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This June, celebrate Pride Month with these amazing episodes. Happy Pride!

StoryCorps 505: Remembering Stonewall

 

To commemorate Pride month, we listen to StoryCorps founder Dave Isay's first radio documentary, Remembering Stonewall. That event marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement in America.

135: College PRIDE

 

This week, Mortified Celebrates PRIDE with an episode devoted to teenagers who come out of the closet after high school and set out to find love for the very first time.

Sodomy, Stonewall & Pride

 

Not that long ago, you could get locked up for being gay. A West Virginia man tells Trey about being sent to a mental institution for violating sodomy laws. While standing in front of the historic Stonewall Inn in NY’s Greenwich Village, gay activist Brendan Fay tells Trey how things have changed over the past five decades for LGBT people in America and around the world.

Episode 5: A Private Life

 

Nino and Drew kept their relationship a secret for more than 40 years. And then, they decided to do something that forced them into the spotlight.

12. Pride

 

“The poison is shame. The antidote is pride.” It’s June; the President of the USA has officially designated it LGBT Pride Month, and there’ll be Pride events around the world. But how did the word ‘pride’ came to be the banner word for demonstrations and celebrations of LGBT rights and culture? There’s more about this … Continue reading 12. Pride

79. Queer

 

Strange or obtuse; a stinging homophobic slur; a radical political rejection of normativity; a broad term encompassing every and any variation on sexual orientation and gender identity: the word ‘queer’ has a multifarious past and complicated present. Tracing its movements are Kathy Tu and Tobin Low from Nancy podcast, Eric Marcus from Making Gay History, historian and author Amy Sueyoshi, and Jonathan … Continue reading 79. Queer

Episode 28: P.D.I.D.

 

Patti Hammond Shaw is a transgender woman. She's legally female on her birth certificate and driver's license, and has been since 1993. But when she was arrested in 2009, male officers strip-searched her in front of male detainees, and held her overnight in a men's cellblock. Patti hired a lawyer and fought back. Her case was instrumental in changing how the police process and detain transgender individuals in Washington, DC.

#031 - The GAY MARRIAGE Episode

 

This week, I have a very down to earth conversation with Chris Baguley who is in a same sex relationship with 2 children. We chat about his life growing up, how he met his partner and children and what this same sex marriage plebiscite means to him. It's an insightful chat no matter what side of the fence you sit on.

87: What Straight Couples Can Learn From Gay Relationships

 

The importance of recognizing the gender expectations we project onto our partners. How straight couples can learn from gay men's greater openness toward sexuality. The key to arguing in a productive manner. Working to become more empathetic toward your partner. How looking at your partner as an 8-year-old child can improve your relationship. Why it's important to work on what you personally want in your relationship.