Ramblings on horror movies, T-Mobile, gay bars, box wine, colonoscopies, and other delightful topics. Sound quality on this episode is a little rocky, but will improve in future episodes. Consider this the ultra low budget pilot. E-mail any questions or topic ideas to email@example.com
by Key West This Week
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Tags: Key west, adoption, foster parent
This week we talk to Wayne LaRue Smith who produced a movie based on the true story of a gay couple's struggle to adopt a special needs boy in 1970s New York. Wayne and I talk about our experiences as foster parents and his family's struggle to adopt in a state that banned gay adoption.
by Katherine's channel
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Tags: family violence center, intimate partner violence, adult education program
Hello this is Katie Trombley. I'm currently at student in the Master;s for Adult Education Program at Buffalo State College. My phonecast(?) today is regarding the issues of violence specifically intimate partner violence and domestic violence in the LGBT, meaning the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgendered(?) Community in Western New York. The reason for my audio project is to describe the findings that I'd occurred through my project. I have decided to contact the the Family Violence Center who then referred me to a Pride Center of Western New York where I joined the LGBT/DV meaning Domestic Violence Committee of Western New York.
Our culture is struggling to find an answer to the issue of gay and lesbian rights. Some have abandoned the Bible altogether. Some have only abandoned the parts about "loving your neighbor." Here Pastor Chip gives a response to the issue that embraces both.
by Mrs. Floading's AP Channel
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Tags: aids epidemic, gay disease, work in africa
Hi this is Juliet Larson recording my phone cast. Early as they called aids for the woman's things by Stephen Lewis. This essay draws attention to the epidemic that is aids and how it not only effects men but it also affects women and in the early years of the aids epidemic it was thought to be a gay disease something that only not get this man was very passionate about drawing attention to this sexism(?) that is the aids epidemic it doesn't discriminate. We also have power to change with the fact that we have the power to help we have the power to change the course of history through simply being knowledgeable about the subject. People are dying that don't have to he doesn't work in Africa seeing the true effect of this disease where medical attention isn't strong medical attention isn't something that they focus on and this argument is strongly base on the appeal to logos. There's a lot of fact a lot of statistics that.
Often disguised in public discourse by terms like "gay," "homoerotic," "homosocial," or "queer," bisexuality is strangely absent from queer studies and virtually untreated in film and media criticism. Maria San Filippo discusses the central role bisexuality plays in contemporary screen culture in her new book The B Word.