To celebrate our 25th episode this week we are highlighting the life, work, accomplishments, criminal accusations, and death of Alan Turing. This incredible person changed history by pioneering some of the most used technology today and being a
In the episode Kay talks about transgender murders in 2020, Lisa talks about police brutality against LGBTQ+ people and what it could look like reallocating police funding, and Kirsten talks about writer, poet, and activist James Baldwin.
This week Lisa talks about how Black Trans Lives matter and about the police killing of Tony McDade, Kirsten talks about military anti-gay policies such as don't ask don't tell, and Kay talks about the Anti-gay leader of the Westboro baptist ch
This week Kirsten talks about Eli Stutzman Jr. the gay Amish Serial Killer, Kay talks about anti-LGBT zones happening now in Poland, and Lisa talks about Sally Ride the first female astronaut.
In today's Episode for Crime, Kay talks about the Orlando Night Club Shooting, Lisa talks about the Invention of Glaad, and Kirsten talks about Phyllis Lyon.
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On this week's episode, Kirsten talks about the history of Hate Crimes in San Diego, Kay talks about the Nail Bombings in the UK, and Lisa talks about Mercury, a young trans person, and their family support.
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Today for Crime Lisa talks about Conversion Therapy, For Moment Kirsten talks about Employees in Transition and the 1996 case PvS and Cornwall County Council, and Kay talks about the bisexual star Alan Cummings.
This week Kay talks about the Aids Epidemic, Lisa talks about the Kinsey Scale, and Kirsten talks about Karl Heinrich Ulrichs the first man to come out publically as gay.
Lisa talks about the crime the shooting of Rebecca White and Claudia Brenner on the Appalachian trail, Kirsten talks about the moment of Margaret Thatcher introduces Section 28 of the Local Government Act 1988 and the impact on LGBTQ+ youth, an
This week Kay talks about the murder of Damilola Taylor, Lisa talks about white parties, and Kirsten talks about the hidden story behind the man and his two partners who created wonder woman. William Marston, Elizabeth Marston, and Olive Byrne.
This week Kirsten Campbell talks about the drowning of Dr. George Duncan, Roger Jones, and gay rights in Australia for LGBT History Crime, for moment Kay McNellen talks about misconceptions in the ancient Greek cultural practice of pederasty an
This week Kay McNellen talks about the murder of Stacey Mitchell by a lesbian couple, Lisa Ritz talks about Doma (Defence of Marriage Act), and Kirsten Campbell talks about Michael Dillon a Physician and aspiring Buddhist monk who was the first
Kirsten talks about Gay people in the holocaust, Kay talks about Gay Publication Rights, and Lisa talks about the writer and poet Radclyffe Hall. Kirsten wants to apologize for not plugging in the soundboard so the sound is lower quality today,
In this week's episode Lisa talks about the Bisexual Drug Lord Griselda Blanco, Kirsten talks about the 1966 Sip-In from the Mattachine Society, and Kay talks about the poet Langston Hughes.
In this week's episode, Kay talks about Sodomy Law, Lisa shares Jodie Foster Coming out at the Golden Globes which sparks Kay, Lisa, and Kirsten to share their coming out stories, then Kirsten highlights Barbara Gittings the Mother of the LGBT
For this week's episode: For the crime, Lisa is talking about Harvey Milk. For a moment in history, Kirsten is talking about the Stonewall Riots. For our LGBTQ person highlight, Kay is talking about Audre Lorde.
For our first Episode Kay highlights the murder of Mathew Shepard for the Crime, Lisa talks about Billie Jean King vs Bobbie Rigs in 1973 Battle of the Sexes for Moment in History, and Kirsten talks about Bayard Rustin a gay black man who march
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