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bloomingOUT – October 17, 2013

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Assistant Professor in IUB School of Public Health Beth Meyerson and PhD nursing student in clinical science and part-time faculty member at IUB School of Nursing Greg Carter discuss issues around coming out to one’s health provider as well as their planned research focusing on LGBT health disclosure. Michael is joined by IU School of Public Health researcher Deborah Herbenick in a conversation about her latest research concerning the role lubricants play in sexual activity on a new edition of Sexual Health Matters.  Featured artist is the American Roots/Celtic Soul duo Switchback and musical selections is “Pour Me.”

www.linkedin.com/pub/beth-meyerson/7/690/40b

http://info.publichealth.indiana.edu/faculty/current/herbenick-debra.shtml

www.publichealth.indiana.edu

www.waygoodmusic.com

 
Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick

News Director Josh Vidrich,

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer Sarah Hetrick

bloomingOUT – October 10, 2013

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African American drag king performer and filmmaker KB Boyce and queer Asian-American activist and artist Celeste Chan stop by the studio to chat about the production company they founded in San Francisco for queer artists of color called Queer Rebels Productions.  They also provide information about their film series “Queer Rebels of the Harlem Renaissance” showing at the IU Cinema Friday night 11 October. President of Black Equity Indy Sinceray Jackson is in studio to discuss various issues related to racism that especially effect the black queer community.

 

www.queerrebels.com

www.blackequityindy.org

 

Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producers Sarah Hetrick and Nick Tumino

News Director Josh Vidrich

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer and board engineer Sarah Hetrick

bloomingOUT – October 3, 2013

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IU LGBT Alumni Association President Mike Shumate provides information about their fund raising campaign to support LGBT specific scholarships.  A new edition of “Out on the Street” with Nick Tumino seeks public opinion in response to fundraising efforts for LGBTQA student scholarships.  At large Representative on the Bloomington Common Council Susan Sandberg stops by to chat about the new council resolution stating support for same sex marriage. Vice President of Spencer Pride Jacob Balash also stops by to talk about their fund raising event at the Tivoli Theatre on 9 October featuring the film “The Birdcage” and the Quarryland Men’s Chorus.

 

www.alumni.indiana.edu/affiliates/glbt/index.html

www.bloomington.in.gov/council

www.spencerpride.org

 

Producer Carol Fischer
Executive producer Alycin Bektesh
Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick
News Director Josh Vidrich
Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson
Announcer Sarah Hetrick
Guest co-host Nick Tumino

 

bloomingOUT – September 26, 2013

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Bloomington High School North Counselor Greg Chaffin discusses the question “is transgender the new gay?” on a new edition of Youth and Peril. New IU and community gender queer group
Gender Warriors members Ash and Skylare stop by the studio.  Featured artist is Sonia and Disappear Fear.  Musical selections are “Be Like You” and “Start.”

www.facebook.com/indianagenderwarriors
www.soniadf.com
www.disappearfear.com

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Producer Carol Fischer
Executive producer Alycin Bektesh
Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick
News Director Josh Vidrich,
Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson
Announcer Sarah Hetrick
Anchors Helen Harrell and Michael Reece

bloomingOUT – September 19, 2013

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Singer/songwriter Kelly Zullo phones in with career updates.  Musical selections are “Bounce” and “The Other Side of the Bees.” Co-President of Indy PFLAG Annette Siegel Gross provides information about the wedding reception they are sponsoring for same-sex couples married in other states.  Manager of The Root Cellar Lounge Josh Johnson and current Miss Bag Lady Queen Pat Yo’ Weave are in studio with information about Drag Bingo and other local entertainment events.

 

www.kellyzullomusic.com

www.indypflag.org

www.farm-bloomington.com/index.php/root-cellar

www.indyprideinc.org/bagladies

 

Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick

News Director Josh Vidrich,

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer Elaine Bell

Board Engineer Sarah Hetrick

Guest host Cassaundra Huskey

bloomingOUT – September 12, 2013

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Activist, blogger, speaker and writer Reverend Irene Monroe discusses antisemitism, racism and racist practices in the US, Europe and the Netherlands. Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Rainbow Serenity Brandon  Wagman calls in with information about their Annual Music and Art Fair 2013 to be held this Saturday in Highland IN and Jamie Brazel stops by the studio to provide retrospective coverage of the Open, Welcoming and Affirming Conference held a couple of weekends ago. Featured artist is Nashville TN based singer/songwriter Jeff Finlin. Musical selections are “East to West” and “Better Than This.”

 

www.irenemonroe.com

www.rainbowserenity.org

www.jefffinlin.com

Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick

News Director Josh Vidrich,

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer Elaine Bell

Board Engineer Sarah Hetrick

bloomingOUT – September 5, 2013

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NYC based pop/rock singer, songwriter and LGBTQ activist Samia chats about her political views and musical career.  Musical selections are “Only Wanna Dance,” “Lose Me” and “Burning Up.”  IUB graduate student and organizing committee chair for the week long series of sexual educational events called “Sexploration” Patrick Nagel is in studio with detailed information about the various activities scheduled throughout September and October.

bloomingOUT – August 22, 2013

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Mother, social activist, Blues Music Award winner, singer/songwriter and former Virginia State Teacher of the Year Gaye Adegbalola talks about racism, feminism, her current productions and new singing group The Wild Rutz. Musical selection is “Blues for your Greens” from her children’s CD “Blues in All Flavors.” Organizational Committee Member Jamie Brazel is in studio with information about the upcoming Open, Welcoming and Affirming Conference for faith communities to be held at the First United Church in Bloomington 23-25 August. Helen highlights Langston Hughes and the evolution of patriarchal dominance on two editions of Queerher/history.

www.adegbalola.com

 

Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick

News Director Josh Vidrich,

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer Elaine Bell

Board Engineer Sarah Hetrick

bloomingOUT – August 15, 2013

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Singer/Songwriter/Producer Carrie Pietz performs live in studio, chats about her musical career and community event activities with Metro Rising, Rock and Bowl and Girls Rock Camp Indy. Musical selections are “Stars” and “Summer Lovin” from her latest “Stars” CD and “I Said Please,” “True Love” and “Trouble With Me” from her “Wreckless Decisions” CD.  President of Black Equity Indy Sinceray Jackson calls in with an overview of this year’s successful Pride events and talks about organizational plans for outreach and events scheduled for the upcoming year.

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