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Sharing coming out Stories and also how the church impacts the LGBT COMMUNITY and why do we shy away from going
Join Meka Rae and Renair as we discuss Labels and Roles in the LGBT Community. Do you dress tomboyish but consider yourself "feminine" but people tend to call you a "stud", "butch", "aggressive," and/or "soft stud?" Are you feminine but people assume you are heterosexual, bisexual, or you are a pillow princess? Are you heterosexual but people think you are a lesbian just by the way you dress?
Do labels play a huge part in how you are treated in a relationship? Are you expected to be the "man" of the house just because you dress more masculine? Are you feminine and expected to clean, cook, carry the baby, etc?
We will discuss all of the above and more when you join us on Monday, September the 8th at 10pm Eastern
We look forward to hearing your thoughts
In recognition of Domestic Violence Month, we are going to be talking about domestic violence within the LGBT Community. Rev. Alfreda Lanoix will be co-hosting with me as we discuss:
The tell tale signs of a person who may potentially be violent The signs of an abusive relationship - physical violence is not the only expression of violence The abuser and why they do it. How to stop domestic violence before it begins Why people stay in abusive relationships Resources available to get help for yourself or someone you know, who is a victim How to raise the money you need to leave An emergency "GET OUT FAST" plan LGBT Friendly SAFE-Shelters Where to get help if you're an abuser Yes we will be talking about all of this! Listeners are welcome to call in with questions and comments too. Share our story and empower other people who are where you once used to be!
Last month we discussed labels in the LGBT community. The conversation was so full that we knew had to continue the conversation with a part 2. Recently, Raven Simone was featured on Oprah's Where are they Now.
This is her take on labels"
"I don't want to be labeled 'gay,'" Raven says. "I want to be labeled 'a human who loves humans.'"
In fact, Raven tells Oprah that she rejects the notion of labels completely in all areas of her life. "I'm tired of being labeled," she says. "I'm an American. I'm not an African-American; I'm an American."
The link to portions of the episode and the write up is included below.
How do you feel about that label gay, lesbian, stud, femme, pillow princess, etc? Do those labels define who you are as a human being? Are they acceptable in society? Do they affect your sex life or your relatioships? Lets talk about it!
The LGBT Bar Association is the nation's largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied legal professionals. With thousands of members spanning the corporate, firm, non-profit and government sphere, The Bar plays a leading role in ensuring legal professionals have access to the latest resources, opportunities and skills. From organizing Lavender Law, an annual conference attracting more than 1,600 attendees working on cutting edge legal issues, to spearheading legal change from inside the profession, The Bar plays a unique role in ensuring the legal and political advancements of the LGBT community impact real people and families.
D’Arcy Kemnitz brings more than two decades of non-profit and social justice experience to her role as The LGBT Bar’s executive director. Under her leadership, The Bar has become the largest and most recognized organization of LGBT legal professionals in the country. In addition to organizing more than 25 affiliated LGBT bar associations, and dozens of LGBT law student associations, D’Arcy oversees the Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair each year. D’Arcy is frequently quoted on LGBT legal issues, appearing in media outlets including The ABA Journal, ABC News, Time Magazine. She is a distinguished graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Hamline University School of Law.
Stereotypes about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people are conventional, formulaic generalizations, opinions, or images about persons based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. Stereotypes and homophobia are a learned outlook, i.e. from parents, teachers, peers, or the mass media, or a lack of firsthand familiarity, may tend to lead to more reliance on learned stereotypes.We will discuss these stereotypes and myths. Please join us to share your thoughts.
There is a stigma associated with those in our community when it comes to receiving the help necessary help that we need in terms of speaking with a therapist, and obtaining healthcare in general. Tonight we'll examine this issues, its causes, and any possible solutions! Don't miss it!
How about Community Gardens. What are people doing and how can your town do that also. Join me for a list of Community Gardens in my book "Communitiy Garden Revolution" and hear what they are doing that makes them of Excellence.
Proven Winners has some new Colors out for 2015. Go to their website and order your upcoming Catalog. There are some Flowers that can be planted that attract Bees for you to do a Bee Hive or keep your Community Garden pollunated.
And, go to the website of Nate's all American ONLINE Store. At checkout for Garden Equipment and Tools you can get 10% OFF at Checkout with the code "comgar14".
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Books and AudioBooks: Community Garden Revolution
Community Garden Revolution Notes!
Welcome to our first show LGBT Voice brought to you by Bach with JustFloRadio. Every other Saturday she will be bringing you all the latest LGBT News Debates. World Wide lifesytle issues. There will be debates and discussions based on whats going on within our community. So tune in, call in and give us some input on how you feel. We welcome anything you want to talk about. This is a perfect opputunity to express what you how you feel. Ask any questions.
This week, Arizona lawmakers passed the anti-gay bill. In June Russia's president passed a law prohibiting the promotion of any non-traditional sexual relationships. And Nigeria recently passed a bill constituting same sex relationships illegal, with penalties of up to 14 years in prison. In an era of constant progression, the political efforts related to alternative sexual relationships become more stagnant, and in some cases seem to worsen. Is the world at war with the LGBT community? Do you believe these political restrictions are necessary to preserve marriage? Join us as we discuss "Sex Politics: The Worldwide War on the LGBT community" with James Felton Keith (twitter: @JFKii) , board member of the Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce & LGBT advocate.
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