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It's Str8 Gay Talk!
With your hosts: VeraM, Boss, Nikki D & Nickie L
Today, our topic will be about Stud/Butches and how will they rank up, in the lesbian community in the near future. This question of the evening is...The Stud/Butch image, is it softening up or dying away?
Could it really be, that the "Stud/Butch" image is disappering from the Lesbian Community altogether? And if so, could this be, the main reason for the Stud/Butches on Stud love these days?
Studs/Butches need love too, right?
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I'm Back everyone! I am your Host VeraM and I'm bringing you up! Its time to get hyped and feel yoself! Rather you are listening to Mix It Mondays on your way to work, coming home from work, or you are at home feeling like Turn DOWN 4 WHAT?! Well, tune in so that you can turn up! It don't matter if you are at by yourself, Turn UP! It's Str8 Gay Talk on Every Sunday, starting 7 pm EST. With your Host Boss, Nikki D, She She, and Guest Co-Hosts! Tune in Live! Music Entertainment: R & B Hip Hop Music, & Rap!
Roll out the holly, deck the halls, slice up the fruitcake because beloved Wall Street Journal sports columnist and author of LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, Jason Gay is joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.
Gay joined The Wall Street Journal in 2009, writing a several-times-a-week column which shifts regularly from irreverent topics to more serious themes. He has covered events ranging from the Super Bowl and the Olympics to the Masters and the Tour de France. He has written for publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and the New York Observer. He has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Headliner Awards, the New York Press Club and the New York News Publishers Association. At once smart, irreverent, quirky, funny, witty, droll, and more his wit and insight are now brilliantly displayed in his new well received book: LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, which is own mom proclaimed to be “not bad.”
The inimitable Jason Gay visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show because we need a little Christmas cheer. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
I'm Back everyone! I am your Host VeraM and I'm bringing you up! Its time to get hyped and feel yoself! Rather you are listening to Mix It Mondays on your way to work, coming home from work, or you are at home feeling like Turn DOWN 4 WHAT?! Well, tune in so that you can turn up! It don't matter if you are at by yourself, Turn UP! It's Str8 Gay Talk on Every Sunday, starting at 2pm and then at 7 pm EST. With your Host Boss, Nikki D, She She, and Guest Co-Hosts! Tune in Live! Music Entertainment: R & B Hip Hop Music, & Rap!
Discussion of November 17th Show
Do I Sound Gay?
Missy Elliott FINALLY has a song and music video out!!!!
Charlie Sheen reveals that he’s HIV positive
Jason says "NEXT" to a flakey man.
Patti pies sell over $2 million in 2 days bc of viral videos
Barbie clears ad featuring flamboyant young boy
The Dope Show hosted by Rich Street Illustrated - Live - Briss Mula - listen as Briss gives you his take on his current career, the state of the city and his future plans.
GAY CONVERSION THERAPY – REALLY?
In case you never heard of it, some people think they can convert gays, especially young people, into heterosexuals by using a type of “therapy.” Really! Of course this assumes that being gay is like a bad habit or mental illness that can be cured. So what is this all about, does it help, does it hurt, and what are we doing about it?
Oregon is one state among several that recently passed a law prohibiting conversion therapy, and other states are considering such bans.
Samantha Ames is an attorney with the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) knows about conversion, what it’s supposed to do and what it really does. She’s served as a Policy Fellow in Washington, D.C. before moving to San Francisco to work as a staff attorney focusing on conversion therapy cases. She has testified on the harms of conversion therapy and the constitutionality of efforts to end it before both state and federal bodies, as well as at the United Nations Committee Against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland.
Please join us to learn more about conversion and the hype around it.
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Join host and associate producer Genise R White as she welcomes musical guest Kellianna!
Kellianna is a singer, songwriter,chantress who's album /cd collection includes "Lady Moon " "Enchantress", "The Ancient ones" and much more!!!
She is a certified teacher of SpiritSong, a powerful tool for freeing your voice, for accessing the authentic sound that is you, and for entering into Spirit. Kellianna has performed her music and facilitated workshops at venues in 9 countries on 3 continents over her 12 year journey as a SpiritSong instructor.
To chec out her website go here:http://www.kellianna.com/bio.php
Join host Daniel Michael as he discusses the Tarot as well as opening the phone lines for a free reading.
The phone lines will be open so you can call for a free reading OR you can call to discuss the Tarot and what it means to you.
the number is 760-542-4345.
Daniel reads from his traditional Tarot deck as well as the Horizon Oracle.
Light a candle , take a deep breath and join us for an evening of divination!
Tory Sherlock is currently in the last year of her undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, graduating with Honors and a BA in Psychology. She is trying to continue on to graduate school for music therapy. For her senior thesis this year, she is researching the efficacy of art therapies in a variety of contexts including healing and rehabilitation. This study will focus on the perspective of the therapist and giver of treatment, not just client/patient outcome. Part of her research will include carrying out interviews with prospective therapists who are willing to answer some questions about their stance on their work, what brought them to the field, along with some other similar topics.
Since I get requests for interviews or information from students frequently, I thought I'd record this one so that other students looking for similar information might be able to use it for their projects, too.