Marriage equality’s fashionably late arrival to the United States, reactions from some of the plaintiffs in the case and the LGBT community. Forgive the audio dropout in the middle. Of course I developed internet problems the first time I ever broadcast live =\
On this episode, the gaytheists have some fun with Jake Farr-Wharton (@JakeFarrWharton) and Nick Morgan-Moore (@nickmorganmoore) of The Imaginary Friends Show. We dissect some recent headlines and do our best to make light of what can otherwise be a pretty bleak situation.
The Gaytheists have a chat with Year Without God’s Ryan Bell about his journey from ministry as a Seventh Day Adventist Minister to atheism, and his work with PATH in serving the homeless.
Callie has a conversation with a new friend named Andre, who admitted at first that transgender people made him a little uncomfortable. So she decided to answer his questions!
The Gaytheists have a talk about the implications to the
LGBT community of Caitlyn Jenner’s coming out, and whether or not equality is enough.
We have a talk geared toward people who may be a tad on
the skeptical side when it comes to the issues LGBT people face.
The Gaytheists discuss the subject of coming out, both as
atheists and as LGBT. We have conversations with Dogma Debate’s Lydia Allan about coming out as atheist, and with Danielle Muscato, Communications Director of American Atheists about her experience coming out as trans.
We have an awesome talk with Seth, a gay ex Mormon, and
Kristen, a transgender ex Mormon about their experiences growing up in and eventually leaving the Mormon church.
The Gaytheists have a talk about what it means to be an
activist and the various ways we choose to make a difference in our communities.
This is our wrap up of ReasonCon 2015 and what it meant
to me and other queer folks who attended.