• 01:01

    LBGTQ Community, Support for Coming Out & Staying Out

    in Culture

    Join myCultural Conversations in an open public dialogue with K. M. Davis of Davis Law Office. Davis will englighten and educate the listening audience on the: LBGTQ Community, Support for Coming Out, and Staying Out. We will also discuss the upcoming elections and what are the ballot issues for the LBGTQ community. You don't want to miss it.

  • 01:04

    The Liberal Redneck- Oh My Gawds! Two Athetists and a Pagan walk into a bar...

    in Politics Progressive

    Weekly show from deep in the heart of Bat Shit Crazy Texas.  Join The Liberal Redneck (LR to his friends) and his weekly panel as we take on the outrageous actions of firmly embedded Republicans.
    Mississippi is trying to take the position of most REDNECK state by establishing an official religion.  Meanwhile Alaska makes a bid to be the first state to tax churches.  No room at the inn?  Try, no room at the shelter for Adam and Steve.  What is dirty and wet and can be thrown away after you use it?  A woman of course!  The Bible says so!
    https://www.youtube.com/user/liberalrednecks
    The Liberal Redneck continues his crusade to shed his light on hypocrisy.  Join LR, PD, and Rocky as we spend an hour trying to be unholier than thou!

  • 01:02

    LBGTQ Empowered and Free: Attracting Compatible Sex Partners

    in Spirituality

    Empowering the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community to embrace their authentic selves and ignite the power within.

    What's with this? You need it, you want it, you look for it, you are desperate, and everyone looks away from you. You go to the bar, online, the grocery store, the gym, and no one wants to even talk to you. Then, when you finally get it, even in a quick hook up, everyone wants to be with your friend! What is going on? On today's LBGTQ program, we will explain the energetic process which either repels or attracts others. When you become aware of what you are doing, you can learn a technique to have them running to your doorstep!

    Call or send email to us at lgbtwellness@gmail.com. We want to hear from you!

    Join us! Listen on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/awake or in the Friends chat room http://theawakeningcenter.com/tan/m/chat/home/ on The Awake Net.

    Call in 646-716-8988

    With:
    Dr. Lisa Bufton, D.D. is a Spiritual Counselor, Angel Therapy Practitioner®, and cofounder of LGBT Wellness Conference.  www.purespirithealing.com and www.lgbt-wellness.org

  • 00:44

    Back2Us Show_Equality in Higher Education

    in Education

    "The most important quality of a doctoral program that is friendly toward lesbian and bisexual individuals is a collection of faculty and staff that hold among their core   values a genuine celebration of diversity, which, by definition, excludes them from holding heterosexism as a value. This quality speaks to a pervasive, all-encompassing recognition that everyone is not heterosexual, and it is that absence of heterosexism that, almost by definition, creates a doctoral program that is friendly towards and welcoming of individuals of any sexual orientation" (Nutt, Edwards, Reimers, Kams, Jackley, Frock, Maddux, Ruppenicker, & Beno, 2014).


    I call the period of my life when I completed my first Ph.D in 2007, my "wake up era".  I was coming alive with the love of living in higher education as well as coming out into my own sexual orientation.  I was fully expecting to find a lot more students and faculty just like me; but, what I found instead was a lot of heterosexism.  That was seven years ago; and, now that Sharon is nearing the end of her doctoral program, we decided to talk about our experiences at two different schools in two different programs.   Has anything changed in seven years? 


    Tune in as we talk about what we've observed as doctoral students and I will share my experience as a practitioner in the field.  If you are LGBTQ and thinking about completing your doctoral degree, this is one show that you don't want to miss!


    Article Source: http://www.apa.org/pi/lgbt/resources/friendly-program.aspx


    Episode Sponsor:  http://audiblepodcast.com/back2us and http://drannisemabry.com

  • 01:58

    The Final Word Podcast LGBTQ Series Our Icons 2014

    in LGBT

    Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast will be re-addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our history.


    Too often we go about our lives as a community and do not realize the struggles and hardships overcome by the pillars of our LGBTQ community. Tonight we celebrate the lives and accomplishments of three such icons: Harvery Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California, Marsha P. Johnson, a transgender righst activist and popular figure in NYC gay scene and lastly Sylvester, an American disco and soul singer-songwriter.  Join us as we hear their story their own words, accounts from friends, family and fans and through their music.


    Follow us on Twitter: @TheFinalWordPod


    Follow us on Blogtalkradio.com: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thefinalwordpodcast


    Join the conversation on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/thefinalwordpodcast


    The Final Word Podcast is now available for download on iTunes!!!

  • 02:00

    The Final Word Podcast LGBTQ Series Coming Out 2014

    in LGBT

    Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast has been addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our shared history. Be sure to tune into our previous episodes in this series: The Stonewall Riots REMEMBERED, LGBT People of Faith and next week's podcast on the HIV/AIDS Crisis in America 2014.
     
    Coming out can be a painful process for many in our community as we share our truth with our co-workers, peers, friends and families. While difficult for some, many experience an acknowledgement from their community and are embraced. Tonight, in the face of the rising numbers of LGBTQ youth who attempt and commit suicide, we will be sharing our coming out stories and hope that you join us for the lastest in our LGBTQ series.


    If you would like to call in and listen call into 347-826-7899 to appear in the queue for the show.


    Follow us on Twitter: @TheFinalWordPod


    Follow us on Blogtalkradio.com: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thefinalwordpodcast


    Join the conversation on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/thefinalwordpodcast


    The Final Word Podcast is now available for download on iTunes!!!

