On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), the gay lives and literary times of “Eminent Outlaws” (Richard Wolinsky chats on his KPFA-FM/Berkeley “Bookwaves” program with author Christopher Bram)… queer cartoonists create “No Straight Lines” (Steve Pride talks with editor Justin Hall after cogent comments by “Dyke To Watch Out For” Alison Bechdel)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Jason Proctor & Sarah Sweeney and produced by Steve Pride), registered German partners’ real rights advance, a U.S. federal judge denies marriage equality to Hawai’ian lesbian and gay couples, courageous Ugandan activists brave police harassment to celebrate Pride, and Madonna defies St. Petersburg’s “no promo homo” law. All that — and more this week — when you tune in to “This Way Out: the international gay and lesbian radio magazine,” the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.
For more information about “This Way Out” please visit www.thiswayout.org.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | August 18, 2012 | 2:00 pm

Gay literati+Queer Cartoonists+global newsMonday, August 13, 2012 7:26 PM

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On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), the gay lives and literary times of “Eminent Outlaws” (Richard Wolinsky chats on his KPFA-FM/Berkeley “Bookwaves” program with author Christopher Bram)… queer cartoonists create “No Straight Lines” (Steve Pride talks with editor Justin Hall after cogent comments by “Dyke To Watch Out For” Alison Bechdel)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Jason Proctor & Sarah Sweeney and produced by Steve Pride), registered German partners’ real rights advance, a U.S. federal judge denies marriage equality to Hawai’ian lesbian and gay couples, courageous Ugandan activists brave police harassment to celebrate Pride, and Madonna defies St. Petersburg’s “no promo homo” law. All that — and more this week — when you tune in to “This Way Out: the international gay and lesbian radio magazine,” the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.
For more information about “This Way Out” please visit www.thiswayout.org.

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