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We Resisters Network of Podcasts hosts are forcing Loki King out of the closet in this inaugural episode of "Loki's Closet." Join us at 8:00 pm Eastern and 5:00 pm Pacific (4:00 Alaskan) as we drag Loki out of his closet and into the limelight to tackle the issues of the LGBTQ community with a libertarian bent.
Loki will be surrounded by his friends, Isa Hodge, Common Cal, Chuck (Smithfix) Smith, Steven O'Brien, Dru Forseti and others for his first ever episode of Loki's Closet.
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Do you have clothes that you will never wear taking up valuable space in your closet? Join me and my guest from Career Wardrobe as they share how they got started, what they are looking for and how you can make a positive impact on a women’s life just by cleaning out your closet.
Career Wardrobe was started by a group of Philadelphia-area women looking to make a positive difference in the lives of women entering the workplace in the community. Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has grown from a grassroots organization run solely by volunteers into the nation’s largest community-based organization dedicated to assisting women in successfully transitioning to work by providing professional attire and career skills training.
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Loki King discusses issues facing the LGBTQ community. On this week's episode we are going to discuss the social stigma of expressing emotions.
Why is it that men are always told "Boys or men Don't Cry." Why are men seen as weak if they do express their emotions? Why is anger the only emotion that is acceptable for men to have? Yet, when he can no longer keep it bottled up inside, he is ridiculed and amonished.
This same social stigma is also true for the more Tom Boyish or Butch women. Why?
This double standard is not just limited to emotions.
Tune in, offer your insights and lets get to the core of this unrealistic expectation.
Let's get one thing "Straight" I'm not. Nor am I a label or a stereotype. What I am is someone who is able to think for himself, that has a good heart, has feelings and opinions. I am a Human Being just like you!
Loki is cleaning out his closet and throwing out and getting rid of the old Myths and Stereotypes that people believe define what makes a person homosexual. Join Loki in getting rid of these ridicules, unrealistic nonsense of labels and let’s focus on the real issues...Fighting to regain the respect our county deserves and making it a place we are proud of and not just the all talk and no fight country that is being mocked and laughed at!
Tune in Sunday night at 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST
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This week on Loki's Closet we are going to be looking at the risks that youth in the LGTBQ community face. Loki will take a look at the Three (3) Barriers that Stand Between LGBT Youth and Healthier Futures. He will also bring to the forefront the problem of the high suicide rate amongst the LGTBQ youth.
Loki is working hard to have some every special guests with him on the show, sorry Dru we might have to put you in the rumble seat instead of the back seat this time.
Tune in Sunday night 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PST
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When you go into your closet, can you put your hand on any piece of clothing and know that it fits and that you look great in it? No? Why not?
Let me guess:
your closet is too small
you have too many clothes jammed into it
some of the clothes don't fit
many of your clothes are in the laundry
<put your reason here>
Your day will start much better if you can get dressed easily and if you feel good about yourself when you're done. Having your clothes organized, whether in a closet, dresser, on hooks or using other methods, is crucial to getting dressed easily.
In this episode, Master Organizer, Janice Russell will teach you how to get your closet organized so that you can access your clothes easily and start off your day productively.
Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online we will be talking to Keston Jones & Damon Gatling, co-founders of a new clothing line called "HandSum's Closet". HandSum's Closet designs clothing with the distinct purpose of positively uplifting and inspiring men. HandSum,meaning your" hands equal the sum " of your work, is a moniker meant to uplift men especially minorities who appear to be in need of motivation & inspiration . Hear all about Keston & Damon's cutting edge fashion ideas TODAY on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online!!!
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When most people go away for the weekend, they come back with great memories of the things they did, the people they saw, etc, etc. What if you went away for the weekend and came home with a new friend? However, there is just one slight detail about this friend that might be a bit difficult for you to explain. It just so happens that this friend is actually the spirit of an African-American nanny that has been stuck in her home for the last 150 years! For someone like J.H. Soeder, this was a very interesting situation because although he had been communicating with spirits since he was a child, he never had one that was stuck in a different time. This certainly was a challenge! In the book, Haddie's In Our Closet, J.H. Soeder talks about his unusual friendship with a spirit named Haddie. The relationship was not unusual because she was a spirit but because she was stuck in a time when white men did not befriend slaves and treat them as equals. J.H. has the unique opportunity of enlightening Haddie about how much the world has changed as well as helping her to “make the decision” to move on. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to award-winning author and famed animal communicator, J.H. Soeder about his latest inspirational book which is about friendship, family and enlightenment. This will really open your eyes about what Hollywood tells us about the spirit world and the huge difference about what the true reality is. Stay Tuned! Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com the most reliable hosting provider with 24/7 heroic support! Listeners of today’s show will receive $100 credit towards Storm Servers (VPS & Dedicated hosting) or can get one free month of shared hosting by using the coupon code: “orgview”. Please visit LiquidWeb.com for more information.
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