On our May 19th, 2023 episode we talk to Bryan Cauwels, Tracie Cisneros, and Kaede Coronado-Acuna about the 2023 Fresno Rainbow Pride Parade and Festival. Then Chris and Kaylia go over the latest on Pride in Fresno, the Pride Night at the Chaffee Zoo, the LA Dodgers and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and more LGBTQ+ news across the country. Enjoy!
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It’s A Queer Thang – May 5th, 2023
In this episode Chris and Kaylia talk to Paige Wilson (illustrator of My Cat Fred Wears A Skirt), Bobbie Jo Mendez (Need The Bucks Baseball Pride Night in LA), and Robin McGehee (Florida student walkout). Plus our segment on “What to read / What to watch,” a tease about our next episode, and some laughs along the way.
It’s A Queer Thang – April 2023 Episode 2
April 21st Episode of It’s A Queer Thang
Join us on this episode with our guests Katrina and Emilee, authors of My Cat Fred Wears A Skirt, Pastor Bill Knezovich of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Fresno, Lara from Out Loud Sports, and interviews from the abortion rally in Fresno by Planned Parenthood.
It’s A Queer Thang – April 2023 Episode 1
April 7th episode of It’s A Queer Thang: In this episode, we talk politics, books and movies, fun lgbtq vocabulary, and share the Transgender Day Of Visibility Rally in Fresno. Enjoy!
It’s A Queer Thang – March 2023
Our March 17th, 2023 show features interviews with Naomi Henrix of RAW Fresno, Dr. Katherine Fobear of Fresno State on Trans Day Of Visibility and author Lillian Faderman, discussing her books Woman – The American History of an Idea and The Gay Revolution the Story of the Struggle. Plus St. Patty’s Day, Woman’s History Month, and our “You Suck/You Rock” segment!
It’s A Queer Thang – February 2023
Our February 2023 episode with guests Anna Marie Dos Remedios of the Idle Hour Winery and Queens Inn By The River in Oakhurst, Poet Laureate S Bryan Medina, and author Bryan T Clark.
73. My Policeman
Kaylia and Chris talk about this book turned movie that attempts to tell the tragic love story of two gay men through the lens of a (some would say unlikeable) straight woman. Is this all styles or is there substance in this book and movie combo?