On this week’s edition of This Way Out, host Greg Gordon welcomes “Queer Music Heritage” historian JD Doyle to the program, where he profiles the words and music of the groundbreaking band The Deadly Nightshade then and now. Then, Michelle-Marie Gilkerson hits the streets to get the score on lesbian athletes out since ’81. And in our NewsWrap segment, Tanya Kane-Perry and Robert LeBlanc report on Delaware’s recent positive decision on U.S. marriage equality as Minnesota and Illinois inch towards membership in the equality club. Also in the news: 35,000 Estonians protest against marriage equality, Albanians revolt against homophobia and hate crimes, young, gay lovers are persecuted in Zambia, and Sydney’s “Glorias” recognize inglorious bastards. All that — and more this week — when you tune in to This Way Out, the international gay and lesbian radio magazine and the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.

Credits:

Producers: Lucia Chappelle and Steve Pride

More information about the show can be found at http://thiswayout.org.

 

 

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | May 18, 2013 | 2:00 pm

The Deadly Nightshade blooms anew, Trailblazing Lesbian Athletes, and more!

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On this week’s edition of This Way Out, host Greg Gordon welcomes “Queer Music Heritage” historian JD Doyle to the program, where he profiles the words and music of the groundbreaking band The Deadly Nightshade then and now. Then, Michelle-Marie Gilkerson hits the streets to get the score on lesbian athletes out since ’81. And in our NewsWrap segment, Tanya Kane-Perry and Robert LeBlanc report on Delaware’s recent positive decision on U.S. marriage equality as Minnesota and Illinois inch towards membership in the equality club. Also in the news: 35,000 Estonians protest against marriage equality, Albanians revolt against homophobia and hate crimes, young, gay lovers are persecuted in Zambia, and Sydney’s “Glorias” recognize inglorious bastards. All that — and more this week — when you tune in to This Way Out, the international gay and lesbian radio magazine and the world’s audio oasis for LGBT news and culture.

Credits:

Producers: Lucia Chappelle and Steve Pride

More information about the show can be found at http://thiswayout.org.

 

 

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