In celebration of Edith "Edie" Windsor's 2013 landmark U.S. Supreme Court case victory in The United States v. Windsor, the guys spoke with Judith Kasen-Windsor, an LGBTQ+ activist and surviving spouse of Edie Windsor. They discussed Edie Windsor, United States v. Windsor, and LGBTQ+ issues of the day.
What better way to celebrate the 100th episode of a podcast about LGBTQ+ history than to chat with the man who put LGBTQ+ history on the map, er, calendar, Rodney Wilson, Educator & Founder of LGBTQ+ History Month.
Rodney Wilson founded LGBTQ+ History Month in 1994, the same year he made national headlines when he became the first K-12 teacher in Missouri to come out publicly as gay. His story made news in popular magazines, and he was featured in interviews on Dateline & The Rikki Lake Show. Rodney has his own mark in LGBTQ+ history, and his story is definitely worth a listen.
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The Let's Talk About Gay Stuff team conducted an informative interview with author, speaker, community leader, and HR and legal consultant, Zaylore Stout. Mr. Stout, who is the award-winning author of the 2020 Best Book Award for LGBTQ Non-Fiction, Our Gay History in Fifty States, talked about what inspired him to write the book, why sharing these stories are important, and why this book needs to be in the hands of students and educators across the country.
The hosts of Let's Talk About Gay Stuff devoted a special episode to talk with the first openly LGBTQ+ mayor of a major U.S. city, Annise Parker. She talked about her early years as an LGBTQ+ activist, her time in Houston politics as a City Council member, Controller and Mayor of Houston. She also shared information about her work as President and CEO at LGBTQ Victory Fund and LGBTQ Victory Institute.
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In the U.S. from September 15 thru October 15 every year there is a celebration of Latinx History in a celebration known as Hispanic Heritage Month. In recognition of the Latinx community's contributions to LGBTQ history and culture, Let's Talk About Gay Stuff highlighted 30 Latinx icons, pioneers, and trailblazers. Learn more here.
Coming Out Day
Check out Thomas as he represents the Let's Talk About Gay Stuff crew in celebrating National Coming Out Day with the San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
November 3rd is Election Day in the U.S. Every election is important and the 2020 general election in November is no different. From the office of the president to state representatives to city council and school board members, we owe it to ourselves and our future to get out and vote.
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Quarantine Sassy Hours
Looking for something different to watch? Did you catch quarantine Sassy Hours with the hosts from Our Spoopy Podcast.
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You never know what to expect with these guys - we kiki, we play some games, we have guests, & more!
Women's History Month
Let's Talk About Gay Stuff remembers LGBTQ women pioneers.
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African American History Month
Let's Talk About Gay Stuff remembers LGBTQ African American pioneers.
Top 5 Listens of 2019
Check out the Top 5 Listens of Let's Talk About Gays Stuff from 2019!
Happy Holidays from Let's Talk About Gay Stuff
A holiday message from the hosts of Let's Talk About Gay Stuff - Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and Cheers to a great a 2020!