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Timothy Gay sits in with us ON THE DEAN'S LIST.
Timothy is a multi-faceted, multi-talented young man. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Timothy grew up in a household that nurtured his gifts and talents. Through his parents support, he blossomed into a fantastic musician as a vocalist and saxophonist. Timothy is also what he calls an “emerging entrepreneur.” Taking the leap in 2009, he began to explore entrepreneurship as he was dissatisfied with his life at the time. Much like his music, he wanted to do what he loved and make money at the same time. In early 2013, he encountered the spiritual modality of Theta Healing, which helped him through depression and saved his life. He was so enthralled with his healing he became a certified Theta Healing practitioner.
Currently, Timothy leads the modern-progressive jazz band Rare Standard, which is entering its 4th year. He currently runs The Infinite Transition which is his brand for Theta Healing, and incorporates spiritual healing and health and wellness. He’s constantly developing as an entrepreneur, working with artists, health and wellness and more. Tim is extremely excited about creating the next chapter in his life.
Coming out isn’t just something you do once and you’re over with it. It’s something that is always with you, that stays with you over time. People in your life change and you have to keep telling them who you are. You might not like it, but you have to do it. The need to come out never stops, no matter through what method you use to do so. Maybe you write a blog, you’re active within the LGBT community, you express yourself through an art form like poetry or painting, and so on. Look at it this way, if you stop you’re basically putting yourself back in the closet. Sure, some people know, but if you move to a new city, get a new job, or just meet a bunch of different people, your sexuality disappears if you don’t share it. That makes it easy to get back into the habit of hiding who you are and negates all the hard work you did to come out in the first place. NEVER be ashamed of sharing who you are, LOUD AND PROUD!
Bubba Watson won his second Masters tournament in three years. A number of people were cheering for "the other guys" becuase of comments Watson made last year when Jason Collins came out about homosexuality being a sin. Is it OK for gay fans to cheer against an athlete because of his beliefs?
The NFL Draft kicks off in three weeks, and a new report lists six teams with reported interest in the openly gay defensive end. Where is the best fit for him?
Please, taxi drivers in Cleveland refuse to drive cabs with Gay Gams ads on them!
The gay rights crowd is at it again. It's no longer good enough to behave in an acceptable manner. Now you have to believe what you are told to believe; think wat you are told to think. I'll give my thoughts on the subject. Call (646) 478-0526 with yours.
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Tonight on the Miss to Mrs. Show we will delve into why certain situations are open and shut cases. Love is no excuse for a complete suspension of your critical thinking skills. Let Mrs. Emanuel coach you from situation to solution.
The Miss to Mrs. Show will give the solution to your situation. Tune in every Thursday night at 10pm EST on the World Domination Network at www.blogtalkradio. Call in live at 347-202-0397 and go to www.misstomrsshow.com.
Benedicting College basketball player Jallen Messersmith will join us today to talk about his team's run through the college basketball playoffs. We'll also hit on the Final Four, which takes place in Dallas (for the men) and Nashville (for the women).
We'll also talk about Mitch Eby, the Chapman University football player who came out publicly as gay earlier this week. He's the first gay active college football player to come out publicly. Ever.
Beauty Pop hosted by Millena Gay
6:30 pm pst
Beauty Pop is a live Fashion & Beauty related show hosted by actress and manners expert Millena Gay remembered for her role on Young & The Restless
Nolbert Brown, Jr. has also worked on an urban soap opera called “Chocolate City” and is currently working on a reality show, “215 Stilettos”, which highlights the lives of seven successful, young women that grew up in foster care and made the rise to the top.
In 1988 Mr. Brown received an award for the 1952 classic movie “Cabin in the Sky”. In 1999 he was again nominated and received The Antonio Award for his play “A Good Man is Hard to Find”.
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This week on Beauty Pop, Fashion Designer Dede Allure talks about her upscale clothing line exclusively for curvy ladies, size 10 and above. Also, celebrity trainer Esther talks about being healthy and happy no matter what size you happen to be.
Join Millena and guest host Julie Smith at 6:30pm PST/9:30pm EST on www.EZWayBroadcasting.comand click on the Beauty Pop banner or you can call in from your mobile device and listen by dialing 914-338-1303.
Special Guest in Part 2, Jerome Young (find him on FB) gives his story and some insight.
In the body, (I Khamsin) a few years ago I received a vision leading me to study homosexuality and its roots being placed in the hip hop community. I did a vid on Youtube and many people doubted this would ever happen. This year a video went viral with 10-12 year old black boys battle rapping using gay sex lyrics. Then Macklemore does the Same Love song and states continue passing laws for gay marriage. Our brother in Christ Bizzle did a rebuttle in his song, Same Love Response, and he's received death threats for his speaking out on the truth about homosexuality. We are constantly seeing men becoming more feminine (Snoop getting acrylic nails and the men regularly wearing skirts and dresses) yet are also more aggressive or rather disrespectful towards [black] women in. We will look deeper into this tonight at 9 pm central. Join us and tell a friend. PART 2
On this episode we will discuss being African Ameirican and Gay and Lesbian.
While the America we live in today is more tolerant and accepting than decades and centuries past, we still have a long and arduous road ahead. Despite false claims that we live in a "post-racial" society, African Americans still face prejudice and systemic racism regularly. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people still combat discrimination and are denied access to basic protections. When you exist at these intersectional identities, simply trying to provide for yourself and your family becomes a battlefield.
At the National Black Justice Coalition, we have been fighting for over a decade to help LGBT African Americans live fully empowered, authentic lives. We know that Black LGBT people can struggle to find acceptance not only in mainstream America, but also within their own LGBT and African American communities. Now we have the figures to back up what we witness firsthand daily.
What Issues do James & Brian think the LEFT have it RIGHT!! and our Resident Gay will help us explore what the DIVIDE is between Republicans and Gays?
http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow Openly gay stand-up comedian, actor, writer Lucas CorVatta will impart a message of inspiration through authentic living.