On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), a final history lesson from Gore Vidal (the author-essayist-playwright discusses his friendships with James Baldwin, Eleanor Roosevelt, and his decades-long “friendship” with significant other Howard Austen during a May 2008 interview with Amy Goodman on “Democracy Now!”); Kate Bornstein’s work in “transgress” (she discusses her ongoing transitions through the award-winning work she does with correspondent Dixie Treichel)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Jenn Mahoney & Rick Watts and produced by Wenzel Jones & Steve Pride), Vietnam considers the reality of equality, Jerusalem Pride takes back the street, the U.S. low-prioritizes same-gender partner deportations, a Connecticut case hastens “DOMA’s” demise, and hate groups get more than chicken feed from poultry politics. All that — and more this week — when you discover “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 11, 2012 | 2:00 pm

Remembering Vidal+”Queer & Pleasant Danger”+LGBT news

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On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle), a final history lesson from Gore Vidal (the author-essayist-playwright discusses his friendships with James Baldwin, Eleanor Roosevelt, and his decades-long “friendship” with significant other Howard Austen during a May 2008 interview with Amy Goodman on “Democracy Now!”); Kate Bornstein’s work in “transgress” (she discusses her ongoing transitions through the award-winning work she does with correspondent Dixie Treichel)… and in “NewsWrap” (reported this week by Jenn Mahoney & Rick Watts and produced by Wenzel Jones & Steve Pride), Vietnam considers the reality of equality, Jerusalem Pride takes back the street, the U.S. low-prioritizes same-gender partner deportations, a Connecticut case hastens “DOMA’s” demise, and hate groups get more than chicken feed from poultry politics. All that — and more this week — when you discover “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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