  • 01:53

    The Final Word Podcast LGBTQ Series People of Faith

    in LGBT

    Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast will be addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our history.
     
    After the Stonewall riots, clergy from faith communities began to educate their congregations on the importance of being inclusive and welcoming to all people, include LGBT members. Faith organizations began to outreach to the broader community, especially after the highly stigmatized outbreak of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The founding of sub-grouped faith organizations for Muslims, Jews, Baptists and so many others began to take root and grow, forcing larger religious institutions to examine their theological teaching and become more publicly inclusive to LGBT people of faith.
     
    Special guests: Fr. Paul Breton from Southern California, ally and youth minister, Ed Noriega, Daniel Barutta, the current chapter President of Dignity Washington & Project End Gun Violence co-chair, Eddie Weingart.


    Follow us on Twitter: @TheFinalWordPod


    Follow us on Blogtalkradio.com: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thefinalwordpodcast


    Join the conversation on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/thefinalwordpodcast


    The Final Word Podcast is now available for download on iTunes!!!

  • 01:40

    The Final Word Podcast The Stonewall Riots REMEMBERED 2014

    in LGBT

    Given that Friday was the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, The Final Word Podcast is reairing its episode on such a pivotal moment in American history
     
    Since July generally hosts LBGTQ Pride events through the country, The Final Word Podcast will be addressing pivotal issues and moments throughout our shared history.
     
    The Stonewall Riots 1969
    The Stonewall riots were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by members of the gay community against a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City. They are widely considered to constitute the single most important event leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for gay and lesbian rights in the United States.


    After the Stonewall riots, gays and lesbians in New York City faced gender, race, class, and generational obstacles to becoming a cohesive community. Within six months, two gay activist organizations were formed in New York, concentrating on confrontational tactics, and three newspapers were established to promote rights for gays and lesbians. Within a few years, gay rights organizations were founded across the U.S. and the world. On June 28, 1970, the first Gay Pride marches took place in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York commemorating the anniversary of the riots. Similar marches were organized in other cities. Today, Gay Pride events are held annually throughout the country towards the end of June/beginning of July to mark the Stonewall riots.

  • 00:37

    LBGTQ"A" Community, Support for Coming Out & Staying Out

    in Culture

    REBROADCAST:  Are you a part of the LBGTQ"A" Community? I am! Find out how. Learned something new every time I do a show... It's the LBGTQ"A" Community, which stands for Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Gay, Transgender, Queer, Ally Community. I'm an "A"; an Ally. Davis, of Davis Law, gives a thorough assessment of contemporary family structures and community attitudes surrounding the LBGTQA popoulation.  There is a spectrum of diversity within the LBGTQA Community as well. Our world is so large and there is enough LOVE to go around!. Listen to my new episode, LBGTQ Community, Support for Coming Out & Staying Out, #myCulturalConversations. myCultural Conversations show sponsored by this month's donor, Pharaoh J. Lewis, Pre-Law Graduate Student at Barry University, Miami, Florida. Thanks, Pharaoh.

  • 00:59

    LBGTQ"A" Community, Support for Coming Out & Staying Out

    in Culture

    REBROADCAST:  Are you a part of the LBGTQ"A" Community? I am! Find out how. Learned something new every time I do a show... It's the LBGTQ"A" Community, which stands for Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Gay, Transgender, Queer, Ally Community. I'm an "A"; an Ally. Davis, of Davis Law, gives a thorough assessment of contemporary family structures and community attitudes surrounding the LBGTQA popoulation.  There is a spectrum of diversity within the LBGTQA Community as well. Our world is so large and there is enough LOVE to go around!. Listen to my new episode, LBGTQ Community, Support for Coming Out & Staying Out, #myCulturalConversations. myCultural Conversations show sponsored by this month's donor, Pharaoh J. Lewis, Pre-Law Graduate Student at Barry University, Miami, Florida. Thanks, Pharaoh.

  • 01:01

    FLY Conversation with Annette Johnson, The FLY Coach

    in Self Help

    Join the FLY Coach for the next FLY Conversation when she will be talking to a diverse millennial panel on the topic of self-love.  Guests will share their challenges, growing pains and key learning’s on the path to self-love.  Their stories are inspiring and they are passionate about empowering youth to live their best life. 


    Jessica Johnson is a Newark resident and graduated from Richard Stockton College of NJ, in December 2009, with a BA in Psychology and will be a Rutgers MBA student in fall 2014.  Jessica orchestrated youth groups for local state and county political campaigns. She is also a St. Vincent Academy Alumni, Class of “05”, and participated in numerous community service activities. 


    Dana Bochna has experience working in the nonprofit and higher education fields.  During her college career, Dana lived abroad in Costa Rica where she attended Universidad Veritas and studied Spanish language and culture.   Dana is a proud Rutgers-Newark Alum and currently serves on the Student Engagement Committee for the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA).  She is also a current Leadership Newark Fellow Class of 2015.


    Jamir Tuten is a native of Camden NJ.  He graduated from Richard Stockton College of NJ, in 2010, with a BA in Business Communications.  Jamir has submitted freelance work for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Vibe Magazine.com and Essence Magazine’s young journalist column.  Jamir is working on his first self-help book for the LBGTQ community.  He educates youth on HIV/Aids and healthy living.  You can learn more about Jamir and his various endeavors on his lifestyle/culture blog jvwades.wordpress.com.

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