On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle),  words of wisdom from P-FLAG’s first mom (a touching tribute to the group’s founder Jeanne Manford, who died earlier this month at the age of 92)… movie icon Jodie Foster goes on a Golden outing (the veteran filmmaker finally acknowledges to a worldwide Golden Globes TV audience the open secret that she’s lesbian)… and in “NewsWrap” (produced by Steve Pride and reported this week by Chris Wilson and Jason Proctor), thousands protest gay rights in Hong Kong and marriage equality in Paris, Australia’s P.M. assures the country’s Christian Lobby that it can continue to discriminate against LGBT people, but the EuroCourt rules that secular rights trump religious belief. Those stories — 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) | January 26, 2013 | 2:00 pm

The First Mom of PFLAG

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On the new “This Way Out” (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle),  words of wisdom from P-FLAG’s first mom (a touching tribute to the group’s founder Jeanne Manford, who died earlier this month at the age of 92)… movie icon Jodie Foster goes on a Golden outing (the veteran filmmaker finally acknowledges to a worldwide Golden Globes TV audience the open secret that she’s lesbian)… and in “NewsWrap” (produced by Steve Pride and reported this week by Chris Wilson and Jason Proctor), thousands protest gay rights in Hong Kong and marriage equality in Paris, Australia’s P.M. assures the country’s Christian Lobby that it can continue to discriminate against LGBT people, but the EuroCourt rules that secular rights trump religious belief. Those stories — 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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