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In this episode of Walt's Madhouse, host Walter Beck talks with Texas activist Michael Diviesti from GetEQUAL about the current state of the Movement, our impending Surpreme Court Case, the recent victories in Delaware and Minnesota and what more needs to be done as we march forward to equality. Michael's song "Equality" also makes it's broadcast debut!
In She Said, She Said #135, Genia and Andrea discuss the latest showdown between First Lady Michelle Obama and gay rights activist Ellen Sturtz (GetEqual). Sturtz interrupted Obama's speech on Tuesday night. Obama confronted Sturtz face-to-face. Did Sturtz pull the old "scared white woman" tactic by implying that Obama's behavior was aggressive and threatening?
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She Said, She Said is a podcast
featuring lesbian couple Genia and Andrea. Genia is the
host of SistersTalk
Radio and Andrea is the assistant producer.
In this segment:
*GetEqual vs. new organization GetEqual NOW
*Our BackLot Bash appearance in Chicago, IL
*Sex Toy Bingo fundraiser - so much fun!
*We're getting married - let the wedding plans begin
Featured indie musician: Billie Myers (song played: You Wear Heaven)
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Psychic Friends Live is a live radio call in show where you have the questions and we have the answers.
Join Storm Cestavani and Jacki Smith for a power packed show of metaphysical insight and live readings. Learn about the power of the arcane sciences and how to use them in your lives. Call in and Connect 347-677-1162 and get a free mini reading! Nothing is too personal, and nothing is too hot for Storm and Jackie to handle!
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She Said, She Said is a podcast featuring lesbian couple Genia and Andrea. Genia is the host of SistersTalk Radio and Andrea is the assistant producer.
In this segment:
*Earth Day rally in DC
*Arizona immigration bill
*3 teenage girls try to kill lesbian classmate
*GetEqual and their publicity stunts
*HRC gets praise and criticism
*Baseball players sue because they're not gay enough
*Should we boycott artists who perform at Michfest?
*Setting a curfew for your partner
When Lt. Dan Choi chained himself to the White House fence, it was supposed to send the message that we will no longer tolerate government sanctioned discrimination targeting our gay service members. Simultaneously, activists in D.C. and California staged sit-ins at Nancy Pelosi's offices demanding the an inclusive ENDA be brought up for a vote.
But rather than turning the focus to activism and pushing forward for gay rights, grassroots organizers and the big Gay, Inc. money machines went