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Listen Mr. Brett A. Scudder's introduction of the Depressed Black Gay Men “DBGM” org with Mr. Antoine Craigwell, president and CEO.
Depressed Black Gay Men (DBGM) is dedicated to raising awareness, changing and saving lives. Through raising awareness of the underlying factors contributing to Black gay men experiencing, living, struggling and suffering in silence with depression and through education, information and referral to mental health professionals, DBGM is working to stop one more Black gay man from killing himself. By looking at the underlying psycho-social and social cultural factors, DBGM hopes to influence change in the many ways Black gay men are regarded by family, create more opportunities for Black gay men to feel safe and comfortable to seek help, and in so doing, prevent suicides, in whatever form or manner.
For more info about the DBGM please visit their website www.dbgm.org.
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Gay men use alcohol and other drugs at a disproportionately higher rate than the rest of the population. Gay men use for a variety of reasons from coping with mental health issues to just seeking fun. However, at the intersection of mental illness is often a high risk for HIV infection. This week, we'll be discussing the many reasons gay men use substances. We'll also talk to some men who have a history of substance use and have since started on the road to recovery.
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PimpPreacher.com - Today we will discuss how it seems that Pedophiles in the church seem to target young men. We will also discuss the Pope's comments about the huge amount of focus on gays. Are pedophiles gay men or have gay men simply been grouped with the pedophiles.
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Why Are Black Gay Men Ashamed To Be Called Homosexual??
Navigating gay culture is tough, we all carry various preconceptions and internalized baggage that can make it difficult to "find our place" in the gay community. Join Host Elliott Skaggs and Special Guest Andrew LeFey as they discuss how to navigate gay culture and the issues involved with it.
Elliott is a former LGBT student organizer and club president. He got his B.A. degree in Religious Studies from Appalachain State University and did his senior thesis research on the Gay Men's Movement in Contemporary Paganism. His research focused on sociological and psychological perspectives on the issues of internalized homophobia, gay socialization, objectification in gay culture, and gay solidarity. Elliott also has blogged on several of these issues and more both during and after his research which can be accessed through his blog "Searching for Queer Spirit."
Andrew LeFey has been on the Path of the Witch for around 10 years, and is one of the founders of The Owl’s Well, and education-focused Pagan community in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a member and student of the Temple of Witchcraft, getting ready to start his Third Degree studies this fall. He works in-depth with his Allies amongst the Fey as well as his connection to the Triple Goddess Archetype. He has worked in the Queer community for almost a decade as a Drag Queen as well as working with GLBT Youth Groups in the Nashville and St. Louis areas.
Fathers Day Special Gay men often have a complicated relationship with our fathers. Often, by bigots and religious zealots that think being gay is a choice feel that a poor father-son relationship is to blame for the son's homosexuality. Of course that is not true but we will discuss why this is not so as well as why fathers often have difficulty with a son coming out.
Also, Magic Johnson and his gay son, Senator Portman and his gay son and many other examples.
One caller speaks of his many years of molestation by his father and others speak about their healthy relationships.
I also talk about my own relationship with my own father as well.
Discussion of news/politics/culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff, who is regularly joined by cartoonist Bosch Fawstin.
Tonight we'll discuss, among other topics, Ted Cruz's views on philosopher John Rawls, Legalizing Marijuana, and the Right to Gay Marriage. See Program Notes at Amy's blog for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
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The first guest is Daniel Schmid, attorney for Liberty Council, who will
be discussing efforts to ban gay conversion therapy in various states.
Men and Women tend to clash in a relationship. We want different things, we have different expectations, ideas, and understanding. What is the reason for the difference in our views and desires? My guest, Dr. Kathryn Foster, author of :The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance) and What Women Want...Really! will be joining us and sharing light on this subject.
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Fear. Depression. Anxiety. Thoughts of suicide. These are some of the emotions gleaned from closeted gay and lesbian coaches Outsports talked to during the men's Final Four in Indianapolis. Despite the progress society has made on gay issues, these coaches feel that their careers would be over if they ever came out publicly. So they hide or contemplate quitting the sport they love. One female coach said she knows of 50 closeted lesbian coaches. There are no openly gay male or female Division I coaches in the U.S.
The podcast also interviews writer Erik Hall, who has profiled several openly gay athletes, his latest being a college cross country runner.