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What does it mean for LGBT couples to finally possess full marriage rights? And why does it matter? Nicholas Snow welcomes documentary filmmaker Rebecca Rice. Her film We Do reveals the stories of three LGBT couples, their journeys for legal recognition of their relationships and the impact that the pursuit of marriage equality has on their lives before and after the Supreme Court ruling on June 26, 2015.
Rebecca Rice is an award-winning independent filmmaker whose projects include: Stealin’ Home (feature, 1995; winner of 3 festival awards), FLMKR (feature, 1999; Cannes Forum selection), Segregated Sunday (documentary short, 2000), Join the Food Chain! (PSA, 2004; Gracie Award, Emmy Nominee), Wanda the Wonderful (documentary feature, 2014), We Need To Talk About A.L.E.C. (documentary short, 2014) and We Do (documentary feature, 2015). Additionally, Rebecca has written and produced corporate programming for businesses and cable television. Her projects have featured the celebrity talents of Terry Bradshaw, Linda Gray, Peggy Fleming, Robert Wagner, Cheryl Ladd, Sharon Gless and Pat Summerall. Rebecca holds a Master of Fine Arts in Broadcast-Film from Southern Methodist University.
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Welcome to the very first podcast of the "Left of Str8" Show! The first episode premiere's right after the landmark victory in Marriage Equality in the Supreme Court, and for the first show, we are excited to have one of the plaintiffs in that historic case, Kelly McCracken from Ohio, talking about her road to the Supreme Court while trying to be the legal co-parent on her and her wife's daughter, Ruby's birth certificate.
We also have longtime LGBT Advocate, Ben Patrick Johnson from L.A., a familiar voiceover actor, whose voice is featured literally on hundreds of movies and television openings, as well as being a huge advocate for California's Prop 8 marriage equality case, a husband, a philanthropist, and an author, where this August, his 5th book is coming out, SPLINTERS.
We hope you will enjoy our first show and we apologize for the first minute and a half of audio issues.
LGBT Activist and popular radio host, Rob Watson, returns to the show to talk about the recent SCOTUS ruling in favor of Marriage Equality.
Rob co-hosts KSCO 1080 AM's "Out in Santa Cruz" every Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. He is also a successful author, father of 2 and outspoken champion of doing the right thing!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Rob a question, chime in on the topic and have some fun!
At last we have marriage equality in all 50 states!! Hooray!! It's time to celebrate!! But not everyone is so happy.
I gathered some awesome people who were kind enough to join me for an impromptu recording session. These people are the sauce of awesome. Even though a few people cut out and never came back, I'm so glad these people joined me.
Hugh Mann, the kindest person in the world, who could not be moved to berate the hate slung at him from the right.
K Renee Davis Pelt, the coolest person in Evansville, Indiana!
Ray Riley, who until this podcast recording was only a facebook friend and now has risen to the status of awesome.
Kelsey Hollis, a personal friend and seriously awesome person.
Kristen, the reason I spent three hours editing this show.
Phillip Endicott joins us this week to talk about his dream for a Credit Union for the LGBT community. We will ask him about why there is a need for a LGBT Community CU, what he is doing to make it happen and how people can help. Join us for a show about passion, community and creating a Credit Union. A must hear show.
Artist Paul Richmond joins the show to talk about his art and activism on tonight's show!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Paul a question and join the fun!
Visit Paul's website and purchase his art here!
Paul is a visual artist and activist whose paintings draw inspiration from his own experiences as a young gay man. Since graduating college in 2002, his artwork has become a vehicle for exploring and understanding his own journey, as well as developing a dialogue with other members of the LGBTQ community. Influenced by his own struggles as he came to terms with his sexual identity, he seeks to challenge social constructs that exist around sexual orientation and gender roles.
His career has included exhibitions in galleries throughout the United States, as well as publication in numerous art journals and anthologies. His work is collected by individuals from around the globe. In his role as the Associate Art Director for Dreamspinner Press and their young adult imprint, Harmony Ink Press, he has created over two hundred and fifty novel cover illustrations. He teaches community art classes for Stonewall Columbus. He has volunteered with the Kaleidoscope Youth Center, encouraging LGBTQ teens to use art as a means of self-exploration and expression. He is a co-founder of the You Will Rise Project, an organization that empowers those who have experienced bullying to speak out creatively through the language, visual, and performing arts.
Paul shares his life with husband, Dennis Niekro. They were married in a group ceremony with twenty-four other LGBT couples in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in June 2013. Together, they are committed to using their artistic talents to raise equality awareness.
Religion has been a source of both solace and suffering for many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. For while most LGBT Americans have been raised in an organized religion — and many continue to cherish their faith community — too many have been forced to leave those communities behind because of condemnation of LGBT people.
And yet in recent years, a growing number of organized religious groups in the United States have issued statements officially welcoming LGBT people as members. Many religious organizations also have taken supportive stands on the issues that affect LGBT people in America, such as the fight for freedom from discrimination, the solemnizing of same-sex marriage and the ordination of openly LGBT clergy.
LGBT Real Talk Radio welcomes the Rev. Valarie Oliver as our special guest for next weeks show on Religion in the LGBT Community. You won't want to miss this very informative show.
Show date/time: May 5, 2015 at 8:30pm est. You may call in to
(914) 205-5519 or listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/lgbtrealtalkradio
Rob Watson is back for Rated LGBT Radio for November!
Super Gay Radio wasn't big enough for us, so we're upgrading to Rated LGBT Radio!
Rob will talk about his current HOT OFF THE PRESS articles and so much more!
We'll also take your calls at 323 657-1493! Call and chat and join the fun!
Is the LGBT movement enlisting tradionally Black Nationalist organizations in their war against Black culture and family? We believe they are. The question is whether or not the Black Nationalist organizations are aware that this is occurring or if they are being pulled in unkwowingly. Either way, we must stop this trend if Pan Afrikanism is to survive the 2nd decade of the 21st Century.
Coach Kerri is a Certified LGBT Life Coach, Certified Law of Attraction Coach, a LGBT Relationship Coach, Wedding Officiant, Transformational Speaker and Sensitivity Trainer, Mentor, Author and Radio Show Host. She is fiercely committed to transforming the lives of women in the LGBT community (including female allies). Offering Elite LIFESTYLE & RELATIONSHIP coaching that is RESULTS-DRIVEN and AUTHENTIC, she teaches LGBT identified women how to design a life they love step by step. Coach Kerri is an expert in her field and has been featured in Curve magazine for her work in the LGBT community. For almost a decade, she has been teaching women how to manifest a renewed passion for LIVING life with no regrets by creating a genuine work/life balance, FINANCIAL FREEDOM, increased self-love, healthier relationships and friendships. For more information, visit www.IamCoachKerri.com
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Many LGBT people — particularly youth and seniors — experience higher rates of rejection, bullying, harassment, general mistreatment and even violence from the people and institutions that should be protecting them. The enormous effort of … hiding in order to avoid rejection from their families, employers, churches, schools, friends and neighbors can create an even greater sense of anxiety, fear and isolation. The LGBT population also has a higher tendency for suicide and self-harm.
Please join us in the studio on March 24, 2015 at 8:30pm est as we talk about this very important topic.
You may call in to (914) 205-5519 or listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/lgbtrealtalkradio.
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