10/12/17 - Brian Silva

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Sometimes, all you need to do to create colossal change is pick up the phone. Who knew?!?

This week, we’re joined by Brian Silva, the founder and executive director of The National Equality Action Team (NEAT), an organization that has as its mission to harness the unique power of LGBTQ+ people, their allies and community partners to educate and take collective action across issues in the fight for Justice. And the best part is: you all can get involved. And it’s easy!

10/5/17 - Sean Howell

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The world is changing. And so too are our ways of communicating. Keep up, folks!

This week, we welcome Sean Howell, the co-founder and president of Hornet, the world’s premier gay social network. We cover everything from how we gays interact, to how to build a better mousetrap, to how to create world peace…ok, maybe not that last one, but we’re bringing people together here, so we’re not that far off!

9/28/17 - Drew Droege

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Not seeing the content you want out there in the world? Then create it! You really and truly can do it.

9/21/17 - Dr. Gayle E. Pitman

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From feminism to children’s books to dissertations, this episode simply has it all.

9/14/17 - Rob Smith

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How are you serving your community? That’s the question on our mind this week.

9/7/17 - Dr. Tim Seelig

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Let’s get our voices together and form a chorus. Because THAT, friends, is what it is all about.

We’re overjoyed to welcome Dr. Tim Seelig back to the show to talk all about his work as the artistic director of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. What is the power of voice? What about a group of male voices? What about a group of gay male voices? All this and SO much more will be answered.

8/31/17 - Mark S. King

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We must know our history, folks. We simply MUST in order to move forward knowing full well where we’ve been.

8/24/17 - Jeffrey Masters

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How are you using your voice these days to make a difference? Maybe try LITERALLY using your voice...kinda like this week’s guest does!

8/17/17 - Merryn Johns

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Most of us can’t keep a blog going for a year. So to keep a major publication running for 25+ years? Incredible!

8/10/17 - Dana Goldberg

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Look, we need to be able to laugh about some things going on in the world. Not that we don’t need to be present and vigilant. But laughter? It’s good and downright necessary.

8/3/17 - Barney Cheng & Jason Davis

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Another fun-filled episode as we feature two different artists using their voices in two VERY different ways.

First up, actor/writer/director Barney Cheng joins us to talk about his film Baby Steps. It is a most entertaining romp of a feature that also exists as an actual world-changing event! We chat about diversity in film, our relationships with our mothers, and how Barney really and truly can do it all.

7/27/17 - J. Tyler & Amber Cantorna

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We've got the 4-1-1 for you this week on Episode #411!

First up, we welcome J. Tyler back to the show just a few hours after he won his 42nd “Best Musician of Atlanta” award. His new EP “Prelude” is freshly out and he has some things he wants to get off his chest for all of you in the back. We. Love This. Guy.

7/20/17 - Kelsey Louie

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Somewhere between our storied past and our aspirational future lies the incredible work that is being done right this very second. And that’s where we find ourselves on this week’s episode.

Rainbow Rewind: 3/23/17 - Emily Saliers & Telly Leung

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Ken is in Guatemala so here's a second chance to hear one of our favorite recent episodes!

7/6/17 - Adam Groffman & Mac MacGregor

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Oh the places we’ll go this week: to Germany, to Seattle, and so much more!

First up, we welcome world traveler Adam Groffman to the show to talk all about Travels of Adam, his extraordinary blog. How do you set up shop in a different country? What is the LGBTQ blogging community like? Who the heck are hipsters and how can they be most comfortable in a new city? All this, and so much more will be answered.

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