he says his government arrested and tortured him a mobile America. Of course, I'm looking for course, Nicholson better life. I'm wearing America because my life is in danger. So does it wants to put that over? I among the crowd many say they've also waited a month and a half for a chance to see a US customs and border protection official. Fin aloft volunteers at the border. Call out forty names this morning people who stern had come to ask for asylum, wait times grow. With the arrival of the caravan the list of people waiting already has four thousand two hundred names the man who will soon had Mexico's national immigration agency says he'll push the US to process migrants more quickly to reduce the bottleneck at ports of entry collapse. It almost psycho that getting flu holy up on. You're at a press conference, and Donna Donna de gen-. Lopez says barbed wire barriers and soldiers don't belong at the busy international crossing. What San Diego a region with a long history of cooperation. At looks like where the border between north and South Korea. He says at a crowded sports complex, turn migrants shelter thousands of Central American migrants. With the caravan mill around dozens more arriving with wary faces and dusty bags volunteers hand that clothes to crowd of women and children mariota odiaun. Four year old grandson, clutches, her leg is not almost. And that is NYC. Let's address youngest arsenal. Another facet the situation is not easy. She says the long journey from Honduras was especially tough for the boy. And now she realizes it could be months before she can ask for refuge in the US for NPR news. I'm fatty that double Romero Tiana.

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"qurna" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"I don't know. I'm trying to process. Okay. So for example, when I first you, can you make somebody here superhero? When I first met my husband, he was passing this female female set. He was female sex and we didn't know about transgender. Okay. And so suddenly found myself in a queer relationship quote, unquote? I didn't feel queer at in feel like it was different relationship than something else I didn't. I wouldn't have known to Google that I would get in this kind of relationship, and it was almost like I clicked a little further into understanding the the weird stuff that we put on, quote others, you know. So it was like suddenly I'm queer to everybody, but I'm still the same as I used to be. Okay. I got what you're saying. Like like you kind of have otherness projected onto you. Yeah, even though you're like, I'm just doing thing like getting gay married, nobody wants to get gay married. Yeah. My girlfriend gets on me about that because I say gay marriage because I think Mary is so funny. Yeah, I think so. Funny about the term game area. You're saying it from inside that space. And when you say, when you say to people from outside that space, it's like. She also gets bisexual. Okay. And she's like, you're kind of racing me, and I'm like. Not trying to give these phony, then there's all of that like I had to deal with. I wasn't clear my whole life. This relationship makes me queer. So now I'm outside of this Queen is that all the people that are associated with me now, like the other queers, they grew up in that misunderstanding and that whatever. But I just kinda hopped into here. So I'm separated from that to. There's so much of that shit. So. Oh yeah, not Qurna. And that sent same thing, capital, bisexual, women, like when the stop dating women, they are instantly straight yet and then gay or by, sorry. Well, my sexual men's updating men, they are instantly still. Did you say you're partners, bisexual? Yeah. Is there any concern like is there something? There's one thing that I can't necessarily give her? Does it the you ever think about it now? There's way more than one thing I could never get. Miltie. I love how guys think that like. Is like five on the list. Yeah. Pena's Havers are always like, so you miss an addict. Let me rephrase that. Is there anything she can't give you that? Let's say maybe someone like me as. I, I know I wouldn't be able to help, but you know, sometimes thinking I'd like to think I'm mature enough to not worry about it, but wouldn't care. I mean, the thing care. She left me, but I wouldn't care if that was the reason. You know, it's just like, if anything, I'd be like, oh, thank God because that's not a personal moral failing. So anyway, at eighteen you come out to your parents, it seems like your mom didn't necessarily believe you told me if I have this right one day,.

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"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio
"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"qurna" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You've got on then put me in an art show because that because people are lazy curator's. But now I am brace that she got no label depending on who way, if I'm proud of the of the work that I'm doing and it's continuing this legacy and informing people down with that right. So I love that. I love that you embrace lawyer labels and another label that you mentioned already and then we can get into it. Is your Queen is-. Yes, yes. So tell me about that. And I live queers. Well, you know, I think again, people have a longtime looked at Qurna says what moral historically as deficit. But even when we have identified as queer, for example, is young people. Usually it's like a very strict quickness either gay or lesbian, etc. And so for me, most of my younger life was pretty much like I was living like a hetero like I, I actually didn't hadn't question my sexuality as a young person, and it wasn't until like my mid twenties that I was hanging out with my gay friends in San Antonio Gwen to the gay bars. Allegedly as an ally always laugh because I'm like those queer allies. You know, like you really gotta think about what, what draws you to be an ally. Because really like it's there's a comfort in an interest in sexual identity that's different than the average hetero normative person or the adverts homophobic. Right. And so I was hanging out as a queer ally. And then this really hot woman asked me to dance, and I was like, oh my God. And so I always tell the story, but like I literally went home and I was like, mom, like I told my mom that night at the table. Like mom, if I ever met a woman who I really liked, I think I would. I would date her and my mom's like, you know what me meet you. And she was like, she was like, you know what? She's like. I think I married your dad 'cause I was expected to. And then my mom identifies his by. And and and so what happened is there was a moment in my mind where it was like, you know what? I can have some agency in this, and that's really scary even for queer people. Right? Because we've been told like I have no choice that have no choice. But what I always tell my students is this is that there can be agency in your sexual identity and maybe for some people, they didn't feel that agency, but there is a sense that you can, you know have pride and you can have a strength and you'd like, for example, like me. I started out identifying I, I was like, I'm an alley. Then I was like questioning, then I was, you know, a by. And now sometimes I use by because people hate the buys. I like to shot. By, you know..

Qurna San Antonio