Posts Tagged ‘Gender’

Phil Tiemeyer

June 11 . 2013

Phil Tiemeyer examines how flight attendants have combated sexism and homophobia to create a more just and equal workplace through the last 80 years in Plane Queer.

Marie Calloway

June 5 . 2013

Marie Calloway‘s fiction debut, what purpose did i serve in your life, is both a portrait of American youth and a gamble, a chance taken, in answer to the following: for a young woman, is there such a thing as the soul, a life more than the organs, or is she forever recalled to her body.

Peter La Barbera

May 28 . 2013

Can conservative and Christian companies like Chick-fil-A  win the support and loyalty of American consumers by offering to make up for any lost donations to the Boy Scouts? Peter LaBarbera with Americans For Truth is calling on some businesses to step up to the plate and make pledges.

Susan Jacoby

May 20 . 2013

Feminist and  bestselling author, Susan Jacoby looks back at the last pre-feminist generation of men who supposedly had it all and asks: what exactly did they have in Last Men on Top.

Dr. Charles Dunn, Peter LaBarbera

February 15 . 2012

Will Rick Santorum push Mitt Romney out of the way and become the GOP presidential candidate? Dr. Charles Dunn with Regent University gives us his thoughts. Then, we ask Peter La Barbera with Americans for Truth, what is hate speech and do Christians or gays do more of it.

Ricci Levy, Nina Hartley

September 28 . 2011

What is the current state of our lives regarding sexual freedom? Ricci Levy with the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance and adult film entertainer, Nina Hartley join us to talk about Sexual Freedom Day that took place recently.

Jonathan Dudley

August 1 . 2011

In Broken Word, Jonathan Dudley lays the groundwork for a new generation of post-Religious Right evangelical political activists, who believe in evolution, rally behind the environmental movement, are moderate on abortion, and support gay marriage–and who are more faithful to orthodox Christianity than their counterparts.


Peter LaBarbera, Wayne Besen

July 27 . 2011

New York now has same sex marriage and “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” has been repealed. Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth and Wayne Besen, executive director of Truth Wins Out debate the issues.

Susie Bright

May 23 . 2011

In Big Sex Little Death, Susie Bright introduces us to her influences and experiences, including her early involvement with notorious high school radicalsThe Red Tide as well as the magazine she co-founded in the 1980s, On Our Backs, which turned the lesbian and bisexual community upside down before it took the “straight” world by storm.

Chaz Bono, Rev. Robert Chase

May 9 . 2011

Transition is Chaz Bono‘s groundbreaking and candid account of a forty-year struggle to match his gender identity with his physical body and his transformation from female to male. Later, Rev. Robert Chase with Intersections International talks about an LGBT welcome ad that was rejected by Sojourners, a progressive Christian organization.