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bloomingOUT – January 30, 2014

Lady Gaga tour photographer and author of “Heal This Way: A Love Story” Tracey B Wilson discusses the importance of self-acceptance, bullying, queer youth suicide, the need for acceptance and the power of words as well as her book and Gaga’s Little Monsters. Helen and Nick respond to a listener’s Q Mail Bag question about the need to come out …

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bloomingOUT – January 23, 2014

Bloomington High School North Counselor Greg Chaffin talks about depression in LGBTQIA youth on a new edition of “Youth in Peril.” IU Alum, Louisiana Attorney and Cherokee Becca Riall discusses cultural identity and conflicts inherent in the comment “I’ve Never Met a Real Indian.” Featured artist is Detroit MI pop artist KENN. Musical selection is “Pacific View” from his “We …

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bloomingOUT – January 23, 2014

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bloomingOUT – January 16, 2014

Director of New York City’s Up2Us Center Megan Bartlett talks about the importance of sports and healthy youth, discrimination, education of coaches and creating a supportive environment for players, parents and coaching staff. FTM performer and author Scott Turner Schofield discusses his career, books and current gender related issues. Featured artist is Canadian singer-songwriter Jeffery Straker. Musical selection is “Somewhere …

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bloomingOUT – January 9, 2014

Activist, writer, blogger, public speaker Reverend Irene Monroe talks about the significance to the black queer community of Robin Robert’s’ coming out, how Martin Luther King might have reacted to homophobia and other related issues. Casting Producer for America’s Got Talent Andrew Ward discusses his career and interesting aspects of a major talent show like AGT as well as announcing …

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bloomingOUT – January 3, 2013

Native of England, Provincetown MA resident, singer/songwriter Zoe Lewis talks about her career, music, latest CDs, tours and musical scores.  Music selections are “This Skin” from her “A Cure for the Hiccups” CD; title track from “Rotary Phone” CD; and “When Dog Meets Wolf.”  Co-director of Bloomington Pride Film Festival Abby Henkel and volunteer Kyle Hayes stop by with further …

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bloomingOUT – January 2, 2014

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bloomingOUT – December 26, 2013

Special holiday edition that includes an interview with Helen Harrell by IU Journalism student Brittney Jackson about the history of the show. Two editions of Navajo Rainbow with Chair/Professor of Dine’ Studies at Navajo Technical University Wesley Thomas discussing two – spirit tradition and Navajo gender construction as well as the negative effects of western culture on native tradition and …

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bloomingOUT – December 19, 2013

Bloomington Pride Film Festival Co-Directors Abby Henkel and Sarah Perfetti provide information about this year’s event scheduled for 23-25 January 2014 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre. IU School of Public Health Professor Debra Herbenick and Michael discuss LGBTQIA issues related to family and personal interactions during the holidays on a new edition of Sexual Health Matters. Featured artist is singer/songwriter Bobby …

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bloomingOUT – December 12, 2013

Blogger, freelance writer, speaker and activist Reverend Irene Monroe discusses Nelson Mandela and changes effected by his leadership in Africa and the HIV AIDS epidemic in the black communities of the US and Africa. IU alum, former WFHB volunteer, Louisiana attorney and Cherokee Indian Becca Riall talks about some of the legal issues stemming from discrimination and cultural erosion faced …

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