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Teen hosts McMillen, Jackie, and Jessica discuss teen sexuality and what coming out is like for LGBTQ youth. They are joined by guests Phoenix and Deqwan from the Q Center.
For more information on the Q Center, please visit www.aidscommunityresources.com/content.cfm/services/youth-center. To find out more about the Trevor Project, visit www.thetrevorproject.org.
It’s been a hectic week in the news cycle. So as always, and as only we can do it, Madness & Reality Radio will unapologetically break down the issues with our in-your-face style and candor. In tonight’s episode: Jason Collins - We’ll take a look at the historic nature of Collins’ recent announcement via his Sports Illustrated article, of being a 34-year-old professional athlete who is black and gay. So what’s the big deal? Should this be a big deal? More importantly, what does his “coming out” mean to members of the LGBT community and society at large? Antoine Dodson - Antoine recently announced that he is no longer gay. According to him he is now a straight man because he recently started reading the Bible, and he’s now “mature.” So, are you buying this? Is it at all possible for anyone to become ex-gay? We’ll also take a look at the hottest story of the week that is the recent discovery of a kidnapped Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight by Charles Ramsey in Cleveland, Ohio. In particular, we’ll take a look at and discuss “certain sexual lifestyles” and the things people do behind closed doors. Heck, for all you know some of these people are your next door neighbors. So, do join us tonight for yet another hot discussion on Madness & Reality Radio. Be sure to call in and share your thoughts, comments, and concerns at (347) 324-5232; and remember, we like it raw.
It's all about staying in and/or coming out this week!
This ROYNATION talks to REENA KATZ about her project that is part of the Hatch Series at Toronto's Harbourfront -
love takes the worry out of being close: public assemblies in bed with queers
ALVIS PARSLEY will also be coming right to the studio for a talk about their most recent project -
Coming Out For Dummies - The Chinese Family Version
Would anything get done if we all just stayed in bed?
Margaux Delotte-Bennett is the special return guest joining Life Coach Ade for "Coming Out, Sexuality, and Identity!"
The best gift we can give ourselves is the gift of authenticity. For all sorts of reasons each one of us struggle with being who we really are. Today's show will focus on supporting the LGBT community, in the process of coming out, the Do's and Don'ts, dealing with responses from families and how to handle what comes next and more. Margaux Delotte-Bennett is a Washington, DC based social worker, poet, and songwriter. She is the Director of the P.O.W.E.R. Program for Sasha Bruce Youthwork and oversees Sasha Bruce Youthwork’s health services, including its street outreach work and HIV and pregnancy prevention services. Ms. Delotte-Bennett has a Masters in Social Work from Gallaudet University. Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook. Also, don't miss Celestial Moment with Celeste Morgan. For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com
Join us Thursday night at 9:00PM EST on Nthaflow on Blogtalkradio as we discuss Jason Collins coming out as being Gay. Let's Talk log onto blogtalkradio Thursday night at 9:00PM or call in to (646) 478-3518. The Flow crew wants to hear from you.
Everyone know sex sells, so why is a person sexuality so important in these times? People are coming out of the closet left and right and the world is praising them for their openness. Can someone please explain why Jason Collins is still a highlight in the news like he has a disorder? Why is our flesh so attracted to negativity?
We tune in to the world, and ignore the voice of reason, so a celebrity just announced that he is a homosexual. What is so different or new about this, with all that is going on in the world today? Is a person sexuaily truly that important, or is the person important enough for you to get to know them better?
Our ways have hindered us unknowingly, we past down judgement that are destroying our family structure.
American University of Sharjah Mosque a Imam has been stabbed in UAE. Also 3 Suicide bombers attack Kurds in Iraq 3 dead. Also NBA Star Dennis Rodman has contacted North Korea's President Kim Jung Un and asked his to let the American Citizen from Washington State go free. Also Delaware became the 11th State to approve "Gay Marriage" by a vote of 12-9. Also Harvest Army Church International of New York City, NY has prophised of a "Major Storm" to hit the United States of America shortly. Also Syria has lost all connection to the global internet access. Also China has offered a 4 point process to peace for Israel and Palestine. Also the Cleveland Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro has a very "Dark Side". These events and more news and bible prophecy along with the powerful Word of God with your host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
This episode on LGBTQ TALK will focus on how LGBTQ youth and adults have "come out" to their families and friends. If you have not come out yet, we will discuss how you plan to "come out" and provide support to let you vent on this delicate topic.
The BIG Question...Do you think your family knows your LGBTQ and how you think they will react if you tell them?
Ponder your thoughts on this...
Cant wait to talk, on LGBTQ TALK radio live!
Tune in Monday, April 29, 2013 at 9PM EST/6PM PST as host Stacey Brewer speaks on NBA player Jason Collins coming out as gay.
Jason Collins, who played with the NBA's Washington Wizards this season, has disclosed that he is gay, making him the first active openly homosexual athlete in the four major American pro team sports. The center, who is now a free agent, made the disclosure in a column appearing in the upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated."Jason Collins has forever changed the face of sports," said the Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights group fighting for gay rights. It likened the announcement to Jackie Robinson, the first African-American to play in major league baseball in the modern era. "At a time when millions are reflecting on the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson, Jason Collins is a hero for our own times."
Collins made a quote perfect for the history books, "I'm black and I'm gay": Are the major sports leagues ready for players to come out as gay? Call in number to voice your opinion is 646-716-8544.
Join us as we discuss this hot issue among other celebrity news.
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Please join Life Coach Annette R Brent as she discusses Coming Out of The Closet. Coming out can be intimidating! Like diving into the deep end in a pool of cold water! If you get in over your head, who will be there to help you? Coming out is just as nerve-wracking as gay-dating in the beginnng. There's no gay manual but yet people do it everyday and most survive the process, while others choose to never come out. But Coming Out is good for you! Learn Why! The Life would be so much easier