Traversing the intersectionalities at the third annual Women’s March with trans entertainer/activist Laverne Cox in Los Angeles!
Rainbow artists seeking Grammy glory get nomination kudos from This Way Out Music Focus maestro Steve Sims!
And in NewsWrap: Lithuania’s top court finds residence rights for queer foreign marrieds, El Salvador court deals marriage equality setback, renewed Chechen purge nets 40 and kills two, U.S. Christian haters oppose inclusive anti-lynching bill, Pences pout over grade school bias, and more international LGBTQ news!
Complete Program Summary and NewsWrap Transcript for the week of January 21, 2019
Continue reading “Streets Women & Recording Races!”
LGBTQ history is safe in the hands of the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives!
Hollywood celebrates a rainbow of Golden Globe Awards with Ben Whishaw, Darren Criss, Brad Simpson, Rami Malek, and Graham King!
Chechnya continues its anti-queer purge, homophobic Dutch Christians issue an “unclean” manifesto, Israeli doctors are barred from “curing” same-gender attraction, a U.S. federal judge dresses down Drag Queen Story Hour plaintiffs, a biased Colorado baker adds a trans layer to his cake crimes, and more international LGBTQ news!
Complete Program Summary and NewsWrap Transcript for the week of January 14, 2019
Continue reading “Rainbow Globes & All For ONE”
The secret life of gender-bending jazz giant Billy Tipton — revealed in a Rainbow Minute primer (produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns, read by Giz Bowe) and explored in Steve Sims’ latest This Way Out Music Focus!
“Do labels help or hurt us?” is the question posed by OutCasting Overtime queer youth commentator Dante (introduced by “OutCaster” Andrew, produced by Marc Sophos).
Same-gender couples in Japan and Hong Kong challenge marriage inequality, Austria rings in the New Year with lesbian wedding bells, Jamaica’s major queer rights HQ burns down, Pakistan’s first Trans Pride marchers push for progress on legal reforms, Canada coins a 50-year commemoration of sex law repeal, and more international LGBTQ news!
Complete Program Summary and NewsWrap Transcript for the week of January 7, 2019
Continue reading “Tipton’s Jazz & Label Tools”
The fall of India’s Penal Code Section 377 liberated 78 million people from the repressive law against consensual adult same-gender sex — one of the biggest LGBTQ news stories of 2018. This special program includes comments by Indian activists sounds from the streets … with a cameo appearance by out gay Indian-American comic Nik Dodani! (NewsWrap returns next week.)
Complete Program Summary for the week of December 31, 2018
Continue reading “India Liberated!”
No, it’s not some apocalyptic event brought on by “the homosexual agenda,” but we have arrived at the final days of This Way Out’s “Scratch That Itch” 2018 Year End Campaign! Don’t miss your chance to get exclusive free gift CDs … and more importantly, to join the people who keep This Way Out on the air!
Only our listener-donors stand between the worldwide LGBTQ community and the pride-sapping silence! Do your part TODAY!
Wishing Australia a Happy Marriage Equality Paper Anniversary, Sydney correspondent Barry McKay’s “Australian Marriage Chronicles” charts the struggle that began in 2004 from the point when it boiled over in August, 2017 through the final vote in the Australian Senate!
[Note: NewsWrap returns on the This Way Out to be distributed Jan. 7.]
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Complete Program Summary for the week of December 24, 2018
Continue reading “Down Under the Aisle”
Head librarian Michael Oliveira works to preserve LA’s ONE of a kind Archive (John Dyer V visits the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries).
Young “OutCasters” ponder electoral math and the future of queer rights (Andrew introduces Alex’ commentary).
And in NewsWrap: Bermuda files a final appeal to preserve inequality, Israel’s top court says a parent is a parent, assaulted LGBTQ refugees moved out of Kenyan camp, Brokeback Mountain and Bohemian Rhapsody mark milestones, and more international LGBTQ news!
Complete Program Summary and NewsWrap Transcript for the week of December 17, 2018
Continue reading “ONE Way & Reps Wanted!”
With our 30th Anniversary, This Way Out has that “7-year itch” that comes with the “quarter-life crisis”: the urge to break out into new dimensions, to re-invent!
Your Year End Campaign contribution can help us “scratch”:
- the capacity for more current news coverage and expanded features on our re-designed website
- the use of social media to forge a stronger connection with our audience and discover new queer voices
- the responsibility of training the next generation of grassroots queer producers and reporters, a fundamental value of our non-profit corporation, Overnight Productions (Inc.) and a vital part of paving the future for This Way Out
Since you’re “itching” to hear more LGBTQ news and culture and have an urge to do your part in the struggle for human rights around the world, we can scratch each other’s backs … and we’ll treat you to our exclusive CDs at a special rate!
Continue reading “What’s “That Itch”?”
The New York nightlife exploits of the avant-garde trendsetter are captured in the mesmerizing documentary Susanne Bartsch: On Top!
A tuneful queer time-travel tour traces holiday traditions with over two dozen out performers and plenty of This Way Out Music Focus tinsel!
Chile’s Supreme Court rules that marriage is a human right, South African lawmakers stop marriage officials from “opting out” of equality, Hungary and Poland quash a queer-inclusive E.U. declaration, Trump picks a new Justice mouthpiece from an anti-gay hate group, a fundamentalist Iowa fire-bug is charged for queer kids book-burning, and more international LGBTQ news reported this week by John Dyer V and Carole Meyers (produced by Brian DeShazor, written by Greg Gordon).
Complete Program Summary and NewsWrap Transcript for the week of December 10, 2018
Continue reading “Bartsch On Top & Holiday Music”