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This Way Out (LGBT)

THIS WAY OUT

This Way Out leads off each week with NewsWrap, a summary of some of the major news events in or affecting the lesbian/gay community, compiled from a variety of publications and broadcasts around the world. In addition to NewsWrap, each edition of the program consists of several other segments, which can include: Interviews With Authors & Performers, News Feature Stories, Music By Openly-Lesbigay Recording Artists, Humor, Poetry, Readings From Gay/Lesbian Literature, And More! Plus, every segment of “This Way Out” is punctuated with a wide variety of music, especially self-produced recordings by openly lesbian/gay performers (which rarely receive commercial radio airplay).

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Gay Iraqi Refugees In Love + Global LGBT News! February 18, 2017 | 2:00 pm

"Out of Iraq" heroes define "what is love"; a "Rainbow Minute" recalls the gay subtext in Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope"; Chile's President tests marriage equality waters, a gay Bermuda man sues to wed his Canadian fiancé, and much more.


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Suicidal Queer Teens Turn to Trevor + Global News + More! February 11, 2017 | 2:00 pm

Trumped teens turn to The Trevor Project; Screen Actors mix politics with prizes; Ellen schools the president about "Finding Dory"; the Boy Scouts of America transitions on gender identity, and global LGBTQIA news.


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Queer Voices From the D.C. Women’s March + Global LGBT News+more! February 4, 2017 | 2:00 pm

Women walk all over Trump's Agenda; a "Rainbow Minute" remembers often-forgotten iconic British-born gay movie director James Whale; transpeople will finally count for something in Pakistan,


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Obama’s Compassion and Queer Rights Legacy + Global LGBT News! January 28, 2017 | 2:00 pm

Barack Obama commutes trans whistleblower Chelsea Manning's shameful sentence, and reflects on his LGBT rights legacy as does our "Queer Life and Literature" commentator; Sri Lanka keeps its laws against same-gender lovemaking, Ireland lifts its gay blood ban but not before a year without sex, and so much more.


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Greeting 2017 On A Positive Note! January 7, 2017 | 2:00 pm

Maybe we could all use a break from the news? So let's celebrate the New Year and fortify ourselves for the challenges ahead with a few rousing queer anthems in a special "Music Will Get Us Through It" edition!


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“Romer” & Hamilton Remembered + Global LGBT News! December 17, 2016 | 2:00 pm

Remembering North Carolina's Colorado ancestor in the 20th anniversary year of "Romer versus Evans"; a "Rainbow Minute" profiles the historic bisexual lead character of a hot Broadway show; Wal-Mart settles for millions in queer spousal benefits claims, and so much more.


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“Fire Song” + Queer Parenting + Global LGBT News! December 10, 2016 | 2:00 pm

Two-Spirit romance and indigenous issues ignite "Fire Song";
Same-gender parents share family secrets; Trump's cabinet picks shelve LGBT rights, voters end the reign of Gambia's homophobic Yahya Jammeh, and much more.


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“Exiled From Ranch Country” + The Pence “Boo-haha”! December 3, 2016 | 2:00 pm

An insightful audio essay by veteran "This Way Out" Canadian correspondent Heather Kitching fills most of this weeks show: "Exiled From Ranch Country" is a story about the things LGBT people leave behind when we come out and how our progress as a community is helping us reclaim some of them; plus sounds from the "Hamilton"-Pence Tempest in a Teapot!


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“Dawn of the Donald: A Queer U.S. Elections Post-Mortem + LGBT News November 26, 2016 | 2:00 pm

A queer Trump post-mortem: The Way Forward; Israels Chief Rabbi calls for homosexual executions, the Ivory Coast uses public indecency laws to jail 2 gay men, a leading queer rights activist is nabbed in Turkey's political crackdown, and much more.


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Streetlevel Uprising November 19, 2016 | 2:00 pm

Streetlevel Uprising brings their conscious dance party to the band auction. (This Way Out returns next week)


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